TechCrunch Disrupt SF announces that Twitter co-founders Biz Stone and Evan Williams will join the lineup of influential speakers for this year's conference. Spanning a variety of industries, the caliber of
speakers reaffirms the event's mission of providing a worthwhile and
compelling forum to connect early-stage startups and leaders in the technology community during the annual show.
Disrupt offers attendees a fresh perspective on technology's impact beyond Silicon Valley with engaging sessions featuring leaders such as:
Jessica Alba, actress and co-founder and president, The Honest Company
Cory Booker, mayor, Newark, N.J.
Edwin M. Lee, mayor, city and county of San Francisco
Greg Yaitanes, director, producer and angel investor
Attendees will hear valuable insights and advice for succeeding in the industry from tech luminaries including:
Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO, Salesforce.com
Reid Hoffman, executive chairman, LinkedIn
Aaron Levie, CEO and co-founder, Box
Dave Morin, co-founder & CEO, Path
The show also welcomes back veteran Disrupt speakers including:
Michael Arrington, general partner, CrunchFund/founder, TechCrunch
Ron Conway, angel, SV Angel
Vinod Khosla, founder, Khosla Ventures
Kevin Rose, venture partner, Google Ventures
The event is open to the public, and tickets can be purchased online on the official site: http://techcrunchdisruptsf2012.eventbrite.com/. A limited number of early bird tickets are also available for purchase until Friday, Aug. 24.
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