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Saver Rate Ends Today: Houston 2035, the Innovative City of the Future

Xconomy Texas — 

Don’t wait: Today marks the end of our Saver rate for Houston 2035, a look at the innovative Houston in decades to come.

Register today and receive $120 off the regular registration rate of $295 for one of Xconomy’s premier events, which will take place at TMCx at the Texas Medical Center on May 21. The daylong conference is spotlighting some of the city’s leading entrepreneurs, innovators, executives, and thinkers on the role Houston will play in innovation through life sciences, energy, education, and more—as well as featuring some tremendous out of town visionaries.

Of course, we still have complimentary tickets for startups, thanks to our generous sponsors. To see more of the agenda, click here. Among the speakers we have gathered include Kirk Coburn, founder of Surge Ventures, and Rice University’s Naomi Halas, who will speak on nanotechnology and energy; former astronaut Bonnie Dunbar from the University of Houston, and a leading STEM educator; and the Houston Angel Network’s Juliana Garaizar and Charles Tate of CRG on Houston’s investment community. Other local luminaries include John Holcomb, at the University of Texas in Houston, and Ferran Prat with MD Anderson’s strategic industry ventures.

And those are just the locals. Among our out-of-town speakers include:

  • Sue Siegel at GE Ventures & healthymagination.
  • Bill Aulet with the MIT Trust Center for Entrepreneurship.
  • Andrew Salkin of the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities initiative.

It will be a day of stimulating discussion and conversation. Again, get your tickets here before the Saver rate ends. We hope you’ll join us!