Startups: Make a Prediction and Win a Ticket to Seattle 2035 on Oct. 30

We are less than three weeks away from Seattle 2035, and we’re excited to announce that we have a block of 25 complimentary startup tickets to give to entrepreneurs building the future of Seattle.

Our goal with Seattle 2035 is to explore ways the city and region can maintain and expand it’s role in global innovation. We have an outstanding lineup of speakers confirmed, including Glenn Kelman, CEO of Redfin; Leroy Hood, President of Institute for Systems Biology; Kieran Snyder, co-founder and CEO of Textio; Tom Alberg, co-founder and Managing Director of Madrona Venture Group; and Oren Etzioni, CEO of the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence.

Check out the full agenda and speaker list here.

Want to snag one of these free tickets? E-mail events@xconomy.com with the following information:
—Name, Title, Company
—A brief description of what you think Seattle or your industry will look like in 2035

This promotion is for startups less than three years old that have fewer than 20 employees, and is for new registrations—if you already have a ticket, it cannot be exchanged for a free one, but hopefully you have a friend or colleague who can claim one. What’s the catch? We may use your response in future news stories. And, we ask that if you claim a ticket, you show up (or let us know if you can’t).

A big thank you to our event host, Northeastern University-Seattle, our platinum sponsors: Northeastern University-Seattle and Seattle Children’s Research Institute, and our silver sponsors: Fenwick and West and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Thanks as well to our national sponsor, Alexandria Real Estate Equities.

We hope to see you on October 30 at Northeastern University-Seattle!

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