Today, Startup Genome released its Global Startup Ecosystem Report. It dives deep into tracking ecosystems and emerging industries, and includes key learnings from one million companies, nearly 100 ecosystems, and the world’s largest primary research with tech founders.
According to the report, the global top four growing sub-sectors include advanced manufacturing and robotics, big data and analytics, blockchain and artificial intelligence, and agtech. If you want to learn more, you can always download the report online – but we suggest you come hear directly from experts in these areas at the #BCTECH Summit.
Here’s a snapshot of who you can hear and what you can learn at western Canada’s largest tech conference:
- AJung Moon, Director, Open Roboethics Institute
- Should We Fear The Robots?
AI, Data and Analytics
- Suzanne Gildert, CEO, Sanctuary AI
- Daryn Nakhuda, Founder & CEO, Mighty AI
- Diane Gutiw, Director, Consulting, CGI
- Greg Johnston, President, Carl Data Solutions
- Paul Godsmark, CTO, Canadian Automated Vehicles Centre of Excellence (CAVCOE)
- The AI Revolution
- Never Lost: Data and IoT Transforming Global Logistics
- Data and Disasters: Industrial IoT For Response and Prevention
- Autonomous Vehicles: Are We Ready?
- Saber Miresmailli, Founder & CEO, Ecoation
- Valerie Song, CEO & Co-Founder, Ava Technologies
- Feeding Opportunity: How Agritech Innovations are Improving our Food Supply
- Kevin Hobbs, CEO, Vanbex
- Wellington Sculley, Director of Business Development, Ripple
- Wesley Graham, Consultancy Manager, Blockchain at Berkeley
- Beyond Bitcoin: Seizing the Potential of Blockchain
- Creating an Internet of Value: The Power of Blockchain
At the #BCTECH Summit, you’ll get exclusive access to expertise, insights, and ideas from these leaders, as well as from billion-dollar companies like Microsoft, Google, LinkedIn, Amazon and WeWork.
Register using discount code LASTCALL before April 30th, and you’ll save $300 off of a full conference pass. Register today.