For Real this Time: After postponing the event which was to debut last month, the team behind the RealTime Conference has officially announced the spring dates for their inaugural RealTime Economic Summit. Focused on those “steering and influencing the future direction of real-time technologies across too-often siloed industries,” this exclusive in-person by-invitation-only summit will only be open to 250 business and creative professionals in the real-time industries. The Summit will take place at the Museum of The Moving Image in Queens, New York on 15 – 16 May 2023.
Quartz Combo: Quartz network is self-described as a “curated community for change-makers, up-and-comers, and professionals who are ready to grow, adapt, and thrive” They are known for hosting cross-vertical and industry focused events for executives across the entire organization in functions such as Chief HR Officer, Chief Sales Officer, Chief Finance Officer and Chief Information Officer, etc. In 2023 Quartz will combine these functions in one super event, combining once-separate gatherings. It will be held on 24 – 26 April in San Diego.
Speaking Opportunity: Infosecurity Conference Europe (21 – 23 June in London) has opened its call for presenters. They are seeking ideas for Strategy Talks, “a series of inspiring, bite-sized presentations addressing the latest technical and strategic challenges, and sharing up-to-the minute information security and cyber security insight, knowledge and best-practice.” The Talks form a key part of the Infosecurity Europe conference program. Vendor companies must sponsor or exhibit in order to submit a speaker, but sponsorship does not guarantee a speaking slot – it is still a competitive process. Each company may submit up to three submissions but only one may be accepted. The deadline is Wednesday, 30 November. Speaker notifications will be sent in February 2023.
Lunchtime Learning: Code Conference (which many readers will remember came from those who produced D: All Things Digital Conference) has been celebrated since 2014 for addressing the impact of digital technology on our lives and businesses. The 2022 program – which wrapped in September – marked the final year with famed tech journalist Kara Swisher at the helm, and it’s fair to say Kara went out with a bang, interviewing the likes of Tim Cook, Andy Jassy, Bob Iger, Sundar Pichai, Jen Psaki, and Issa Rae. For an sharp recap, summarizing key talking points and featuring video clips on what’s next in tech regulation, the global economy, the future of work, and the climate crisis, check out this piece published by Code’s producing outfit Vox Media.
Coming Up Next Week: The U.S. conference scene may be quiet for the Thanksgiving holidays, but Women of Silicon Roundabout will run 22-23 November in London. Its theme is “The Power of Resilience,” uniting all women in technology to supercharge their careers and redefine the tech industry. The following week picks up where we left off, starting with AWS re:Invent (which runs 28 November – December 2 in Las Vegas). The Neural Information Processing Systems/NeurIPS Conference – one of the most prestigious conferences in computational neuroscience – will be a hybrid program in 2022 with a physical component in New Orleans 27 November – 3 December, and a subsequent virtual component. At the Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society (29-30 November), distinct initiatives geared toward rising talents, women entrepreneurs, and senior leaders comprise the agenda, held at the Palais Brongniart in Paris. And in New York, business leaders will head to the New York Times DealBook meeting on 30 November at the Lincoln Center, for this by-invite only gathering to hear from icons of business, culture, and politics untangle today’s most complex issues from monetary policy to the future of democracy. Down the road, Reuters NEXT will convene 350 business leaders under Chatham House rule when it’s held 30 November – 1 December. In addition to the in-person summit in Midtown Manhattan, Reuters will also offer a global broadcast.