In this blog, I’m giving a list of interesting events like conferences, summits and trade shows in 2017 and also 2018. I hope that you will find this useful and feel free to contact should you need some additional advice.
Singularity University Global Summit August 13-15 in San Francisco
Meet and hear from some of the world’s leading executives, scientists, and technologists. Share a space with more than 1,000 of the world’s brightest, most influential and forward-thinking leaders for three days. Learn about the latest advancements in tech, including how AI, VR, robotics, and neuroscience are shifting the playing fields of corporate innovation, entrepreneurship (with a new Startup Track), transportation, media, infrastructure, and government.
G-Startup Silicon Valley September 14 in San Francisco
10 high potential startups will pitch some of the world’s best VC’s and tech leaders including Founder of Didi, CTO of Alibaba. The Top 10 will pitch for a $50,000 investment and the last coveted spot in the Global Final at Cross-Border Venture Summit. Each of the Top 10 startups will receive a minimum of $10,000 investment. Apply before 8/14.
Bank Customer Experience Summit September 18-20 in Chicago
Millennials and other digitally minded consumers are forcing banks to rethink the way they do business. Bank Customer Experience Summit will explore these trends and how innovative financial institutions are responding to the challenge.
Managing the Gig Economy Conference October 10 in London
Successfully navigating the legal, tax and HR implications of the gig economy. A unique one-day conference exploring all of the most pressing aspects of the rapidly evolving on-demand sector.
Irrational Economic Summit October 12-14 in Nashville
Meet some of the world’s greatest thinkers and economists to help you make sense of all that is going on in our world. You will get an update on forecasts for the markets, gold and commodities, global economies, emerging markets, and the demographic cliff that’s either ahead for many countries, or that’s already rattling economies around the world.
Space Tech Expo Europe October 24-26 in Bremen, Germany
The free-to-attend Space Tech Expo & Conference is Europe’s meeting place for space business, technology & innovation. The three-day trade fair will showcase the latest from technical designers, sub-system suppliers, manufacturers and components through the systems integrators for civil, military and commercial space.
New Space Europe November 16-17 in Luxembourg
NewSpace Europe is the first space conference in Europe to focus solely on the newspace industry and the economic opportunity of space. Hosted by The Ministry of the Economy of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg in Luxembourg City, NewSpace Europe will center around the theme “New Frontiers of Opportunity” highlighting the exponential growth of the space ecosystem, critical to creating a sustainable space economy across the world. Through engaging conference sessions and unique networking opportunities, participants will have the opportunity to discover and align with the people, technologies and ideas from across space and other diverse markets that are shaping and leading the industry.
Wealth Summit November 17-18 in Park City, Utah
It’s hard to believe it’s been nearly 10 years since The Great Recession began. And while there were hard times, the truth is that we have it easy today. Borrowing money is still cheap. The stock market is on steroids. And the only thing that’s certain is that change is coming.
So what will happen as we enter a new era of personal finance?
Will you be prepared? Will your finances be in order? Or will you have to work another 10 years longer because your flawed financial plan was market-dependant — and it missed the mark.
Learn about Wealth Factory’s formula for Economic Independence. Their system for manufacturing and accelerating Economic Independence, no matter what the markets do, and what’s new for 2017, 2018, and beyond.
Collision April 30 – May 3 in New Orleans
Collision is “America’s fastest growing tech conference” created by the team behind Web Summit. In three years, Collision has grown to almost 20,000 attendees from 119 countries. Attendees include CEOs of both the world’s fastest growing startups and the world’s largest companies, alongside leading investors and media.