Dates: September 12-14, 2016 | Register here
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Prices: starting from USD 1,675,-
Location: Boston, The United States
The 10th Business of Software Conference
The Business of Software tries to do things differently. You and your team leave with your brains supercharged with two and a half days of exceptional, actionable, ideas to grow better software companies – and enjoy life more.
This September, the 10th Business of Software Conference will be at the Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center, Boston, MA for two and a half days of keynotes, workshops and networking with the world’s leading software entrepreneurs.
The focus of the conference is scaling and growth. The program is designed to address the challenges businesses face as they grow.
The Business of Software is a single-track conference, every speaker, in the words of Joel Spolsky, would be, “a headline keynote at most other conferences”.
The Business of Software builds in lots of time to network, talk and learn from others. The team works hard to connect you with other attendees that can help solve your challenges.
About Business of Software
The speakers are hand-picked for their experience and ability to communicate and teach. This year, the likes of Gail Goodman, CEO of Constant Contact; Jason Fried, CEO of Basecamp; Dharmesh Shah, CTO of Hubspot; Michael Pryor, CEO of Trello among others are speaking. They add to a list of speakers that have included Guy Kawasaki, Seth Godin, Joel Spolsky, Kathy Sierra, DHH and Patrick McKenzie.
There is a relaxed, friendly atmosphere at Business of Software. 300 switched on entrepreneurs from around the globe all fly into Logan International for two and a half days of focused learning.
Some of the best learning comes from the corridor and dinner conversations. As part of a self-selecting group, you’re guaranteed to meet someone who can help take your business to the next level, or have a solution for the problem which has been keeping you up at night.
The Business of Software is not based in Silicon Valley for good reason. It is about building long-term, sustainable software businesses. Basing Business of Software Conference in ‘The Intellectual Capital of the US’ reflects the values of the event – a thoughtful conference, where people come to listen and learn, not self-promote and shout.
The Business of Software aims to curate a wide spread of speaker specialities synaptic neurone positively glow with excitement. You won’t want to miss the hard-earned lessons from these veterans of the software industry.
Your ticket includes access to all conference events, registration ‘get to know you’ drinks, videos of all talks, all meals, the conference gift bag, and the BoS evening party.
Join BoS and discover how a conference should be run – for the benefit of the attendees. You will probably not go to another conference again.