NYC CTO Summit
At this exclusive, attendance limited, CTO focused event, join Mike Bryzek, CTO/Founder Gilt Groupe, Eliot Horowitz, CTO/Co-founder MongoDB, Ken Little, VP Eng. Tumblr, Lon Binder, CTO Warby Parker, Daniel Seltzer, ex-CTO of Amplify, Liz Crawford, CTO of BirchBox, Kurt Schrader, CTO Intent Media, Daniel Doubrovkine, Head of Engineering Art.sy, Matt Story, Director Axial, Pete Soderling, ex-CTO & Founder Hakka Labs, Evan Korth, Clinical Professor, NYU; co-founder, hackNY, & Venture Partner, Quotidian Ventures & Tim Berglund from GitHub.
If you run engineering for a startup (or would like to learn from people who do), join us on Thursday March 13th to learn how to do a better job of building & managing your engineering organization. Learn best practices from thought leaders & share your challenges & experiences with other top CTO's. At the inaugural New York Startup CTO Summit, we'll be blending presentations, case studies & break out sessions with other funded startup CTO's to focus on the hard parts of growing & managing an engineering team.
Whether you want to learn more about best practices, see relevant case studies or learn from & network with other fast growth startup CTO's, invest a day by getting out of the office & working on how to improve your team & your results for the rest of the year. Unlike most conferences, this day will be focused on providing you with actionable ideas, advice & experiences that you can use immediately to better build & manage your engineering organization. It will also be an excellent chance to network with some of the top technology leaders in the city.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Mike Bryzek, CTO/Founder Gilt Groupe
- Eliot Horowitz, CTO/Co-founder MongoDB
- Ken Little, VP Eng. Tumblr
- Lon Binder, CTO Warby Parker
- Daniel Seltzer, ex-CTO of Amplify
- Liz Crawford, CTO of BirchBox
- Kurt Schrader, CTO Intent Media
- Daniel Doubrovkine, Head of Engineering Art.sy
- Matt Story, Director Axial
- Pete Soderling, ex-CTO & Founder Hakka Labs
We will also have special presentations by Evan Korth,Clinical Professor, NYU; co-founder, hackNY, & Venture Partner, Quotidian Ventures & Tim Berglund from GitHub.
When: March 13th from 9:00AM to 5:00PM with an open bar to follow.
Where: Serafina at 210 West 55th st. near Broadway.