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The 2012 SharpBrains Virtual Summit Continues…

“Third time’s the charm”…this is being our best Summit, content and technology-wise, so THANK YOU to all participants for excellent talks, questions and discussions last week. We hope you enjoyed the sessions as much as we did!

Please remember that the SharpBrains Virtual Summit continues this week:

Expo On Wednesday: we will send you an email with the URL to join the Expo Day, where five Summit Sponsors (Brain Resource, Advanced Brain Technologies, Bracket, the Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation and AboutMyBrain) will showcase their latest projects and solutions. We have also scheduled another session of Watercooler Chats on Wednesday so you can discuss and connect with other participants.

Workshops On Thursday: we will send you an email with the URL to join the Educational Workshops where pioneers in four different settings (school, rehab center, retirement community, consumer education) will discuss emerging best practices in the “real world.”

Make sure to check out the Agenda for June 13-14th HERE. Looking forward to continuing the conversation!

Twit­ter: you can fol­low us here. Offi­cial Twit­ter hash­tag: #svs12

Registered Participants will receive further instructions via email. Reg­is­tra­tion is now closed. If you didn’t reg­is­ter, and want to be noti­fied when Sum­mit record­ings can be ordered, please sub­scribe to our eNewslet­ter.

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