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Wednesday, May 17 • 8:00am - 4:30pm
Techonomy NYC

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What is Techonomy NYC?


Techonomy NYC is a full day, highly collaborative, event where leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs will gather to explore the impact technology has on business and society. Techonomy NYC is not a tech conference, rather a conference about how tech is changing everything else. They have curated an amazing group of speakers and topics that will address how tech permeates every aspect of our lives. Attendees are guaranteed to leave energized, motivated, and inspired.


Techonomy NYC is a New York version of Techonomy's longstanding retreat in California, where last fall Mark Zuckerberg famously first spoke about fake news. Igniting invigorating discourse around topics that include ongoing challenges relating to what a government led by Trump means for technology; the future of work in an on-demand gig economy; the digital and social fight against terrorism; and tough-to-answer questions about decision making power in an Artificially Intelligent world, Techonomy NYC is one day you will not want to miss.


Creative Tech Week members receive a 50% savings by using code CTW at checkout. 


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Everything we do reflects our ethos: that technology can make the world a happier, healthier, wealthier, and more peaceful place. Techonomy’s name embodies our beliefs and our mission—it combines the words “technology” and “economy” because technology has become a central part of the economy in which we operate and the society in which we live. Today technology is inextricably entwined with just about every activity that humans undertake. We embrace that fact, and seek as a company to help the world take advantage of it. Technology is itself a neutral force. If we actively engage with it, we can direct it, mold it, and apply it productively for our organizations and for society. As the pace of change speeds up, many of us find it challenging to grasp our range of options. All leaders must, in effect, become technologists. Only then can we effectively guide organizations, companies, and communities towards long-term health and impact. Only then can we retain our relevance and effectiveness, as leaders and even as individuals. The choices we all face because of technology are by no means easy. Some of... Read More →



Wednesday May 17, 2017 8:00am - 4:30pm
Convene Midtown West 117 West 46th Street, New York, NY 10036