Reservations also are being taken for rooms at the Golden Gateway Hotel, the site of the show.
"We have received a lot of positive feedback from the industry about our decision to move Cybernet Expo to San Francisco, and I get asked regularly about how and when to register," said Connor Young, president of YNOT Network, which owns and operates Cybernet Expo. "The 'when' part is right now, and the 'how' is online at [the] Cybernet Expo website. Attendees who register before April 15 will get a significant discount in their registration fees."
The price for early-bird registration is $129, $70 less than on-site registration.
Rooms at the Golden Gateway Hotel are available for as little as $169 per night.
"It's always a good idea to get your room booked early," said LAJ, director of operations for Cybernet Expo. "This way, you know you have your room set aside in advance before our room blocks are completely booked up, and you get first pick at options like smoking or non-smoking rooms, number of beds, the best panoramic views of San Francisco and floor level.
"We made it a priority to keep hotel costs as low as possible for attendees, which means better [return on investment] for everyone who participates."