Top Silicon Valley Biz Events for 2018
Top business coaches recommend that professionals attend a minimum of four industry events each year to stay on top of changes in business. Where to go that’s relevant and still convenient?
Fortunately, living in Silicon Valley, you’ve got access to top conferences that feature leading thinkers and entrepreneurs. Below is a list of some unique professional events in the region to fill your calendar.
Udacity Intersect 2018
March 27, 2018
Computer History Museum, Mountain View
Taking place at the always-fun Computer History Museum, Udacity’s Intersect conference is a day-long event celebrating lifelong learning. Attendees will hear from inspiring leaders on professional development and engage with world-class companies looking for talent. You’ll also gain insight on what career-paths are growing and creating the most opportunities.
Women’s Leadership Conference & Women’s Hall of Fame
March 24, 2018
Cañada College, Redwood City
Presented by San Mateo County Commission on the Status of Women, this full-day conference offers a unique perspective on women’s leadership. If you’re seeking to create change and develop more women leaders in the workplace, government, start-ups and other sectors of society, this event might be for you.
The Startup Conference
Fox Theatre, Redwood City
This is the place to meet the right people. From learning how to pitch VCs and finding co-founders to launching your product to the press, the Startup Conference welcomes 2,000 entrepreneurs. If the names Guy Kawasaki or Tim Draper mean anything to you, click register now.
SOCAP-18/Social Capital Markets
October 23-26, 2018 Fort Mason, San Francisco
Boasting a speakers list that includes such top names as Adam Werbach and Van Jones, SOCAP is on the cutting edge of compassionate capitalism. The intersection of “money and meaning” brings together hundreds of the world’s most disruptive thinkers. Register early, as SOCAP sells out.
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