Bradley Tusk is relatively unique among investors. Where other VCs shy away from heavily regulated industries and businesses, Tusk leans in.
At a time when good governance is front and center, and innovative thinking to evolve the status quo is necessary, we couldn’t be more thrilled to have Tusk join us for a live Q&A session.
In the last decade, public perception of the tech industry has changed dramatically. When Tusk first invested in Uber, the ‘ask for forgiveness, not permission’ era was well underway. Since, tech has slowly been seen as an enemy after an erosion of public trust by big and small firms alike. Has the coronavirus pandemic shifted the tide of public sentiment in favor of tech? This is but one of many questions we’ll ask Tusk.
We’re also excited to hear from Tusk on adaptation strategies for tech startups during this time, how they can catch the ear of government officials and regulators during COVID-19 in a way they couldn’t just a few months ago, and how founders can be better leaders to their companies during a time of crisis.
We’ll also chat specifically about the potential of digitized voting tools and the explosion of telehealth amidst the pandemic.
There will be plenty of time for audience questions, so come prepared!
Hit up this link to drop the Zoom details into your calendar! See you there!