The 2022 WSJ Tech Live Conference Is Next Month: Here’s Everything You Need To Know

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The Wall Street Journal’s Tech Live conference is coming up next month. It’s slated for Oct. 24-26 in Laguna Beach, Calif., although there will also be a livestream of the event.

The WSJ bills its Tech Live conference as its “most exclusive technology event… where headlines and deals are made.”

What To Expect At The WSJ Tech Live Conference

During the three days of the event, attendees will have the chance to rub elbows with the top executives, regulators and creators in the technology industry.

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The WSJ Tech Live conference will offer plenty of networking opportunities, masterclasses, roundtables with investors and founders, exclusive newsroom interviews, and more.

Attendees at the event will also hear the latest on everything impacting the technology industry right now including the broad-based regulatory crackdowns in various parts of the world, the debate over freedom of speech versus censorship, and how the pandemic highlighted the staying power enjoyed by some of the best companies in the technology industry.

The WSJ Tech Live conference will also highlight the forces that are changing the tech industry forever at an unprecedented time of rapid transformation and fierce, growing competition.

Scheduled Speakers

The WSJ Tech Live conference is aimed at investors, established executives and founders. Scheduled speakers within the financial industry include: Roelof Botha of Sequoia Capital, Kirsten Green of Forerunner Ventures, Lydia Jett of SoftBank Investment Advisers, and Ravi Mhatre of Lightspeed Venture Partners.

Technology bigwigs scheduled to speak at the WSJ Tech Live event this year include: Sam Bankman-Fried of FTX, Intel CEO Patrick Gelsinger, Waymo Co-CEO Tekedra Mawakana, and Boston Dynamics CEO Robert Playter. Other speakers include DraftKings Co-Founder and CEO Jason Robins, actor and author Ben McKenzie, and Walt Disney CEO Bob Chapek.

Buying Tickets To WSJ Tech Live

Tickets to WSJ Tech Live are available only by invitation so you can request an invite to the ticket level you are interested in here. There are three ticket types.

The Laguna Pass sells for $5,500, while the Founder/ VC Laguna Bundle is $4,000. The online pass has been discounted to $325.

 The Wall Street Journal emphasized that Tech Live is specifically for senior executives, and only a limited amount of space is available for the most expensive ticket level. The WSJ Tech Live Team will review all registrations, which will be subject to approval.