Web 2.0 Conference.
 Octover 5-7, 2004, Hotel Nikko, San Francisco, CA.

Speaker

Andrew Conru

CEO Andrew Conru founded the FriendFinder Network in 1996, just as the world was awakening to the Internet revolution. His primary goal was to harness the power of the Net to help people around the world develop and nurture fulfilling relationships.

A cyberspace pioneer, Andrew is one of the first "netrepreneurs," founding more than 25 online advertising and software companies. These early e-commerce ventures include W3, Inc., which was the first company to develop commercial software for membership management, and Adknowledge, which developed centralized web-based advertising. Other companies founded by Andrew include StudyOnline, the Web Personals, and the Dine.com Restaurant Guide Network.

Andrew holds a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering design from Stanford University, with bachelor degrees in economics from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and mechanical engineering from the University of Minnesota.

  Andrew Conru


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PayPal Developer Network
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Overture Services, Inc.
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AT&T - The world's networking  company
Business.com
StreamCast Networks™
Google
Rojo Networks Inc.
Schematic
Yahoo!
eBay Developers Program
Quova, Inc.



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Open Source Technology Group (OSTG)
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I Want Media
Safari Books Online
InfoWorld
Business 2.0


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