NEW YORK, Oct. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Tomorrow Project, producers of Social Week, announced Banjo as the Official Mobile App of Social Week to help social professionals and press all over the world discover what people are saying and doing during Social Week events, meet ups, demos, dinners, and after parties. Attendees can use Banjo to find and connect with thought leaders, industry experts, press and investors at over 28 events during the weeklong conference in New York.
"I created Banjo so people would never miss an opportunity to connect with people important to them," said Banjo's Founder and CEO Damien Patton, "so the opportunity to connect social professionals at Social Week makes a lot of sense."
In the spirit of connecting people, the Social Week attendee who shares Banjo with the most friends during the conference will be crowned the King/Queen of Social Week and will receive free access to all 2012 Social Week events including the Pivot Conference. Download Banjo for FREE at http://ban.jo
Banjo's powerful technology creates a layer that sits atop the major social networks to create a location based "social-verse" of people and global activity. With Banjo you always have community around you and the ability to discover what is happening with the entire social community, not just your friends.
Banjo empowers people by giving everyone the ability to discover the world around them, whether that means their current location or anywhere in the world they want to be. If you ever want to be in two places at once you can with Banjo. Banjo is a FREE app and available on both the iPhone and Android.
About Social Week
Social Week, October 16-23, 2011, in New York City, is packed with best-of-breed Social media events. Social Week will become the central event experience for Social professionals, the one place and one time where companies, thought leaders, influential press and investors can all get the greatest amount of the most important work done, a nexus for influence, relationship building, information exchange and outreach.