Boston 2034: The Big Agenda for Our June 10 Innovation Conference
We’re just three weeks away from Xconomy’s biggest conference yet: Boston 2034, an all-day look at what it will take to keep New England on the front lines of innovation 20 years from now.
In a time of intense change, it’s a topic that will inspire some equally intense ideas and opinions. And we’re planning to air them out on June 10 in the heart of Boston’s Innovation District, at the Seaport World Trade Center.
If you’re one of those indecisive types who has been waiting to get your ticket, today is your day. We’ve just unveiled the detailed agenda for Boston 2034, which includes a mix of big-picture solo addresses, intimate one-on-one chats, freewheeling small-group discussions, and much more. There’s also plenty of time for networking and a closing reception to keep the discussion going.
You’ll have to head over to the Boston 2034 homepage for the full rundown, but I’ve already got a few favorites earmarked:
—TripAdvisor CEO Stephen Kaufer and Xconomy’s Greg Huang chatting about the future of the consumer Web in the mobile computing era
—A keynote talk from noted inventor Dean Kamen
—Four experts discussing how technology and society will work together in 2034, including Alfred Spector from Google, Rodney Brooks from Rethink Robotics, and moderator Kara Miller, host of WGBH’s Innovation Hub.
Make sure you get registered now to lock in the best price for this one-of-a-kind event—our Innovation Special tickets are only available through May 27, and offer more than $350 savings from the walk-in rate.
We’ll see you June 10.