Carving out time to really ponder the future of our technology landscape can be touch, but it can also be incredibly valuable. And if that time is spent with some of the world’s great innovators, technologists, and investors, all the better.
That’s just the opportunity you’ll have at Xconomy’s invitation-only Napa Summit on May 16-17. Now in its fifth year, the summit brings together an array of leading innovators, some vastly experienced, others up and coming at the helm of promising new startups.
And what a lineup we have this year. Keynote speakers include Facebook’s Mary Lou Jepsen; John Maeda, the former president of the Rhode Island School of Design who is now designer partner at Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield, and Byers; computing guru Danny Hills; and investor and visionary Esther Dyson. We also have incredible sessions on the transformation of medicine, China, virtual reality, gene editing, the commercialization of space, artificial intelligence, and the future of food, among others.
You can view the full agenda here. But you must have an invite to attend this event, so request yours now. There is less than three weeks remaining before the event, so you should act quickly.
Registration is $1,595, which includes the dinner at Silver Oak, and breakfast, lunch, and reception at the Villagio Inn and Spa—and we have discounts for startups and government/non-profits (lodging and travel are separate).
And this year, if time and budget are limited, you can skip the dinner at Silver Oak and attend only the event itself. The price for this Tuesday Only ticket is just $995, and again we have discounts for startups and government/non-profits.
More details can be found on our event site. We have limited space available for this invitation-only event—so request your invitation now by writing to Napa2016@xconomy.com and telling us a little bit about yourself.