Churchill Club: 19th Annual Top 10 Tech Trends
Wed. May 24, 2017, 5:30pm
5101 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara, CA 95054
What new trends will emerge in the next several years with the potential for explosive growth in about five years` time? Find out at one of the Churchill Club`s most anticipated events of the year: the 19th Annual Top 10 Tech Trends debate. Be sure to get your seat as we welcome some of the leading, and most opinionated, technology & business luminaries as they evaluate predictions for the years ahead. Our distinguished panel will rate and debate their top 10 trends. And our live audience of Silicon Valley`s best and brightest-all with opinions of your own-will be asked to agree or disagree.
Mike Abbott, Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Steve Jurvetson, Partner, DFJ
Megan Quinn, General Partner, Spark Capital Growth
Sarah Tavel, Partner, Greylock Partners
Hans Tung, Managing Partner, GGV Capital
MASTERS OF CEREMONIES:
Mike Perlis, President & CEO, Forbes
Rich Karlgaard, Publisher, Forbes
PLEASE NOTE: Nonmember price includes a one-year basic individual membership.
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Igniting Conversations to Encourage Innovation, Economic Growth and Societal Benefit
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like yourself—that ignites the kinds of conversations that lead to new
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Over the past
two-and-a-half decades, the Churchill Club has hosted industry and
government leaders and luminaries such as Marc Andreessen, Steve
Ballmer, Craig Barrett, Ursula Burns, John Chambers, Jim Clark, Bill
Clinton, Larry Ellison, Bill Gates, Andy Grove, William Hewlett, Arianna
Huffington, Bill Joy, Dean Kamen, John McCain, Scott McNealy, Lew
Platt, Eric Schmidt, and many more.
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became a symbol of class equality throughout the 19th and 20th
centuries. The bowler leveled the playing field and encouraged the free
exchange of ideas—exactly what we strive to do by igniting
“Without tradition, art is a flock of sheep without a shepherd. Without innovation, it is a corpse.” – Winston Churchill