Futurism and IBM have planned something new. Your Clouds Can 2019 is an immersive, mobile, day-long experience in New York City on June 5th. Applications are now open, but space is limited.
IBM and Futurism are excited to share the companies that will be joining us on our exclusive journey into the workspace, culture, and mindset of some of the city’s most innovative companies and leadership. Together, the companies have hand selected these ventures and venues because the work they are doing is truly innovative. Using data-driven, cloud tech and more, these leaders have built products and cultures that speak to the future and leverage business analysis in ways never before seen.
Any company can benefit from the tools and case studies we will be exploring, and this immersive conference is custom-built for leadership working in B2C products, CPG, travel, and retail.
Meet the four companies we’ll visit on our all-access tour of innovation at Your Clouds Can 2019:
It’s not possible to explain how these four companies are shaping the future here. That’s why we’re going to visit them onsite, at their offices, to meet with their executives, and learn about their journeys. Together, we’ll explore their approach to data and how their use of cloud-based technologies has empowered their businesses.
Speakers and participants include Jake Bronstein from Buzzfeed, Randy Shepherd from Giphy, and Ted Grulikowski from LivePerson, to name just a few. Only attendees will learn the full list of executives and leadership speaking at this conference.
Join Futurism and IBM at Your Clouds Can 2019 to go behind closed doors and meet with the leadership and innovators at these companies for conversations – not keynotes. Designing thinking workshops, not panel discussions. This is something new, and admission is free, though the guest list is being carefully curated.
If you’re interested in attending this one-day-only, immersive experience. Apply today.
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