End Your Year Right: Xconomy’s Tech Agenda 2015, Dec. 2

Tech Agenda Fixed
Curt Woodward

If the cooler days and earlier sunsets weren’t enough of a clue, the flurry of tech-company product announcements should really seal the deal: time is running out on 2014. And if you’re not careful, it’s easy to wind up with a headful of spin, hype, and just plain nonsense.

We’re here to help. On Dec. 2, Xconomy is convening an all-star group of experts from the most dynamic sectors of the economy to deliver a bottom-line, must-have review of the year in innovation.

They’ll also deliver big, bold predictions for the most important trends and changes in the year to come. It’s Xconomy’s Tech Agenda 2015, hosted at the Fidelity Center for Applied Technology in Boston.

This afternoon forum will showcase the diversity and depth of new ideas taking root in robotics, research and development, digital media, venture investing, e-commerce, and more. We’re putting a premium on no-nonsense speakers who can cut through the conventional wisdom to give you a clear picture of what really matters in innovation. And, like all of our events, we’ll pack it with plenty of interactivity, discussion, and networking to make sure you’re involved.

You’ll want to get your tickets now to lock in the best prices possible for this event, which will feature discussion from:

Sophie Vandebroek, CTO, Xerox; President, Xerox Innovation Group
Helen Greiner, CEO, CyPhy Works; Co-founder, iRobot
Lita Nelsen, Director, MIT Technology Licensing Office
Ellen M. Brezniak, SVP, Constant Contact
Dayna Grayson, Partner, NEA
Maia Heymann, Senior Managing Director, CommonAngels
Kit Hickey, Co-founder, Ministry of Supply
Paula Long, CEO, DataGravity
Jennifer Lum, Co-founder, Adelphic Mobile
Marilyn Matz, CEO, Paradigm4; Co-founder, Cognex
Kara Miller, Host and Executive Editor, Innovation Hub, WGBH
Diane Mulcahy, Senior Fellow, Kauffman Foundation
Christine Perkett, CEO and Founder, SeeDepth
Jules Pieri, Co-founder and CEO, The Grommet
Antoinette Schoar, Professor of Entrepreneurial Finance, MIT
Susan Hunt Stevens, Founder and CEO, WeSpire

We’ll be adding more speakers to this already power-packed lineup. But really, why wait? Register today, and we’ll see you Dec. 2.




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