Now in its seventh year, Webby Talks is an in-depth, thought-provoking look at a current trend we see happening Online and in the world at large. See our schedule to find out when we’ll be in your city, here.
OUR NEXT WEBBY TALK TOUR WILL BEGIN SEPTEMBER 2017 – JANUARY 2018. 17 CITIES. 250+ MEETINGS WITH THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST IN THE DIGITAL WORLD.
Presenting The Latest Internet Trends
Webby Talks is our unique view into the ever-changing landscape of what’s happening online, designed to provoke and inspire by highlighting some of the most interesting trends, and innovative work on the Internet. The presentation runs for 30-45 minutes and is based on research from more than 13,000 entries into last year’s Webby Awards, and a recent survey of 2,000 Americans.
This Year our focus is This Automated Life: How advanced algorithms, machine learning and bots redefine every aspect of modern life, including what it means to be human.
Last year The Webby Awards executive team visited the 250 of the best and brightest Advertising, Media, Technology companies and Start-Ups around the world including: Widen + Kennedy, BBDO NY, PRETTYBIRD, The Washington Post, Atlantic Media, Refinery29, Guardian News Media, BBC, IBM, Google and Lyft.
As you might’ve guessed, we love to talk… If you want to meet up with Team Webby, fill us in on your latest endeavor, or even just have a chat, drop us a line at email@example.com.
|We are proud to announce to present WP Engine as an official sponsor of our Webby Talks Tour. WP Engine powers amazing digital experiences for websites and applications built on WordPress. The company’s premium managed hosting platform provides the performance, reliability, and security required by the biggest brands in the world while remaining affordable and intuitive for smaller businesses and individuals.|
|We are proud to present YouGov as our official research sponsor for this year’s Webby Talks Tour. YouGov is a pioneer of online market research. With offices and panelists around the globe,they are driven by a simple idea: the more people participate in the decisions made by the institutions serving them, the better those decisions will be.|