Joining Boston 2034 on 6/10: Rob Go, Geoff Chapin, Kara Miller, & More

5/15/14Follow @gthuang

We are busy finalizing the agenda for Boston 2034, our biggest conference to date. The theme of the day is to look out 20 years and think about what it will take to build the innovation city of the future.

It’s all happening on Tuesday, June 10, at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston. We’re expecting a packed house, but you can still snag a ticket here (see special rates for students and startups).

We’re also looking for a few good volunteers to help staff the event. If you’re interested, please write to events@xconomy.com and tell us why you’re a good fit for the conference.

Here are a few of the new speakers we’ve added recently:

Rob Go, partner at NextView Ventures. One of the young stars of the local VC scene. He’ll join up with Founder Collective’s Eric Paley and Techstars Boston’s Semyon Dukach for a look at the early-stage investing climate and the next wave of tech startups.

Geoff Chapin, founder and CEO of Next Step Living. This home energy-efficiency startup is one of the fastest-growing companies in all of New England. A great example of local innovation, global impact.

Kenan Sahin, founder, president, and CTO of TIAX, and interim president of battery spinoff CAMX Power. He will join a distinguished group of leaders to talk about the future of energy and transportation.

Kara Miller, host of Innovation Hub, a national radio program based at WGBH in Boston. She’ll lead an interactive discussion and audience Q&A with our innovation luminaries, to close the whole show.

We’re also working on adding some more young startups and interactive elements to the program. Stay tuned for the full agenda, and see you on June 10…

Gregory T. Huang is Xconomy's Deputy Editor, National IT Editor, and the Editor of Xconomy Boston. You can e-mail him at gthuang@xconomy.com. Follow @gthuang

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