Seattle 2035: Startups Share your Predictions for Free Admission

Thanks to our generous sponsors, Xconomy is able to provide complimentary tickets to a number of startups for the Seattle 2035 conference on October 30 at Northeastern University-Seattle. In exchange for these tickets, we’re asking entrepreneurs to share their predictions for how Seattle might look in decades to come.

We still have a few of these free tickets to give away. To reserve your complimentary ticket, simply email 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.

Remember, these tickets are reserved for companies less than three years old with 20 or fewer employees, and are 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 snag one with this offer. And, given the limited number of tickets, we ask that if you claim a ticket, please use it or let us know if you can’t.

It’s going to be a great day of stimulating conversation on how Seattle will maintain expand it’s role as a global innovation hub. We have brought together Seattle technology leaders including Leroy Hood, president of the Institute for Systems Biology; Tom Alberg, co-founder and managing director of Madrona Venture Group; Cynthia Tee, executive director of Ada Developers Academy; and Oren Etzioni, CEO of the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence. See the full speaker lineup and agenda for more information.

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.

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