What is the Tech Conference?
Held at Harvard Business School for the past 25 years, the Tech Conference 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 Conference utilizes a mixture of Panels, Keynote speakers, Fireside Chats, and Live Demos to explore different aspects of technology.
Who attends the Tech Conference?
The conference draws more than 1,000 attendees from across technology as well as the VC and start-up communities. Participants include CEOs, CTOs, founders, entrepreneurs, Wall Street and technology analysts, media and press representatives, and students from over 25 leading MBA programs around the world.
What is Tech Conference 25 all about?
Iteration: Shaping the Next Decade
Technology is changing the way we live and work faster than ever before. Over the last decade, the world witnessed disruption in most major industries, and almost 90% of American adults will have a smartphone by 2020. While many of these changes improved human productivity and welfare, others increased inequality, corruption, and even violence. Some innovations brought both. Tech Conference 25 is therefore focused on a discussion of two key questions: What changes does the next decade hold? How can we apply the lessons we learned from the past decade—technical, organizational, and social—to avoid making the same mistakes again?