FORTUNE Brainstorm Tech Virtual
Brainstorm Tech is going virtual, and will bring together the top technology and media leaders, operators, entrepreneurs, innovators, and influencers for a dynamic exchange of ideas on the key issues that are shaping the future of business and technology.
FORTUNE Brainstorm Tech is going virtual.
Our our annual by-invitation-only meeting for leaders from FORTUNE 500 companies, the top emerging entrepreneurs of the tech world, and the most important investors who finance them will occur virtually on December 1-2. In two idea-packed, mind-expanding sessions, Brainstorm Tech will deliver fresh thinking, in-depth conversations, and networking opportunities to build top-level relationships.
For big companies, entrepreneurs, and investors alike, it’s essential to stay ahead of fast-breaking trends: becoming part of the Brainstorm Tech community can make the difference between finding a competitive edge or being disrupted into oblivion. 2019 Participants included Founders and CEOs David Baszucki of Roblox, Aicha Evans of Zoox, Beth Ford of Land O'Lakes, Margo Georgiadis of Ancestry, John Hanke of Niantic Inc., Jeffrey Katzenberg of WndrCo, Pam Kostka of All Raise, Ynon Kreiz of Mattel, Katrina Lake of StichFix, Othman Laraki of Color, Doug McMillon of Walmart, Sara Menker of GroIntelligence, James Siminoff of Ring, Meg Whitman of Quibi, and and Dominic Williams of DFINITY, as well as Dorian Daley, EVP and General Counsel, Oracle; Karen Francis DeGolia, Lead Director, Telenav; Arvind Krishna, Senior Vice President, Cloud and Cognitive Software, IBM; Maria Lensing, Vice President, Healthcare Solutions; Vincent Letteri, Managing Director, Private Equity & TMT Growth, KKR; Brandon Newell, Chair, Mobility Transformation Working Group, U.S. Marine Corps; Mark Mahaney, Managing Director, Internet, RBC Capital Markets; Tekedra Mawakana, Chief External Officer, Waymo; Alex Norstrom, Chief Premium Business Officer, Spotify; Hester Peirce, Commissioner, SEC; David Richter, Chief Business Officer, Lime; Ned Segal, CFO, Twitter; Richard Socher, Chief Scientist, Salesforce; Krysta Svore, Head, Quantum Architectures and Computation Group, Microsoft; Hans Tung, Managing Partner, GGV Capital.
Your Fortune Brainstorm Tech membership affords opportunities for learning, engaging, networking, and sharing initiatives. We encourage you to make full use of the member benefits outlined in this section.
Participation in ongoing community conversations with your fellow members
Participation in the virtual annual conference December 1-2.
Participation in the live annual conference July 12-14, 2021 in Aspen, Colorado
Community contact directory
Complimentary invitations, for you and executives from your company, to exclusive Fortune virtual events, including the Fortune Global Forum
Premium-level access across all Fortune media platforms
Brainstorm Tech annual membership is $8,500 and the membership fee must be received before the conference pass is issued or access is provided to member benefits.
For Speaker Suggestions:
To suggest a speaker for Brainstorm Tech, please send a short biography and a few paragraphs about their expertise to the email above. There are no exact deadlines for speaker submissions.
Membership at the 2020 FORTUNE Brainstorm Tech conference is by invitation only, and subject to approval. Registration is non-transferable. The registration fee of US $8,500 includes the complete program, scheduled meals, activities, and conference materials, as well as other member benefits. Participants are responsible for their own travel and hotel charges.
For Sponsorship Opportunities:
A limited number of corporate sponsorships are available. Please contact us for more information.
Elizabeth Parks and Monica Sembler
For Press Inquiries:
Alison Klooster, Senior Manager of Brand Communications, FORTUNE