Tech Agenda 2015: The Details on Our 12/2 Innovation Conference

We’ve been hard at work recruiting speakers and putting together a power-packed program for our latest tech event in Boston, and we’re finally ready to show it off—just in time for you to save $100 off the regular ticket price.

We’re calling this conference The Tech Agenda 2015 because we believe the experts we’ve assembled will give you a world-class debriefing about the trends and issues that matter the most in some of the most important and innovative parts of the economy.

You’ll walk away from The Tech Agenda with the latest on-the-ground intelligence from people who are actually doing the work, from angel investing and digital security to cloud computing and consumer robotics. And we’ll end the day with a broad-looking set of predictions for what’s going to shape business, tech, and society in the year to come.

Consider it your unfair advantage whenever a buzzword-laden conversation springs up in that next meeting.

Viégas

Viégas

The companies and institutions represented speak for themselves: Fernanda Viégas from Google’s “Big Picture” data visualization group, Xerox CTO Sophie Vandebroek, and MIT tech transfer director Lita Nelsen will join the leaders of innovative startups like Ministry of Supply, Adelphic Mobile, and Threat Stack.

We’re very proud of the diverse viewpoints and backgrounds that this program represents, and don’t think you can find a better group of innovators under one roof anywhere in Boston.

Check out the whole agenda to find out exactly what you’ll be getting at this half-day affair, which begins just after lunchtime on Dec. 2 and includes plenty of time for networking and refreshments afterward.

As always, we have special ticket rates for you students and startup fiends out there. And our Saver Rate discount runs through Nov. 18, so you’d better register today.

We’ll see you at the Fidelity Center for Applied Technology in downtown Boston just after Thanksgiving—be ready to shake off those post-meal cobwebs and add a little brain food to your holidays.

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