Join us at the GeekWire Summit, the Pacific Northwest’s top tech conference, for two days of insights and inspiration from leaders in technology, science and business — plus surprises, great parties and the best networking in town.
Don’t wait! The GeekWire Summit is less than two weeks away, on Oct. 1 and 2 in Seattle, and tickets are going fast. Purchase yours here today, or sign up a group to get special rates. So what’s in store? Here are a few of the highlights.
New York Times reporter David Streitfeld, co-author of the newspaper’s widely read report on Amazon, moderates a panel on lessons learned from the technology giant, featuring a slate of former Amazon executives and managers.
Xbox chief Phil Spencer joins us for an on-stage interview about the video-game console business, the challenges ahead for the Xbox and the innovations on the horizon in the ultra-competitive video game business.
Seattle investor Greg Gottesman reveals what’s in the works from his new venture, Pioneer Square Labs.
500 Startups Founder Dave McClure joins Brady Forrest of the Highway1 hardware incubator to share insights into the world of startups and investing, talk about their new SyFy show “Bazillion Dollar Club,” and field pitches from three lucky startups.
Nike COO Eric Sprunk shares insights into technology, sports and the company’s transformation into an innovation powerhouse.
Back by popular demand, and bigger than ever: “Inventions We Love” — on-stage demos of our favorite, cutting-edge hardware innovations.
Also hear from Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff, Concur President Elena Donio and CEO Steve Singh; Redfin CTO Bridget Frey, investor and activist Nick Hanauer; award-winning science fiction writer Nancy Kress; former NASA astronaut and Sentinel Mission founder Ed Lu; DocuSign founder Tom Gonser; Glassdoor CEO Robert Hohman; and many others.
— GeekWire co-founders John Cook and Todd Bishop