Zoho Party

General | August 26, 2008 | 1 min read

To celebrate our Million User milestone (and to make an announcement – or two), we are hosting a party at the Office 2.0 Conference in San Francisco next week. We’d like to invite all Zoho Users and all attendees from the Office 2.0 Conference to this event.

Location:

Vitrine @ St. Regis (4th Floor)

125 3rd St

San Francisco CA

The party starts @ 6PM on Sep 4th. Our Millionth user Dean Detton from Prestige Home Automation will be joining us as well.

If you are attending the party, please take a few seconds to drop us a line. This will help us plan the event.

Do mark your calendar for Sep 4th from 6PM to 9PM. Looking forward to seeing you in person.

Here are some photos from our last year’s party.

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