TechFire has been featured in Techmeme's editorial list of nationally- and internationally significant tech conferences, and our programs have a reputation for attracting titans of tech to take the stage.
C-SPAN broadcast our recent Summit on the Self-Driving Car Revolution on national TV -- and you can watch the video online here.
Our speakers include prominent tech leaders from Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, New York, and beyond, including partners from leading VC firms like Kleiner Perkins, Greylock, SV Angel, CRV, True Ventures, and Upfront Ventures, and founders of hot startups like HotelTonight, about.me, Dollar Shave Club, and many more.
Our sponsors include industry leaders and Fortune 500 companies, including Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Deloitte, EY, CBRE, Cresa, Aon, BlackLine, J2 Global, and more. We also work in a consulting capacity leveraging our speaker relationships to help organize outside events on behalf of consulting clients such as the City of Burbank, Fairfax County, and WSGR – Wharton | San Francisco.
Across our 35 events, we've attracted 6600+ registrants from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, and as far away as even Europe for our L.A. area events. A recent media headline said it best: “It’s Official: TechFire is Catching Fire”. Other press highlights include C-SPAN, Recode and the Los Angeles Business Journal.
The following is a sampling of just some of our past speakers:
WHO ATTENDS OUR EVENTS
What They're Saying
Policy Report: Strengthening LA's Tech Ecosystem
In addition to our events, we produced the L.A. Tech Agenda, a 2014 report on the future of the Los Angeles region's startup ecosystem, with lessons from SF, NYC, and more. Special thanks to our report sponsors, Cresa, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, OASIS: The Montgomery Summit, Aon, and j2 Global.
We also produced the Guide to LA Tech, a 2015 overview of some of the Los Angeles region's tech ecosystem.
Engaging with Global Tech Policy Leaders at the World Economic Forum
TechFire staff also participate in fora such as the World Economic Forum's Future of the Internet working group to help promote entrepreneurs' perspectives on the global policy stage.