You have likely heard of The Wall Street Journal’s Future of Everything Series and Future of Everything Festival. I was excited to learn that this year’s Future of Everything Festival will be hybrid — meaning you can choose between an in-person pass or a virtual pass. Personally, I will be joining in virtually, which is both more accessible and affordable for me.
Let me share a bit more about this year’s festival, theme, and reasons to attend:
|The Future Of Everything Festival l May 17–19, 2022 l New York // Online|
The impact—and profound transformation—of the last two years has triggered a new world order. What now?
Discover the extraordinary ideas shaping our future when The Wall Street Journal brings together leaders from business, science, sports and culture at this year’s Future of Everything Festival. Join us for unscripted interviews, immersive storytelling, cutting-edge technologies and exclusive experiences with true visionaries–as well as the opportunity to connect with other curious minds.
You’ll find sessions exploring the future of technology and hear what’s next in the world of virtual reality, data privacy, AI, the ways we interact online, and more. In a series of wide-ranging discussions with thought leaders and industry experts, we’ll discover the ideas and innovations shaping the future.
It all takes place May 17 – 19 in New York City and online.
Bonus opportunities for In-Person Attendees:
– Immerse yourself in The Lab, an interactive wonderland of cutting-edge technologies
– Secure a spot at one of our exclusive pop-up experiences across New York City
– Learn from visionaries in their field with hands-on workshops in The Classroom
– Discover what’s next straight from the brilliant minds behind it
– Connect with other curious minds who could be looking for big ideas and investments
Learn more about the wide variety of conference themes here. You can also find a list of innovators who have spoken at The Future of Everything events and past festivals here. 2021 was the first time the event was held online and it turned out to be the highest attended event that the WSJ has put on. The 2021 event also received an award for its diverse speaker lineup. It’s great to see that this event will maintain an online presence this year while bringing back the benefits of face-to-face for those who are able to take advantage of that option.
I’m thankful that the event organizers have offered me 150 FREE registrations to share with my readers:
If you are interested in attending the virtual #FutureOfEverything Festival, I am able to share FREE registration (regular price $299) with the first 150 registrants using the following info:
Registration Link: https://bit.ly/37ONAYv
If you are not one of the first 150 people to register, you can still get discounted registration with this link: https://bit.ly/3JSl6dR
Let me know if you plan to attend as well. I’m looking forward to the learning & conversations!