You know you want to go.
So obey those instincts and come out to Xconomy’s Michigan 2031 forum Thursday evening at TechTown in downtown Detroit.
Since I’ve arrived in the area three months ago, I’ve seen firsthand the tremendous amount of innovation and initiative circulating in Michigan. What’s now needed is context, a thoughtful discussion that can bring meaning and foresight to the people, companies, and trends driving Michigan’s high tech economy.
To that end, Xconomy has assembled an all star cast of investors and entrepreneurs to envision Michigan twenty years from now. Will the state be a national leader in cleantech, as so many predict? Or will Michigan build lifescience or software clusters that rival Silicon Valley in California or Route 128 in Massachusetts?
Our speakers include Beringea co-founder Charlie Rothstein, Arboretum Ventures managing director Jan Garfinkle, Esperion Therapeutics CEO Roger Newton, tech entrepreneur Dug Song and others.
This is a conversation that you don’t want to miss. So grab your tickets and I’ll see you in Detroit Thursday night!