REDWOOD CITY, Calif., July 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Global Silicon Valley announced that it will host the second annual GSV Pioneer Summit, September 14-15, on the campus of GSVlabs in Redwood City, CA. The Summit's mission is to accelerate transformative ideas by bringing together visionary founders, investors, and leaders who are changing the world for good. Attendees will explore the industries of the future, focusing on exponential machines, human renaissance, commerce transformations, a sustainable world, and moonshot startups.
"We launched the Pioneer Summit last year to bring together leaders from across the emerging Global Silicon Valley," said GSV co-founder Michael Moe. "Our goal is the catalyze exponential ideas and create a dynamic ecosystem for entrepreneurs, investors, and change agents."
Confirmed speakers for the 2016 Pioneer Summit include mavericks who have built and lead transformative companies such as PayPal, eBay, Palantir, Coursera, Apple, Enjoy, JetBlue Technology Ventures, and more. They include John Donahoe, Joe Lonsdale, Lila Ibrahim, Bonny Simi, and Ron Johnson, with additional keynotes added weekly.
The Summit will also feature emerging entrepreneurs from around the globe. Presenting startups from the 2015 Summit raised over $4.5 billion of venture capital combined.
To register for the 2016 GSV Pioneer Summit, please go to: pioneersummit.com. Early bird discounts are available now.
GSV Pioneer Summit
The GSV Pioneer Summit is a technology conference in the heart of Silicon Valley focused on the people and companies building the future. The Pioneer Summit convenes a global community of entrepreneurs and connects them with leading investors and corporations who can help scale their companies. Located in GSVlabs in Redwood City, California, the 2016 GSV Pioneer Summit runs September 14-15, 2016.
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