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Food Blogger Connect 2010 and a new layout

When I first read about Food Blogger Connect 2009, sadly it was just the day before their meeting, so I couldn’t reach London in time and enjoy one of the most exciting foodblogger event in the world… Since that day, I kept on looking at the blog very often (OK, almost every day, I reckon) to learn about the next meeting, until a few days ago the Food Blogger Connect 2010 was announced and finally was possible to register to the event.

I’ve already booked the ticket for the Saturday Session (breakfast, BBQ lunch, breaks, afternoon tea, cocktail hour) and I’m actually thinking about Sunday (brunch, prop swap, awards, prizes, closing). I’ll be in London with Jasmine and Manuel from Labna, to represent Italy! I must admit: I’m counting down the days, it would be a dream to share such an experience with some of the most amazing foodbloggers in the world – just have a look at the speakers to have an idea!).

Before giving you lots of details about Food Blogger Connect 2010, just let mo say how proud I am of my new blog layout: a HUGE THANK YOU to Kia, who designed it for me, with creativity, elegance and.. patience! You rock girl! It seems that my new life has just begun!

Here some info about Food Blogger Connect 2010!

Food Blogger Connect 2010 will take place on June 4th, 5th & 6th in London. You don’t want to miss it!
Click here and you’ll discover who will be speaking, the gorgeous venues, the itinerary and other relevant information. You will notice that the cost has gone up from last year as you will also notice there is so much more on offer! Dinner, breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, BBQ, blind folded wine tasting, cocktails and brunch are all offered before, after and in between the information-packed workshops and roundtables. There will be prop swaps, awards and many prizes like cupcake decorating classes from Bea’s of Bloomsbury worth over £100 each! And if you thought last year’s goodie bags were outa-this-world, then baby you’ve seen nothing yet!
Spreading FBC out over Friday, Saturday and Sunday allows you all the chance to actively participate in ways we couldn’t last year – not only hands-on workshops, but Q & A during and after each discussion. We will all have loads of time over the three days to meet, get to know each other, exchange, share, network. For everyone’s convenience we have been able to break down the event into three days so you can attend what and when you like – just one day or two or the whole weekend.
For some of you who attended last year’s event, you’ll know first hand how, even in one short day, we all learned so much and how much fun we had meeting and getting to know each other. Now just think of that but times three! You don’t need to look twice at the itinerary to know that you are going to come out more prepared and inspired than ever to turn your blog into an even bigger success, whatever your vision!
You’ll need to hurry as registration is open and tickets are selling fast! Space is limited (we want to keep it intimate) so make that decision quick! Got a question? Drop us a line on the FBC blog or email info@foodbloggerconnect.com.
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  1. I’m looking fwd to the event!! Only 77 days to go! 🙂
    Manuel and I are checking cheap hostels and similar places near High Kensington 4 our accomodation: I’m writing down a list, so when it’s ready we can share it and maybe decide together where to stay.
    Cheers!
    J.

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