TC Sessions: Mobility 2020, kicks off in full swing tomorrow! Don’t miss out on two full days devoted to the technology and people that make things fly, roll, haul or deliver. Today’s the last day you can save on the price of admission, which starts at just $25. Stop what you’re doing and go secure your ticket right now. All prices go up today at 11:59 p.m. (PT).
Got your pass? Let’s get this party started, shall we?
The conference features a ton (we measured) of experts and curated content. Learn from industry leaders across the mobility universe, keep an eye on trends, dig deep into specialty tech and interact with speakers and attendees from around the world. It’s all designed to help you expand your knowledge, your network and your business success.
Here’s a tiny taste of what you’ll find at TC Sessions: Mobility 2020. Look through the event agenda to make sure you don’t miss what matters most in your world.
The Changing Face of Delivery — Small startups and logistics giants alike are working on how to use automated vehicle technology and robotics for delivery. Matthew Johnson-Roberson, co-founder of Refraction AI, Ali Kashani, the VP of Special Projects at Postmates will talk about the challenges and opportunities of using robots for delivery.
Live Q&A: Investing in Mobility — Bring your questions to this live Q&A breakout session with Reilly Brennan, Amy Gu and Olaf Sakkers — some of the top investors in mobility.
Don’t miss the Mobility Pitch-off happening later today. Ten early-stage mobility startups will compete tonight in front of a panel of VCs, but only the top five will earn the right to pitch live from the main stage on Wednesday — it’s a must-see event!
Block out time in your day to explore the expo area. You’ll find 40 early-stage startups that span the mobility spectrum. Find new customers and partners, potential investments and employment opportunities — the possibilities are endless.
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