Live from
Connect 2017

Moscone West
San Francisco, CA
February 20 – 23
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Why attend?

Expand your knowledge
and training

Learn how collaborative technologies can make work easier. Gain insights in over 200 sessions, labs and countless networking opportunities. Hear from industry-leading companies like Southwest Airlines, Wells Fargo, AT&T, Telefônica and Sierra Nevada.

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Unleash your potential

See the future unfold in our main stage presentations. Experience the latest innovations, trends, success stories and hear from TEDTalk star Sheena Iyengar and Grammy-winning composer and conductor Eric Whitacre.

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Experience breakthrough solutions first-hand

It’s easy to talk about innovation. It’s another thing to touch it, talk to it and realize it. Visit the EXPO to see and learn how it’s done. Experience solutions from Box and Cisco. Demo IBM Connections, Notes, Domino and IBM Watson Workspace. And test your wits in the Watson Work Escape Room.

Sponsors & Exhibitors

Explore our Innovation Labs

Explore our new Innovation Lab, featuring over 10 of the latest IBM Research projects. Visit the IBM Design Studio to get up to speed on the latest product design solutions. Stop by the Developers Lab Area for a demo and a chat.

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Stay connected

Guest speaker: Dr. Sheena Iyengar

Learn how people make decisions in a world full of options.

Divergent Solutions

Divergent Solutions Shares What You Can't Miss at Connect.

What inspires our IBM Champions every day?

Learn more from these innovative thought leaders.

panagenda

Why panagenda Says Connect 2017 is Critical.

Save up to $400 on Connect

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IBM Events mobile app

Now available to download for registered Connect attendees.

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Redefine Work with Watson

Inhi Suh's Introduction to Connect 2017

Compete and win!

Show off your programming skills at the Connect 2017 Hackathon.

Learn from experts

Hear from IBM Champions and IBM Business Partners like Cisco, Box, Actiance, and GENBAND.

Guest speaker: Dr. Sheena Iyengar

Learn how people make decisions in a world full of options.

Divergent Solutions

Divergent Solutions Shares What You Can't Miss at Connect.

What inspires our IBM Champions every day?

Learn more from these innovative thought leaders.

panagenda

Why panagenda Says Connect 2017 is Critical.

Save up to $400 on Connect

Make any purchase in the IBM Marketplace and save.

IBM Events mobile app

Now available to download for registered Connect attendees.

iPhone     Android

Redefine Work with Watson

Inhi Suh's Introduction to Connect 2017

Compete and win!

Show off your programming skills at the Connect 2017 Hackathon.

Learn from experts

Hear from IBM Champions and IBM Business Partners like Cisco, Box, Actiance, and GENBAND.

Curriculum

Connect offers a unique educational experience tailored to your needs, regardless of track, topic or role. From business content to deep-dive technical sessions, the curriculum is designed to help you quickly and easily reimagine everyday work.

Tracks

There are three primary tracks to help guide you along your journey: Strategy and Business; Emerging Technologies; Development, Design and Tools.

Topics

Take advantage of more than 200 sessions on topics specific to your business challenge.

Roles

Maximize the success of your professional journey by learning the new skills required to reshape your business.

What to expect

Connect 2017 will offer a wide variety of session types for you to experience. Most session types will range between 20 – 45 minutes, featuring a presentation followed by a short question-and-answer segment. View a breakdown of what you can expect from each.

Location

Moscone West
800 Howard Street,
San Francisco,
CA 94107

Considered one of the world's leading experts on choice, Dr. Iyengar’s core research focuses on the psychology of choice and decision-making, addressing how humans face challenges in a world where they are inundated with options.

Her book, “The Art of Choosing,” explores topics such as, why choice is powerful and where its power comes from, the ways in which people make choices, and the relationship between how we choose and who we are.

When Dr. Iyengar was three years old, she was diagnosed with a rare form of retinitis pigmentosa, an inherited disease of retinal degeneration. By 6th grade, she had lost the ability to read, and by 11th grade, she had lost her sight entirely and could only perceive light.

She graduated from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and earned Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Stanford University and joined the Columbia faculty in 1998.

February 20 – 23
Moscone West
San Francisco, CA