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Techweek descends on Manhattan's 82 Mercer on October 17 for a day that celebrates innovation and offers a glimpse into the future.
What started in Chicago in 2011 as a small assemblage of technology entrepreneurs and enthusiasts is now a five-city road show celebrating innovation ecosystems and bringing bright minds together across the country. The robust growth should hardly be surprising, as Techweek's very foundation is built upon a steadfast orientation toward a brighter, better-connected future. Each event—one each year in New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago and Detroit—brings together the brightest minds in fields such as web development, fashion, technology, and media. With a slate chock-full of conferences, summits, speeches, and parties to attend, opportunities for rubbing elbows with tech industry bigwigs are abound.
This year's inaugural event in Detroit will include a range of speakers, including The Onion's CEO Steve Hannah, the Detroit Lions' CFO Luis Perez, and Politico CTO Ryan Mannion. Past year's events in other cities have included appearances by companies such as Gilt, Bonobos, and Ahalife, as well as presentations from Jason Fried of 37signals, and sponsors such as Google, General Motors, and Virgin America.