Gaining Momentum: The past few years Reuters’ flagship summit for tech leaders, Momentum, has been held in the fall timeframe. Last year the conference, which “unites inspirational technologists with the world’s most innovative businesses to envision how to improve lives through technology” was held live in Austin, TX in October. Momentum has shifted its place on the 2023 conference calendar and is tentatively scheduled for 11 – 12 July. While these dates overlap with Fortune Brainstorm: Tech, there is far less competition from other gatherings in the summer.
Communicating to Communicators: The PRSA Corporate Communications Impact Conference and the PRSA Employee Communications Connect Conference are co-locating in Orlando, Florida for their 2023 section conferences on 1 – 3 May. Each conference will have separate tracks but they will have joint keynote sessions and networking opportunities. The theme for the Impact23 Conference is “Communicating to Connect the Dots” and Connect23 will focus on “Blurred Lines: Embracing the New Demands of “Mixternal” Communications.”
Speaking Opportunity: International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Privacy. Security. Risk. (PSR) Conference has opened its call for speakers. The conference, which will happen on 5 – 6 October in San Diego, focuses on industry trends and insights into the operational issues facing privacy industry. While the event organizers are open to all relevant topics, they are particularly interested in insights on AI issues, Breaches and ransomware, Building technology into a privacy program, Critical infrastructure, Cyber insurance, Children’s online safety, Building your privacy team, Privacy in the Metaverse and Web 3.0, Third-party vendor management and risk, and U.S. state and federal privacy updates, among others. If you have a session idea, submit it before the 26 February deadline.
Lunchtime Learning: In October of last year, the Great Place To Work Institute, Inc held its For All™ Summit in Orlando, FL. The Summit is self-described as “the can’t-miss event for culture, people and business leaders who are passionate about creating amazing workplaces for all.” The speakers shared strategies and personal anecdotes to help more than 1,600 attendees “create a high-trust experience where everyone creates, everyone is connected, and everyone contributes.” Hear from leaders such as Cynt Marshall, CEO, Dallas Mavericks, José Andrés, Chef and Humanitarian, ThinkFoodGroup and James D. White, Board Chair, The Honest Company (among others!).
Coming Up Next Week: IAB’s Annual Leadership Meeting/ALM (22-24 January; Marco Island) is where the digital industry debates hot topics like the “demise of the cookie, DTC brands, supply chain transparency, fake news, viewability, government regulation in the data economy, and making mobile work for advertisers and publishers.” At the Future Educational Technology Conference/FETC – which runs 23-26 January in New Orleans – ed tech specialists, administrators, and educators convene to learn about new education technologies and best practices to help achieve classroom, school, and districtwide goals. Realscreen celebrates a quarter-century of defining the business of unscripted and non-fiction entertainment when it gets underway 23 January in Austin. From 24-26 January in Santa Clara, ENIGMA will center on the theme “Security & Privacy Ideas That Matter.” ENIGMA is organized by USENIX, which since 1975 has brought together the community of engineers, system administrators, scientists, and technicians working on the cutting edge of the computing world. Finally, the J.D. Power Auto Summit is held 26 January in Dallas, describing itself as a “one-day event features key industry thought leaders, real-time auto industry data and cutting-edge insights needed to make informed decisions with lasting impacts.”