Agenda

Thursday, December 3

8:00 am

Breakfast Meetup

Start your day off right. Grab a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy a bite to eat as you meet the amazing people you’ll be learning alongside.

8:00 am

Registration Opens

9:00 am

Welcome from Inc.

Remarks: Eric Schurenberg, president and editor-in-chief, Inc.
Ground Floor

9:15 am

What to Do When You Know What’s Happening Anywhere in the World

Damien Patton, founder of Banjo, recounts the events that led him to create social media software that knows what is happening all over the world–immediately. He’ll explore how Banjo’s technology is positively affecting business practices among industries as diverse as financial services, marketing, insurance, news and media, public health, and beyond, and discuss how business intelligence will become essential for your company to stay competitive.
Speaker: Damien Patton, founder of Banjo
Ground Floor

9:55 am

How Will YOU Thrive In An IOT World?

According to Jahangir Mohammed, analysts predict that 20 billion to 30 billion “things” will be connected to the internet by 2020. How will your business be impacted when everyone and everything is connected in an internet of things world? During this Inc. talk, learn the benefits of the IOT, which include bringing your company closer to your customers, and how it creates new revenue streams and pricing strategies.
Speaker: Jahangir Mohammed, CEO of Jasper
Ground Floor

10:25 am

The Business of Virtual Reality

Speaker: Jens Christensen, founder and CEO, Jaunt

10:45 am

Morning Recess

Take a moment to share your thoughts and ideas from the morning’s sessions. During this time, we encourage you to get to know fellow Vision 2020 attendees and exchange information and observations. Follow @IncLiveEvents #Vision2020 throughout the event for live coverage.

11:05 am

The Importance of Being Human in a Networked World

Speaker: Stewart Butterfield, co-founder & CEO, Slack
Ground Floor

11:40 am

Should You Be Outraged or Outrageous?

Sandy Lerner will discuss the biggest challenges facing founders, and the country as a whole. She’ll tackle the repercussions of excessive CEO pay, and of an unrestrained venture capital industry. Hear how her entrepreneurial journey was fueled by outrage, how to make the right decisions, and how pursuing out-of-the-box business ideas can lead to huge successes.
Speaker: Sandy Lerner, co-founder of Cisco Systems, and founder of Urban Decay
Ground Floor

12:20 pm

Profit vs. Purpose: What Do You Really Owe Your Employees?

Speaker: Dan Price, founder and CEO, Gravity Payments
Ground Floor

12:55 pm

Chat and Chew Lunch

Enjoy a delicious meal as you get to know fellow attendees and make lasting connections with potential partners, colleagues, and friends.

2:10 pm

When Global Retailer Amazon Becomes a Thing of the Past, Then What?

Randy Komisar makes the case that Amazon is nothing more than an online store and what consumers seek is a sense of connection. He will discuss how the fastest emerging trend among consumers is to connect with companies that are building great brands and making great products, that focus on services, and that foster emotional connections among their customers. You’ll learn what you’ll need to do to survive in an ever-changing world where consumers demand more than mere transactions.
Speaker: Randy Komisar, partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and author, I F**king Love That Company
Ground Floor

2:45 pm

How Will the Future of Work Impact YOU?

Speakers: Kevin Gibbon, co-founder and CEO, Shyp, Jody Greenstone Miller, co-founder and CEO, Business Talent Group (BTG), and Dan Price, founder and CEO, Gravity Payments
Ground Floor

 

 

3:30 pm

Afternoon Recess

Take a moment to share your thoughts and ideas from the afternoon’s sessions.  Get to know fellow Vision 2020 attendees and exchange information and observations. Follow @IncLiveEvents #Vision2020 throughout the event for live coverage.
Top Floor

4:10 pm

The Future of Connected Technology

Speaker: Gadi Amit, founder and principal designer, NewDealDesign; designer of the Fitbit
Ground Floor

4:35 pm

What Uber and Shark Tank Can Teach You About Entrepreneurship

Chris Sacca, founder of Lowercase Capital, has been an investor in Uber, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Slack, Bit.ly, and many other rising stars of the new millennium. Can you say 20/20 Vision? Hear it from the source.

Speaker: Chris Sacca, founder of Lowercase Capital
Ground Floor

5:10 pm

Exclusive Closing Session

Speaker: Evan Williams, founder and CEO, Medium; and co-founder, Twitter
Ground Floor

5:30 pm

Program Ends

5:45 pm

Vision 2020 After Party

Spend the final hours of the Vision 2020 relaxing with your peers and summit speakers. Grab a tasty bite to eat, sip a refreshing drink, and continue to make lasting connections. Share your moments, images and takeaways from the summit via @IncLiveEvents, using the hashtag #Vision2020.
Underground

7:45 pm

Vision 2020 concludes
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