Don’t Miss These Surprises at Innovate Celebrate 2017

October 8, 2017

2:30 pm

Just around the corner, coming to downtown San Francisco, is the Innovate Celebrate 2017 conference October 9-11 at the Intercontinental Hotel. If you’ve been to one of our conferences, welcome back and bring a friend!, Or if you are just now learning about this conference, stand by, we have some surprises in store!

Attendees are going to be treated to a bigger experience than ever, with 100 startups from around the world at the helm.

This isn’t just your average conference, there are Mentor Sessions and Mentor Circles Presented by Revelry where you can sit down 1:1 with an expert, investor, influencer or accelerator in the tech field. Instead of scouring through LinkedIn, asking people to introduce you to this person, you can just sign up and meet them.

There are also Excursions, where we take you around San Francisco and learn about the city or have the option hangout in the hotel and learn skills from Draper University or more about Improv. There is more fun to have at IC 2017.

In addition, we have our Startup of the Year Party where 100 startups are going to showcase their product. Where else can you casually check out emerging technology and sip on a cocktail or two? And here you can invite friends to join you at the party, even if they can’t attend the whole conference. Get your party tickets here.

What else is in on the books?  Check it out below:

Mentor Sessions and Mentor Circles Presented by Revelry


I mentioned mentors right? Well we have over 40+ mentors waiting to talk with you about how to build your business. It’s here you can ask the tough questions, get advice and figure out solutions with these mentors from a variety of verticals. We had so many mentors we had to put them in multiple articles, HERE, HERE and HERE. And learn more about what’s all involved with the Mentor Circles HERE.


Before the festivities begin, we offer short activities that will keep you interested and engaged during the first day of the conference. You’ll be able to get free headshots, partake in some improv comedy, and even learn a little about pitching from a true master. Sign up for these HERE before they fill up.

Startup of the Year Party

We did mention a party, and it’s our biggest one yet! Tech.Co and our partner Consumer Technology Association (CTA) are hosting the fifth annual Startup of the Year party on a Tuesday evening during Innovate Celebrate. We have 100 startups showcasing their latest product, and top accelerator programs, major investors, corporate heads and industry leaders of all shades will also be in the mix at our startup showcase. Get your tickets for the party HERE.

Homeland Security, GoPro, Olympic Athlete and a Few Robots

Our speaker line up is stacked with some of the most amazing people making waves in technology and doing everything from developing the latest gadgets for adrenaline junkies and autonomous cars to building robots and keeping our country safe.

Just a sampling of the speakers include: Kaijen Hsiao, CTO of Mayfield Robotics, Justin Fishkin, Chief Strategy Officer of Local Motors, NFL Star Isaiah Kacyvenski, Michael Hermus, CTO for the Office of the Chief Information Officer at the Department of Homeland Security, CJ Prober, CEO of GoPro, Josh Walden senior vice president and general manager of the New Technology Group at Intel, Olympian athlete Angela Ruggiero, and more.

There is still time to register, join the fun and gain some valuable knowledge, and maybe even a connection that will help you take your business to the next level.

Register Now to Attend Innovate Celebrate 2017

Make sure to join us at the Innovate Celebrate conference in San Francisco, CA. The event will take place October 9-11, and it is held in partnership with the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).

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Tishin is a technology journalist and correspondent. She has written for TechCrunch, Demand Studios and Fitness, and has regular network segments on local Phoenix affiliate stations. She holds a Master's degree in Clinical and Sport psychology, and has covered many areas of technology ranging from 3D printing and game development to neurotech and funding for over 15 years.

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