You may have heard that we are running our events virtually this year. And that means TC Sessions: Mobility also becomes virtual.
This is not just a long webinar. We have a few technical tricks up our sleeve that bring everything you expect from our personal events, from the informative panels and provocative one-on-one interviews to networking and even a pitch-off session. Although it is not virtually the same as our past events, it has brought a massive advantage: the democratization of access.
If you're a startup or investor based in Europe, Africa, Australia, South America, or any other region in the United States, here in Silicon Valley you can listen, network, and connect with other participants.
The virtual edition of theinformationsuperhighway Sessions: Mobility will take place over two days from October 6th to 7th and builds on last year's opening event. If you weren't there, it was a huge success. We're shooting higher this year.
So far we can share the following.
For the first time, we will host a pitch-off for early-stage mobility companies and talk to some of the most innovative startups and executives from established technology companies. Stay tuned for more announcements as the date approaches. Here you can pick up a virtual ticket for the show for just $ 145.
On the speaker side, we have the best and brightest minds when it comes to mobility. Bryan Salesky, founder and CEO of Argo AI, will conduct a one-on-one interview with us, which we expect to be particularly interesting. Argo AI has grown from an unknown startup to a company that offers Ford and VW autonomous vehicle technology – not to mention the billion dollar investments by the two global automakers. Co-founder and CEO Bryan Salesky will talk about the company's journey, what's next, and what it really takes to commercialize autonomous vehicle technology.
Other headliners are Waymo Chief Operating Officer Tekedra Mawakana, who is at the center of Waymo's future, Ike co-founder and chief engineer Nancy Sun and Klaus Zellmer, CEO of Porsche North America. We have panels that focus on cities, autonomous vehicle regulations, new opportunities for micromobility and the future of the truck. Plus a couple of other panels and speakers that we haven't announced yet.
Our announced panelists include Reilly Brennan, General Partner of Trucks VC, Dor Levi, Head of Motorcycles and Scooters at Lyft, Danielle Harris, Director of Mobility Innovation at Elemental Excelerator, Dmitry Shevelenko, Founder at Tortoise, Euwyn Poon, Co-Founder of Spin, and Uber Director for Politics, Cities and Transport Shin-pei Tsay.
As the data gets closer, we will share more information. In the meantime, find out how to stay up to date on TC Sessions: Mobility 2020.
You can participate in both TC Sessions: Mobility days at an early bird rate of $ 145. Group discounts are available when you shop in bulk with others in your office. If you're a student, you can get started for just $ 50. Early-stage startups can receive additional attention for their business and the ability to generate leads with a virtual startup exhibition package that includes 3 tickets for $ 335. Reserve your place for TC sessions today: mobility and save.