We may have just completed a full-day corporate program at TechCrunch Sessions: Enterprise last week, but that does not mean we want to sell this topic next month at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco. In fact, we have something for everyone, from the start-up, to established public companies, to investors and industry leaders.
SaaS companies have played a major role in enterprise software over the last decade We offer a full range of SaaS company executives to bring you the value of their wisdom. How about Salesforce Chairman, Co-CEO, and co-founder Marc Benioff for starters? Benioff will provide advice on building a socially responsible, successful startup.
If you are interested in bringing your startup to the public, Box CEO Aaron Levie will take on his role of undertaking the IPO in 201
Meanwhile, Slack, co-founder and CTO Cal Henderson, another SaaS recently listed company, will be discussing how to build great products with Megan Quinn of Spark Capital, a slack investor.
Battery Ventures General Partner Neeraj Agrawal meets with Whitney Bouck, COO of HelloSign, and Jyoti Bansal, CEO and Founder, on a Panel of Harness (as well as former CEO and co-founder of AppDynamics, the Cisco 2017 for 3.7 Had bought billions of dollars just before it went public). They'll talk about what's needed to build a billion dollar SaaS business.
Not enough SaaS for you? How about Diya Jolly, Octa's chief product officer, talking about how to iterate your product?
If you are interested in security, we have Dug Song by Duo, whose company was sold to Cisco in 2018 for $ 2.35 billion, which explains how to develop a secure startup. We will also welcome Nadav Zafrir, Israeli security incubator Team 8, to discuss the intriguing topic of when spies on our main stage encounter security.
You probably also want to hear from corporate executives. That's why we're talking about robots to Frederic Moll, Head of Development for the Digital Surgery Group at Johnson & Johnson. Marillyn A. Hewson, Chairman, President and CEO of Lockheed Martin, about the space industry and Verizon's CEO Hans Vestberg We're taking the opportunity around 5G.
We will also have experienced corporate investors, Mamoon Hamid by Kleiner Perkins, and Michelle McCarthy of Verizon Ventures, who serve as judges at the TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield contest.
If that's not enough for you, there will also be enterprise startups involved in Battlefield and Startup Alley. If you love the company, there is something for everyone. We hope you can do it.
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