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Biggerplate Unplugged San Francisco

The dust has barely settled on Biggerplate Unplugged in Utrecht, and already we're preparing for the next mind map conference!

Momentum is the key to everything we do, and with that in mind, we're delighted to announce that tickets are now available for Biggerplate Unplugged in San Francisco, which will take place on 20 March 2014!!!

We could not be more excited to come to the US early next year, and the timing could not be better as we look to build upon a great series of events in Europe over the last nine months!

The discussions and insights shared at our events in London, Paris, and Utrecht have been truly eye-opening, and have already been the catalyst for some dramatic innovation at Biggerplate, most notably our recent acquisition of Mappio.com, and the creation of our new mind map trainer directory - both of which were in direct response to feedback and ideas that were shared at Biggerplate Unplugged events.

The time is right to bring the series across the Atlantic, and engage with the fantastic community of mappers in the US; many of whom have been discussing and hoping for a mind map conference for many years. I hope, and expect, that we will see a wonderful mixture of people when we gather on March 20th, including some well-known names and faces from the mind mapping world, as well as lots of new people, who we will be just as interested to learn from!

I encourage you to get in quick on this one, as the registered interest list exceed the room capacity pretty quick, and we expect tickets to sell fast, especially once we start revealing our speakers and agenda for the day, which is already looking fantastic!

I cannot wait to see as many of you as possible when we meet for Biggerplate Unplugged San Francisco... it is going to be awesome!

Liam Hughes
Founder: Biggerplate

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Liam is the founder of Biggerplate.com, and tries (with varying success) to write about key projects and progress at Biggerplate, as well as the wider world of mind mapping and our place within it.
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