There’s something special about innovation in San Francisco. For one, the city is a startup mecca: It’s bursting at the seams with forward-thinking companies, from established giants like Twitter and Pinterest to the next big things of the digital world. For another, its rich culture didn’t fade after the Summer of Love; creatives continue to flock to the city, which boasts festivals like Hardly Strictly Bluegrass and renowned museums like the DeYoung.
It’s no surprise, then, that the music-tech community found a home in the City by the Bay. Like San Francisco itself, the SF MusicTech Summit celebrates the intersection between art and technology. The conference draws influencers, musicians and more to Japantown’s Hotel Kabuki and provides a unique outlet for discussions and deal making. It has become a premiere gathering place for music-tech pioneers of all stripes, and game-changing businesses have formed on the summit floor.
The Oct. 9 conference, which takes place during San Francisco’s Innovation Month, now incorporates a whole week of music and music-tech events. From Singly.com’s SF MusicTech Hack Day to BAMM.tv’s Open House, SF MusicTech Week is rife with opportunities to make deals, discuss ideas, generate leads, and consider the industry’s future.
One of the most inspiring conferences of the year, the SF MusicTech Summit is a don’t-miss event. The summit has something for everyone in the ever-expanding field of music-technology: musicians, entrepreneurs, developers, label execs, VCs and beyond. Be part of the conversation, and help shape the industry’s future.