Silicon Heartland: In partnership with JobsOhio, Forbes recently announced its 30 Under 30 Summit will run in three different Ohio cities over the next three years: in Cleveland – where the news was announced at the iconic Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame – next October, and in Cincinnati and Columbus in 2024 and 2025. The summit highlights young entrepreneurs, revolutionaries and trailblazers who are poised to make a significant impact on the world. Randall Lane, Chief Content Officer of Forbes and Creator of the Under 30 Franchise explains: “Our goal with the next Under 30 Summit is to help spotlight Ohio’s talented workforce and ample opportunities for entrepreneurs and investors. We’re confident that Ohio’s entrepreneurial spirit will be felt on the world’s main stage.”
Virtually SECURE: (ISC)² is an international nonprofit membership association for information security leaders. For the first time in 2022, they are hosting (ISC)² SECURE Asia-Pacific, a one-day virtual event focused on “the most impactful issues for cybersecurity professionals in the region.” On Thursday 10 November, they will delve into topics such as Cloud Security, Third Party Risk, Ransomware, Incident Response, Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Crime and more. SECURE Asia-Pacific will be a live, virtual only summit open to both (ISC)² members and non-members and for cybersecurity professionals in every stage of their career. In addition to the content, which will allow attendees to earn CPE credits, (ISC)² will offer a live Q&A with the speakers as well as a Virtual Exhibit Hall. See the agenda here.
Speaking Opportunity: Mobile World Congress/MWC invites experts to make their voice heard in Barcelona when the 2023 flagship event gets underway. But all great agendas require planning, and so that is why the GSMA content team is accepting speaker suggestions until COB today, 21 October! Want to speak to or lead a debate on 5G, fintech, IoT, or the metaverse? Submit according to the criteria outlined here – you will need to share a short, 200-word summary of the topic and preferred session format, as well as your key objective from speaking – and then sit back, relax, and wait until Friday 18 November to learn whether your submission has been accepted/shortlisted. If your submission is confirmed, then you will be invited to join MWC’s ‘Meet the Speaker’ campaign, beginning in January 2023.
Lunchtime Learning: Created last year by Dynamic Communities, an independent source for industry cloud decision-making, and Cloud Wars Media, the first edition of the Cloud Wars Expo was held in June and featured speakers from AWS, Google Cloud, IBM, Microsoft, and Workday. On-demand session playbacks from that program are available through the end of the year, and while one must register for a pass to access the content, it’s free to do so. Hear from the aforementioned companies – and other cloud leaders – as they attempt to answer the most pressing questions that CXOs across various industries want to know.
Coming Up Next Week: Money 20/20 USA – created to drive change in the future of money – takes place 23-26 October in-person in Las Vegas, drawing over 8,000 attendees including banks, investment managers, blockchain companies, retailers, telecoms, and media. At WSJ TechLive, invited guests can expect three days of networking, newsroom interviews, masterclasses, and investor/founder roundtables. WSJ TechLive will run as a hybrid program, with programming 24-26 October in Laguna Beach and online. Also running a hybrid format, Economist Innovation at Work US offers a virtual agenda focused on digital transformation and employee experience on 24 & 26 October, while HR, IT, and operations leaders will gather in San Jose on 25 October for best practices in collaboration, well-being, and equity. CNBC at Work hosts its fall program online (25-26 October), uniting under the theme “Dislocation, Negotiation, and Determination: The World of Work Right Now.” GreenBiz VERGE kicks off 25 October in San Jose, featuring six tracks highlighting different climate tech solutions focused on buildings, carbon, energy, food, startup, and transport. Last up, TED Women will be held virtually this year, with a mix of live and on-demand programming that spotlights women leading on “change, work, rights, the future & joy” when it runs 24-28 October.