Ponoko CEO David ten Have to speak at this week’s World Conference on Mass Customization, Personalization, and Co-Creation

also known as #MCPC2011

The bi-annual MCPC conference will take place this week in San Francisco. This multi-day, multi-track conference attracts entrepreneurs, academics, designers, and top players in the burgeoning business-meets-tech field of mass customization / personalization / co-creation.

Business seminars will run through Nov 16—17, and a Research & Innovation conference will run through Nov 18—19.

Ponoko CEO David ten Have will be presenting his talk, Building the World’s Easiest Making System, on Wednesday afternoon as part of The Future of Mass Customization: The New Open Manufacturing System.

Other speakers include mass-co guru Frank Pillar; exec vp of Materialise, Wim Michiels; director of P&G’s Connect+Develop, Ashish Chatterjee; Quirky’s head of engineering, John Jacobsen; CEO of TechShop, Mark Hatch; Jeff & Bobby Beaver, the founders of Zazzle; and a bazillion other game-changers from CEOs of promising start-ups to successful VCs.

Registrations for the conference are still being accepted. But if you don’t have a corporate account to charge it to, you can follow the action on twitter: #mcpc2011

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