Future of Work 2019, scheduled for February 9, 2019, is a one-of-a-kind gathering of technologists, leaders, entrepreneurs and hiring managers to find some real answers on technology and talent.
- Great engineers will never join you if they don't think that they will be working with other great engineers.
- Great technologists want to work in a place where they can make an impact and make a difference.
- Good engineers get excited about solving hard problems.
Jyoti Bansal, founder and erstwhile CEO of AppDynamics, described the current generation of techies quite well with the above attributes.
But, which are some of the those hard problems being solved right now, and how? Who are the people driving the best of the tech teams in India, and what drives them? And how does one use technology to scale the business?
Future of Work 2019 will provide you with answers to these questions and more. In the second edition of Future of Work, we’re happy to bring together the best of the tech minds to take you through the next frontiers of innovation and technologies. Future of Work 2019 promises multiple niche and deep-dive sessions on technology, platforms and its impact on business.
The curated sessions, talks and workshops on product, engineering, data science, AI/ML, TensorFlow, tech hiring and more will give you many options to choose from. And there’s going to be a ‘techno-fun’ zone to unwind during the day.
So, save the date: February 9, 2019 (Saturday)
Venue: MLR Convention Centre, WhiteField, Bengaluru
[Head over to the Future of Work 2019 website to grab your Super Early Bird tickets now!]
What’s in store?
Future of Work 2019 features a packed full-day agenda with a series of lightning talks, in-depth discussions and workshops on:
- Data science and AI
- Voice-enabled device development
- Deep tech
- App ecosystem
- Product building and scaling
- Designing and branding principles
- Scaling up
- Hiring and retaining talent
- Gig economy
- Skills of future
And there’s lot more fun things planned as well. Over 50 speakers and exhibitors will bring to the table their knowledge and experience of technological breakthroughs and their impact. You also have the chance to network with solution providers who can help you stay updated with the latest employment demands in various industries.
Who should attend?
Future of Work 2019 will host hundreds of CTOs, CPOs, data science heads, and the tech geniuses delivering talks and workshops. So, if you’re interested in listening to what’s new in tech, develop/hone a skill or two or meeting some of the great technologists, then you should be at Future of Work 2019.
The event will certainly be beneficial and resourceful for mid- and senior-level tech/product people, technology entrepreneurs and to those who want to expand their horizon and learn new things.
According to a recent Nasscom report, there is an increasing demand for emerging technologies like Big Data Analytics, AI/ML, Cybersecurity, IoT and Robotics. Another report states that talent acquisition is one of the top three challenges faced by organisations today and the largest talent gap is evident in the mid- to senior-level strata of the workforce.
With an online reach of 20 million, over 1000 individuals including the best of technologists, tech and product innovators, key stakeholders from the ecosystem, and dedicated pool of domain experts in AI/ML/IoT will be attending the event.
The conference will hold talks and workshops on technology and future of work. Employers will get a chance to showcase their brands and build potential collaborations through customised meetings. What’s more? Some amazing exhibits, experiences and training zones are lined up for all those who want to explore what the future of work holds.
Watch out for more details on YourStory’s Future of Work Conference. In the meantime, you can <head over to our event website to know more>. And if you’re already convinced, go ahead and <book your tickets here to get an early-bird rate today>.
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