In case you missed your chance to present at O’Reilly’s Web 2.0 Expo, which wrapped up last week in San Francisco, Kevin Werbach’s Supernova conference is gearing up for its own launch on June 20-22 at the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco under the theme Defining the New Network.
There is just one week left to submit your company for consideration for the Connected Innovators program, which is being co-sponsored by TechCrunch to spotlight the companies most likely to make a significant impact on the connected future of the Web. Twelve buzzworthy companies will have the opportunity to deliver on-stage presentations during a Supernova general session on June 21. TechCrunch will provide coverage of the presentations. The company submission form, along with additional details on selection criteria, marketing benefits and program features are available here. The submission deadline is April 27.
Last year’s presenting companies include: Attensa, Ether, Lifeio, Netvibes, PostApp, PROTOMOBL, Sharpcast, SoonR, StumbleUpon, Vpod.tv, Webaroo and Zixxo.
As a reminder, SuperNova has extended a $200 registration discount to TechCrunch readers through May 11. Register using “crunch2e” for the two-day main conference or “crunch3e” for the full conference.