After a flurry of last-minute registrations, the Enterprise 2.0 Executive Forum, which is on tomorrow, is now chocka-block, with no more space available in the room. This keeps us at a 100% record for our events selling out (i.e. our Future of Media Summits and Web 2.0 in Australia ).
Given that other events on related topics are struggling or even being cancelled, this seems to show that people appreciate the difference between A. a participatory executive-level event; and B. a formulaic sequence-of-talking-heads-in-a-dark-room type of event that most event organizers seem to think still works.
It also shows that the topic of Enterprise 2.0 is considered to be of pressing relevance today, which supports my (and others’) contention that 2008 will be the year of Enterprise 2.0.