Techonomy is not a tech conference. It’s not a policy conference. It’s not a futurists conference. It’s an immersive retreat where leaders exchange ideas, build collaborations, and forge the future.
Techonomy is focused on technology and business, which we see as the twin drivers of the future, for good or for bad. The three-day retreat in the Sonoma Valley wine region in California brings together influential voices from a variety of worlds for a no-holds-barred conversation about how Innovation and technology have the power to save us – if we act rapidly in multiple realms. We face daunting dilemmas – the climate crisis, war, a continuing global pandemic, refugees, and gyrating economies. But there is hope. Luckily, tech and science are advancing rapidly. Yet tech also contributes to societal divisions, and skeptics dare techno-optimists to prove them wrong. Techonomy 2022 takes that challenge. It will forefront progress and collaboration more urgently than ever.
Who should attend?
- Anybody responsible for their company’s strategy
- Anybody leading a company challenging the status quo
- Anybody who thinks business should have a positive impact on the big issues of our day
- Anybody who cares about the future of work
- Anybody who is concerned about the impact of emerging technologies
- Anybody leading a digital transformation team
- Anybody who cares about regulation, pro or con
- Anybody who thinks “purpose” is good for business
In other words, the people determining what the immediate future will hold in their business, in their community, and in society.
The event is purposely kept small so attendees, speakers, and media can all get to know one another. The conversation is not simply from the stage, but between everybody who attends. As a result, it’s a unique opportunity to get an array of perspectives, build your brand, and to do business.
But don’t take our word for it. Listen to John Chambers, the former CEO and Chairman of Cisco: “I’ve gotten more benefit from attending Techonomy than from any other conference in recent years.”