WE CONNECT THE BAY AREA TECHNOLOGY SECTOR
TO OTHER TECH HUBS AROUND THE WORLD
The Bay Area
technology sector to
other tech hubs around
The sectors where
the Bay Area has a
Tech leaders, experts
and investors across
the Bay Area
Early stage ventures
to become airborne
by working with
Bay Area Counties
How to Become an Advocate
Tech Bay Area Advocates (TBAA) is open
to anyone, and the group has no
membership fees. Existing Advocates
invite Advocates. Prospective Advocates
are reviewed through the Board then
invited in to the organization ...
Working Groups Moving the Initiatives Forward
for Greater Good
Between events, progress is made
through Working Groups. The role
of the Working Group is to identify
achievable objectives in a timeframe
which contribute to the good of the
Tech Community and in the overall
communities we reside in ...
There is no time commitment or
minimum engagement level
required to being an Advocate;
you can participate in and engage
with the group as much or as little
as you like. There are however three
asks of each Advocate, irrespective
of their level of engagement ...
13th November 2017, 1:30pm-7:30pm, at Sonoma State University
Join us for our next forum on 13th November 2017, at 1:30 pm at Sonoma State University. Featuring Keynote speaker Jonathan Miranda, Salesforce Director of Strategy, on the impact of future tech trends in our business and personal lives.
Fast-paced panels include Founders and CEOs of VR/AR, Investors/VCs/Angels with both traditional and disruptive funding models, Entrepreneurs Showcase including Girls in Tech, EdTech/Makers, BusinessTech, CreativeTech and more. A WineTech panel and Shark Tank led by Leslie Sbrocco, PBS Talk Show Host of Check, Please, featuring wine apps and agtech are followed by a wine and food pairing reception.