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New England’s largest and fastest-growing innovation festival.
An epic celebration of innovation, technology, and entrepreneurship.
“The Event of the Year” – 2020 CT Entrepreneur Awards
The events of 2020 are reshaping the opinions, behaviors, and values of a generation. Whether working for a large corporation or a small startup, surviving and thriving in this environment dominates strategic planning and decision making today. Stamford Innovation Week’s events, speakers, and panels will help you survive and thrive in these challenging times.
Stamford Innovation Week is New England’s largest and fastest-growing innovation festival. Named the ‘Event of the Year’ by the 2020 CT Entrepreneur Awards, SiW draws companies and crowds from across the United States and around the world. In 2019, SiW saw nearly 3,000 unique attendees.
Back for 2020, SiW is here to help you ‘Survive, then Thrive’ during these challenging times. With nearly 150 speakers taking on the toughest topics of our times there is truly something for everyone.
To learn more about our sessions, speakers, and to register please visit https://siweek.org
Stamford Innovation Week to be Postponed due to Delta
Friends, This week, the Stamford Innovation Week team and committee made the tough but necessary decision to postpone SiW 2021 until next year. We are still planning some virtual sessions and smaller networking events for this year, and will be sending more information on those activities in the coming weeks.This decision was made in consideration of the current surge of COVID-19 cases driven by the Delta variant. The health, safety, and comfort of our attendees, speakers, and sponsors remains our greatest concern.
Here are answers to some questions that you may have:
If I already bought a ticket, what happens?
You should have already received an automatic refund for the full ticket price. If you purchased a ticket and do not see your refund as processed, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do you know you’ll be able to do the event in 2022?
Currently the CDC forecast estimates the rise of daily infection rates to increase through mid-September, but then decrease for the rest of the calendar year. It is impossible to say for sure what the future holds, but we are confident that the CDC estimates and public readiness will be sufficient for a compelling event in 2022.
How does this change impact speakers?
We have communicated this change to our speakers and already secured commitments from a vast majority of the speakers for virtual workshops, and other exciting virtual content.
What happens next?