BizTechDay and The American Cancer Society are joiningforces to create awareness for the fight against cancer within the entrepreneur community. For each full value ticket sold to BizTechDay Seattle 2010, $100 will be donated to The American Cancer Society.

“The American Cancer Society’s dedicate these funds to the fight against cancer and creating a world with more birthdays. It is important as entrepreneurs and members of the business community to give back and support the fight against cancer,” said Edith Yeung, Executive Producer of BizTechDay.

BizTechDay is a conference which brings innovative and scalable ideas to business leaders and entrepreneurs. It is an intensive one-day conference where attendees meet to inspire and be inspired by one another.

Originated in San Francisco in 2008, BizTechDay had a goal of bringing together amazing entrepreneurs to share their experiences creating and growing businesses. Since its inception, it has grown nationwide to Seattle and New York with the same goal; to connect, inspire and learn from one other.

“We are honored by this generosity and excited to be part of the Seattle entrepreneur community,” said Danielle Anderson of The American Cancer Society.

Emmy-award winning TV news anchor and reporter, Bill Wixey, who will be one of the speakers for BizTechDay Seattle said, “I am excited to be a part of this event. The lineup of speakers is phenomenal, and the chance to help a great cause like the American Cancer Society, is an added bonus.”

BizTechDay conferences attracts business icons, renowned thought leaders, 1,500 inspired business leaders, and entrepreneurs to come together at three separate events across the nation. The events will feature business icons such as Seth Godin, Clay Shirky, Jessica Jackley, Joan Barnes, Colleen McCreary, Megan Casey and many more dynamic leaders.

About BizTechDay
BizTechDay conference brings innovative and scalable ideas to entrepreneurs. For more information, please visit

About The American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society saves lives and creates more birthdays by helping people stay well, helping people get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back. Contact the Society at 1.800.227.2345 or

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