Tech & Jazz & Startups to Have a Collision in The Big Easy
By Robert Cardworthy, Editor-in-Chief, PYVNTS.com
America’s fastest growing tech conference, with more than 20,000 attendees, and millions of business ideas including fintech is slated for early May in New Orleans. Collision attendees include 3,000 CEOs and other senior executives. About 4,500 companies will be represented from 110 countries.
It is an ultimate event, and best of all, it is sandwiched between two weekends of Jazz Fest.
Scheduled for May 2-4 at New Orleans at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.
Attendees include CEOs of both the world’s fastest growing startups and the world’s largest companies, alongside leading investors and media.
**Experiencing advertising: VR, experiential and more
**The hacker army protecting your data
**You just don't get me: Understanding millennials
**The anatomy of a malware attack: Past, present and future
**Facebook Messenger and bots
**The journey towards corporate monopolies: The evolution of browsing
**Open-source has changed how you run infrastructure
**The buying equation is broken
**Intelligent by design: Can cybersecurity cope with AI?
**The mobile platform war: How to be cohesive and coherent on mobile
Alexis Ohanian, Co-Founder Reddit
Karen Walker, CMO Cisco
Jessica Alba, Founder The Honest Company
Suzy Deering, CMO eBay
Stan Chudnovsky, Head of Product for Messenger Facebook
Wyclef Jean, Musician, Wyclef Jean
Ilia Papas, Founder & CTO Blue Apron
Jager McConnell, CEO Crunchbase
Travis Bogard, Global Head of Enterprise Uber
While the early bird specials are gone you can still sign up $978 per person and there is a tech startup $680 package for 3 people.
See You There!!!
Blog for Sunday, April 16, 2017