What is the Tech Conference?
Held at Harvard Business School for the past 22 years, the Tech Conference (formerly "Cyberposium") is the largest student-run MBA technology conference in the world. The conference facilitates an interactive network of current and future business leaders to engage in a provocative dialog about technology and its impact on business and society. The Tech Conference is organized entirely by current MBA students at Harvard Business School and is the primary campus event of the school’s Tech Club.
Who attends the Tech Conference?
Each year, the Tech Conference seeks to unite the community of present and future business leaders who share a common passion to deliver technology’s greatest promises. The conference draws some 1,000 attendees from the tech/media industries as well as the VC and startup communities. Participants include CEOs, CTOs, founders, entrepreneurs, Wall Street and technology analysts, a broad range of media and press representatives, and students from over 25 leading MBA programs around the world.
What is Tech Conference 23 all about?
How can autonomous transportation impact every sector of the economy? When will we be able to take vacations to the moon? What does the Pokemon Go phenomenon mean for the future of virtual reality?
On Saturday, September 16th, 2017, thought and business leaders who are shaping the future of these technologies will come together for a day of keynote speeches, panel discussions, technology demonstrations, and networking at the Tech Conference at Harvard Business School: “Hello, World!”
The goal of this year’s conference is to continue the tradition of bringing industry leaders to HBS not only whose past stories would inspire and educate, but who are leading organizations that will likely dominate the next decade in technology. This year’s speakers not only see the future; they are actively building it.
Find out about past conference speakers and events on our Wikipedia page.