Our favorite technology prognosticator, Dave Berkus,
returns to analyze the speed of technology change in the
last 15 years, and which four principal arenas will account
for much of the growth in the next 15 years. It's a great session for those looking to invest their time and talent during this next decade and beyond.
Dave will focus upon…
- Which 1998 trends from Dave's workshop that year were hits or misses?
- What four major areas of tech will dominate the 21st century in American innovation?
- How should you plan to take advantage of those trends that affect your business?
- What new developments will propel Moore's Law through another twenty or more years?
- Which of the tech trends we constantly hear about are over or under hyped?
- How have some of the trends crossed over to affect others? And does this help or hinder planning?
- What were the major takeaways form the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show? And how will they affect you?
These and other important questions will be answered by Dave in his presentation, and surely will lead to a lively discussion to follow.
During the Round Table
Discussion period, Dave will challenge you
to identify which tech trend/s will most likely have the
greatest impact on your tech – or healthcare –
business. Then, Dave will layout important questions
for you to brainstorm with your Group. Your net
takeaways from this Discussion alone could make attending
this event one of your most important decisions of the year.
Come early for the light lunch and plan to stay after the Round Table Discussion to network with and cement relationships with your current and new-found Trusted Advisors.
More about Dave Berkus:
Nationally recognized as a Super Angel investor and tech futurist, Dave is an internationally respected speaker on the actionable technology trends that will impact us, our companies, and our personal lives in the coming years. He's also a highly accomplished tech entrepreneur, investor, executive chair of several companies, and philanthropist. The author of 14 books, including: Get Scrappy (with Kim Shepherd), Extending the Runway, Better Than Money (with Bob Kelley) the Berkonomics family of three books, and the Small Business Success Series of eight e/books for management, Dave's weekly Berkonomics blog reaches over 110,000 entrepreneurs and investors. Among his many honors, the Los Angeles Board of Supervisors named Dave L.A. County's "Tech Leader of the Year."