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Town Hall
An interactive, roundtable-style discussion. For members only.
February 9, 2023

CNBC TEC Member Town Hall: AI’s Moment: Promises and Pitfalls After the Breakthrough

Technology Executive Council | AI & Machine Learning | Digital Transformation & Innovation | Security & Data

Join members of the CNBC Technology Executive Council, CNBC Journalists, and specials guest for an interactive, roundtable-style discussion. To learn more about joining the CNBC TEC, visit: cnbccouncils.com/tec.

Host

Deirdre Bosa, "TechCheck" Co-Anchor, Steve Kovach CNBC Technology Correspondent

Speakers

Helane Becker, Cowen and Company, Managing Director and Senior Research Analyst

Henry Harteveldt, Atmosphere Research Group, President Travel Industry Analyst and Advisor

Eash Sundaram, JetBlue Airways, Former Chief Digital and Technology Officer

February 9, 2023

CNBC TEC Member Town Hall: AI’s Moment: Promises and Pitfalls After the Breakthrough

Technology Executive Council | AI & Machine Learning | Digital Transformation & Innovation | Security & Data

Join members of the CNBC Technology Executive Council, CNBC Journalists, and specials guest for an interactive, roundtable-style discussion. To learn more about joining the CNBC TEC, visit: cnbccouncils.com/tec.

Town Hall
An interactive, roundtable-style discussion. For members only.
December 14, 2022

CNBC TEC Exclusive Member Town Hall: The Most Important Stories in Tech 2022

Technology Executive Council | Digital Transformation & Innovation | Financial Technology and Innovation | Security & Data

In our final TEC town hall of the year, members discussed the top tech stories of 2022, as chosen by our members in the latest TEC Survey, and how those stories will play out in 2022. Members say these newsmaking moments are the most important technology-related stories of 2022: Elon Musk buying Twitter The collapse of FTX Meta and the metaverse promise Uber former Chief Security Officer found guilty of covering up a cyber breach Layoffs at big tech companies

Host

Deirdre Bosa, CNBC “Techcheck” Co-Anchor, Jon Fortt, CNBC “TechCheck” Co-Anchor & Kate Rooney, CNBC Technology Reporter

Speakers

David Angeli, Defense Attorney for Joe Sullivan

Alex Kantrowitz, CNBC Contributor

December 14, 2022

CNBC TEC Exclusive Member Town Hall: The Most Important Stories in Tech 2022

Technology Executive Council | Digital Transformation & Innovation | Financial Technology and Innovation | Security & Data

In our final TEC town hall of the year, members discussed the top tech stories of 2022, as chosen by our members in the latest TEC Survey, and how those stories will play out in 2022. Members say these newsmaking moments are the most important technology-related stories of 2022: Elon Musk buying Twitter The collapse of FTX Meta and the metaverse promise Uber former Chief Security Officer found guilty of covering up a cyber breach Layoffs at big tech companies

Key Points

  • Have in place robust policies, playbooks and response plans and then follow them precisely.
  • Get outside counsel involved early in the process and make sure it’s documented.
  • Notify law enforcement when an incident happens and keep them in the loop.
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Summit
Flagship member event with interactive sessions, panels, and marquee speakers.
November 15, 2022

4th Annual TEC Summit

Technology Executive Council | Digital Transformation & Innovation | Future of Work | Leadership & Management | Security & Data

Bringing together industry thought leaders, stakeholders, CNBC journalists, and Technology Executive Council members, the 4th Annual CNBC Technology Executive Council Summit is the ideal forum to tackle these pressing issues. The half-day summit combines moderated panels, smaller interactive group discussions, and peer-to-peer networking opportunities. For more details on this event visit: https://www.cnbcevents.com/tec-summit-2022/ The TEC Summit is an exclusive event for members; learn more about the TEC and apply for membership at www.cnbccouncils.com/tec.

Host

Tyler Mathisen, “Power Lunch” Co-Anchor & Vice President, Events Strategy

Speakers

Robert Enslin, Co-CEO, UiPath

Oren Falkowitz, Cloudfare Founder & CEO

Simon Fischweicher, CDP North America Head of Corporations and Supply Chains

Jarel Hawkins, Truist Bank Head, Enterprise Intelligent Automation

Brian Hindo, Innosight Managing Director

Ash Jhaveri, Meta Vice President, Reality Labs Partnerships

Arun Kumar, IPG Chief Data and Technology Officer

Steven Mnuchin, Liberty Strategic Capital Founder & Managing Partner and U.S. Secretary of Treasury

Patricia Pina, Clarity AI Head of Product Research & Innovation

Rajiv Ramaswami, Nutanix President & CEO

John Riccitiello, Unity President & CEO

Linda Shaffer, Checkr Chief People & Operations Officer

Arun Sundararajan, NYU Stern School of Business Professor

Kemba Walden, Office of the National Cyber Director Principal Deputy National Cyber Director

November 15, 2022

4th Annual TEC Summit

Technology Executive Council | Digital Transformation & Innovation | Future of Work | Leadership & Management | Security & Data

Bringing together industry thought leaders, stakeholders, CNBC journalists, and Technology Executive Council members, the 4th Annual CNBC Technology Executive Council Summit is the ideal forum to tackle these pressing issues. The half-day summit combines moderated panels, smaller interactive group discussions, and peer-to-peer networking opportunities. For more details on this event visit: https://www.cnbcevents.com/tec-summit-2022/ The TEC Summit is an exclusive event for members; learn more about the TEC and apply for membership at www.cnbccouncils.com/tec.

Dinner
September 13, 2022

TEC Member Private Dinner in San Francisco

Technology Executive Council | Digital Transformation & Innovation | Security & Data

Members of the CNBC Technology Executive Council gathered for our 2nd Member Dinner of the year in San Francisco. For more information and to see if you qualify to attend the next one visit https://www.cnbccouncils.com/tec.

Host

Deirdre Bosa, CNBC “TechCheck”; Co-Anchor Jon Fortt, CNBC “TechCheck” Co-Anchor

Speakers

Chris Britt, Chime CEO

Ali Ghodsi, Databricks CEO

September 13, 2022

TEC Member Private Dinner in San Francisco

Technology Executive Council | Digital Transformation & Innovation | Security & Data

Members of the CNBC Technology Executive Council gathered for our 2nd Member Dinner of the year in San Francisco. For more information and to see if you qualify to attend the next one visit https://www.cnbccouncils.com/tec.

Town Hall
An interactive, roundtable-style discussion. For members only.
June 23, 2022

CNBC TEC Exclusive Member Town Hall

Technology Executive Council | Digital Transformation & Innovation | Security & Data

On June 23rd, Members of CNBC’s TEC Council heard from CNBC’s Deidre Bosa with special guests Kevin Weil, President of Planet Labs, and Reid Hoffman, partner of Greylock to discuss the latest in digital trends and innovation.

Host

Deirdre Bosa, CNBC “Techcheck” Co-Anchor

Speakers

Reid Hoffman, Greylock Partner

Kevin Weil, Planet Labs President, Product & Business

June 23, 2022

CNBC TEC Exclusive Member Town Hall

Technology Executive Council | Digital Transformation & Innovation | Security & Data

On June 23rd, Members of CNBC’s TEC Council heard from CNBC’s Deidre Bosa with special guests Kevin Weil, President of Planet Labs, and Reid Hoffman, partner of Greylock to discuss the latest in digital trends and innovation.

Key Points

  • In terms of tactical changes in condition whether it be capital availability and markets, potential dislocations, supply chain dislocations, or anything of that nature the first reaction is to think defensively. Mistakes often come when you stop thinking defensively.
  • Growth still matters. Shareholders still want to see a business that is valuable in 5-10 years. The ability to demonstrate strength in the market is likely what will set you apart from your competitors. Above all, showing that you are on track to being a good business is key.
  • In terms of bringing employees back into the office, stay away from a one size fits all model or mandate. While in person work can often boost creativity and productivity, it is imperative that employees still have the option and flexibility to work remotely if necessary.
  • You cannot have a great business strategy without having a great technology strategy as part of it.
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Dinner
April 28, 2022

CNBC TEC Member Dinner in NYC

The role that technology plays in bringing about change in the public sector—and in war—was the topic of the first in-person TEC dinner of 2022. Matthew C. Fraser, chief technology officer for New York City, kicked off the evening with CNBC anchor Jon Fortt to discuss how technology, and internet access specifically, became a dividing line during the pandemic for many adults and children in public housing. The role of technology in the midst of the Ukraine war was the discussion in the second half of the dinner with guest Jeremiah Fowler, security researcher and co-founder of Security Discovery, a cybersecurity and data protection company. For more information and to see if you qualify to attend the next one visit cnbccouncils.com/tec.

Host

Jon Fortt, CNBC "TechCheck" Co-Anchor; Eamon Javers, CNBC Senior Washington Correspondent, Steve Kovack, CNBC Technology Correspondent

Speakers

Jeremiah Fowler, Security Discovery Co-Founder & Security Researcher

Martin C. Fraser, New York City’s Commissioner & CTO

April 28, 2022

CNBC TEC Member Dinner in NYC

The role that technology plays in bringing about change in the public sector—and in war—was the topic of the first in-person TEC dinner of 2022. Matthew C. Fraser, chief technology officer for New York City, kicked off the evening with CNBC anchor Jon Fortt to discuss how technology, and internet access specifically, became a dividing line during the pandemic for many adults and children in public housing. The role of technology in the midst of the Ukraine war was the discussion in the second half of the dinner with guest Jeremiah Fowler, security researcher and co-founder of Security Discovery, a cybersecurity and data protection company. For more information and to see if you qualify to attend the next one visit cnbccouncils.com/tec.

Town Hall
An interactive, roundtable-style discussion. For members only.
February 17, 2022

Metaverse and More: The Digital Innovation to Keep an Eye On

Technology Executive Council | Digital Transformation & Innovation

The opportunities are endless when it comes to the metaverse. The potential of augmented and virtual reality for companies continues to grow each day. Leveraging tools for workforces is crucial to utilizing all aspects of digital reality to its fullest extent. These key points along with the current cybersecurity crisis were just some of the conversations at CNBC’s Technology Executive Council’s Town Hall.

Host

Julia Boorstin, CNBC’s Senior Media & Tech Correspondent, Jon Fortt, CNBC’s “TechCheck” Co-Anchor & Eamon Javers, CNBC Senior Washington Correspondent

Speakers

Raffaella Camera, Unreal Engine Head of Brands and Advertisers Solutions

Yuji Higaki, Niantic Senior Vice President of Engineering

Phil Libin, mmhmm and All Turtles CEO & Co-Founder

February 17, 2022

Metaverse and More: The Digital Innovation to Keep an Eye On

Technology Executive Council | Digital Transformation & Innovation

The opportunities are endless when it comes to the metaverse. The potential of augmented and virtual reality for companies continues to grow each day. Leveraging tools for workforces is crucial to utilizing all aspects of digital reality to its fullest extent. These key points along with the current cybersecurity crisis were just some of the conversations at CNBC’s Technology Executive Council’s Town Hall.

Key Points

  • Figuring out a solid approach is non-negotiable when tackling the metaverse. For Rafaella Camera, Head of Brands & Advertisers Solutions for Unreal Engines, taking a creator first approach has garnered massive success for the company. While a creator first approach isn’t for everyone, companies must figure out what works best in order to capitalize on their success.
  • With such vast possibilities within the metaverse, companies must focus not on what they think or hope will attract consumers, but pay attention to what consumers actually want. Looking at successful virtual patterns over the years can greatly help steer companies in the right direction.

Past
Speakers

  • Valerie Jarrett

    Former Obama White House Sr. Advisor

    Eric Yuan

    CEO, Zoom

    Tiger Tyagarajan

    CEO, Genpact

    Erika H. James

    Dean, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

    Bill McDermott

    President and CEO, ServiceNow

    Congresswoman Yvette Clarke

    U.S. Representative (NY)

    Caryn Seidman-Becker

    Co-Founder & Chairman, CLEAR

    Tsedal Neeley

    Professor, Harvard Business School

  • Dr. Scott Gottlieb

    Fmr Commissioner, Food & Drug Administration

    Mary-Frances Winters

    President & CEO, The Winters Group

    Cassandra Hatton

    Sotheby's Global Head of Science & Popular Culture Dept.

    Fran Katsoudas

    CHRO, Cisco & WEC Member

    Katy Milkman

    Professor, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

    Kenneth Feinberg

    Attorney, Mediation & Dispute Resolution

    Jim McKelvey

    Co-Founder, Square

    John Chambers

    JC2 Ventures CEO and Cisco Systems Chairman Emeritus

  • Henrique Dubugras

    Brex Co-Founder & Co-CEO

    Sharon Epperson

    CNBC Senior Personal Finance Correspondent

    Andrew Ross Sorkin

    “Squawk Box” Co-Anchor

    Jon Fortt

    “TechCheck” Co-Anchor

    Deirdre Bosa

    “TechCheck” Co-Anchor

    Julia Boorstin

    CNBC Senior Media & Entertainment Correspondent

    Meg Tirrell

    CNBC Senior Health & Science Reporter

    Seema Mody

    CNBC Global Markets Reporter and Host, “Trading Nation”