mesh digital conference  returns to Toronto’s Allstream Centre on May 15th and 16th, and will showcase thought leading conversations between people who share a passion for Web and digital innovation. The two-day conference features four highly anticipated keynote speakers who will talk about the Web’s impact on work, education, brand journalism and media.
- JP Rangaswami (Salesforce)
- Ryan Carson (Treehouse)
- Kyle Monson (Knock Twice
- Josh Benton (Nieman Journalism Lab)
“mesh continues to be the place to get valuable insight about the Web’s impact,” said Mark Evans, one of mesh’s co-founders. “Finance, money, design, education, content marketing and even 3D printing are some of the hot button topics being discussed this year by a great group of speakers.”
mesh’s keynotes and panel discussions are focused on topics including:
- The Evolution of Education
- Rethinking the Value of Online Readership: The Future of Journalism
- The Battle for Control of the Web
- Social media optimization
- The Future of Money
- How TV content is created and consumed
mesh13 offers an unparalleled opportunity to meet digital enthusiasts, and it marks the second edition of its popular Hosted Startup Program. The program has been made possible by sponsors such as Visa Canada, Ernst & Young, Rackspace and Wildeboer Dellelce.
The program is a scholarship that lets mesh organizers give back to the community by providing future digital leaders the opportunity to attend the conference, expand their network and discuss their start-up ideas.
For those interested in a more hands on and interactive experience, mesh13 is also hosting Demo Alley; an exciting space where 20 start-ups will be given the opportunity to showcase their products to early adopters and enthusiasts attending the conference.
Pre-registration  is available until May 3, 2013, while one-day tickets can be purchased for $399.