Cyberposium Brings Big Names in Tech to Cambridge This Weekend

October 31, 2012
 

By: Erin
The largest MBA technology conference in the world is happening this weekend, and it's right across the river in Cambridge. Harvard Business School's Cyberposium 18 Conference is Sunday, November 4 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Drew Houston, CEO of Dropbox, and Lee Hower, co-founder of LinkedIn, will deliver keynote addresses.
The MBA students who put on the event through Harvard Business School's TechMedia Club expect about 1,000 attendees, including C-level executives, entrepreneurs, financial and technology analysts, press, and students from other leading MBA programs around the world. Metis will be there, too, to check out some of the 11 panel discussions happening throughout the day.
The theme of this year's event is “the battle for access,” which refers to the environment in which business gets done in an “always-on, always-connected, multi-device world.” Venture capitalists will moderate many of this year's Cyberposium panels, which will include:

  • Digital music: the future of music
  • Mobile advertising
  • The impact of big data
  • The evolution of payments
  • Subscription business models: evolution of fad?

To get your spot at Cyberposium, register here.

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