BOSTON, MA--(Marketwire - Jul 6, 2011) - TECHmunch -- the traveling food blogger conference produced by BakeSpace.com -- will make its Boston debut on Sunday, July 24th at Boston University (School of Hospitality Administration, 928 Commonwealth Ave.).
The day-long TECHmunch Boston conference will provide Beantown food bloggers with the information they need to create great content, build a loyal audience and turn their passion into profit. It will feature some of the region's most accomplished culinary and digital media experts, each focused on sharing insider tools and tactics.
Like previous TECHmunch conferences in other cities, the format will be fast-paced, no-nonsense and dedicated entirely to making food blogging an even more deliciously rewarding experience.
A full agenda and list of speakers is available at: http://techmunch.bakespace.com/techmunch-boston-agenda/
"Boston is home to an amazingly passionate community of food bloggers, and our goal is to give them the tools they need to take their passion to the next level," said BakeSpace.com Founder and TECHmunch Producer Babette Pepaj. "We're bringing TECHmunch to Boston so local food bloggers don't have to travel far and spend a fortune to attend a conference all their own."
Tickets for TECHmunch Boston may be purchased at: http://tmboston2011.eventbrite.com/
Local production support for TECHmunch Boston is provided by Hillary Allard of the Castle Group (www.thecastlegrp.com). TECHmunch Boston is sponsored by KitchenAid (www.kitchenaid.com) and cookbook publisher The Harvard Common Press (www.hcpdishes.com).
TECHmunch is a series of conferences held in cities across the U.S. to help food bloggers learn the hands-on skills they need to make their blogs more personally and professionally rewarding. TECHmunch was created by BakeSpace.com Founder Babette Pepaj, who serves as conference producer. More information is available at http://techmunch.bakespace.com. Also connect with TECHmunch on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TECHmunch and on Twitter via hashtag #TECHmunch.
Launched in 2006 as the Web's first food social network and recipe swap, BakeSpace.com is a grassroots community for people who love to cook, bake and hang out in the kitchen. The site has been recognized by the Webby Awards for five consecutive years, earning back-to-back Webby Award nominations in 2009 and 2010 for Best Social Network. Most recently, the site received triple 2011 Webby Award honors in the Community, Lifestyle and Social Media categories. BakeSpace.com has been described by USA Today as "the closest thing to a Facebook-like food site." Members range from teenagers just beginning to explore the culinary lifestyle to great grandparents who want to share and preserve their treasured family recipes. BakeSpace.com is based in Los Angeles. www.BakeSpace.com.