With summer upon us, the Teens in Tech team has been busy preparing our annual conference for young entrepreneurs. Today, we are pleased to announce the 2012 Teens in Tech Conference to be hosted at PARC, a Xerox company on August 9th. Last year’s successful conference, with the sponsorship of Meshin, a Xerox-funded startup at PARC, and our many other great sponsors and partners, hosted over 200 attendees. As one of the most influential places in Silicon Valley, PARC is sure to be an inspiration for our young entrepreneurs. So, we’ve decided to host the event there again.
This year we have many fantastic speakers! Just some of the speakers we’ve announced so far include:
- Adam Debreczeni: Head Product Designer, Kiip
- Alexander Bass: Lead Designer, One
- Andrew Rauh: iOS Developer Intern, Path
- Gregory Koberger: Former Product Manager, Mozilla
- Sahil Lavingia: Founder & CEO, Gumroad
- Scott Ferreira: Co-Founder & CEO, MySocialCloud
- Stacey Ferreira: Co-Founder, MySocialCloud
More speakers will be announced in the coming weeks!
As always, the Teens in Tech Conference would not be possible without the support of our amazing sponsors and partners. These sponsors care about the Teens in Tech mission of empowering young entrepreneurs, and we couldn’t have picked a better group of companies to work with. Please welcome Oracle, Meshin, RadTech, PARC, Eventbrite, Mophie, STM Bags, Harman, Vapur, Pixt, and SOSReady as sponsors of the 2012 Teens in Tech Conference!
We aim to keep our ticket prices as low as possible to ensure that young entrepreneurs can make it to the conference. So, we’re opening up 50 Early Bird tickets for $25 per ticket for three weeks or until they run out. Then we’ll switch over to Regular tickets, which are going for $35 per ticket. And as usual, we always make to sure to keep a small number of tickets available for at the door sales.
If you are a non-profit or an organization that supports young entrepreneurs, please get in touch so we can set you up with a discounted rate. And if you’re interesting in sponsoring the Teens in Tech Conference, please feel free to get in touch!