The votes are in: Meet the winners of the Disrupt 2024 roundtable

We just announced the winners of last week's breakout session. Now get to know the roundtable sessions that truly “completed” the competition for this year's public choice program Disrupt 2024. With five amazing sessions that secured their place among thousands of voices from around the world, these finalists proved they have what it takes to make things happen. You'll take away that same can-do attitude and know-how by attending their October roundtable sessions. Let's meet the winners!

Enterprise GTM is broken. Here's how to fix it

Speaker: SC Moatti, founder and managing partner of Mighty Capital

The old tactics no longer work. How do you cut through the noise in an age where machines bombard the inbox with emails thousands of times a week to ensure the right decision makers deliver the message to the target enterprise? Drawing on the expertise and lessons learned from helping more than half a million product leaders hone their GTM strategy, SC Moatti will lead this collaborative session exploring the challenges and opportunities of the enterprise GTM space. Founders and operators will walk away with the tools they need to make real progress toward their entrepreneurial ambitions.

Is there such a thing as 'startup within a large company'?

Speaker: Prerit Uppal, Group Product Leader, Adobe Inc.

What if more business managers tapped into the same entrepreneurial spirit that drove Tesla's Elon Musk and Amazon's Jeff Bezos to success? Large companies, which are often overlooked when it comes to innovation, are actually fertile ground for this. Just look at products like Post-it Notes from 3M or the Sony PlayStation, which started as internal projects and grew into separate success stories as new business units. The best innovators create new ventures within large corporations.

The conclusion revolves around understanding the essentials of starting a business within a larger company and the actionable steps required to do so successfully.

Next-generation medicine: AI simulation that generates new data to accelerate drug discovery

Speaker: Jack Hidary, CEO, SandboxAQ

AI models require massive amounts of data to complete a given task, but what if this data doesn't exist? SandboxAQ CEO Jack Hidary and Jim Breyer of Breyer Capital will discuss how AI and quantum-driven simulation are generating the missing data that AI models need to accelerate drug discovery – leading to breakthroughs for challenging conditions like Alzheimer's, while the time, costs and risks of developing new medicines are reduced. drugs. Jack and Jim will show how UCSF, Riboscience and other biopharmaceutical researchers use simulation to turn molecules into drugs, and recent findings show how simulation data is exceeding our wildest expectations.

Shoppertainment 2024: The future of consumer and commerce

Speaker: Khanh Ngo, Monetization Strategy and Operations, APAC and MEA – TikTok

Discover new insights that decode consumer behavior. What does this mean for businesses, and how can you thrive in this $1 trillion retail space?

Winning at startup PR without paying for an agency, with ex-JS editor Josh Constine

Speaker: Josh Constine, Venture Partner, SignalFire

Are you tired of emailing reporters with no response and don't want to cough up $15,000 a month for a PR agency? Lesson one: it's about what the audience wants to hear, not what you want to say. With the right mix of short stories and data-driven content, you can learn how to pitch to the press yourself. In this roundtable session led by former JS editor-in-chief turned VC Josh Constine, you'll get the playbook on how to teach readers while boosting your fundraising, recruiting, and sales. Ask your biggest questions about how PR works and hear what red flags could get your pitches deleted.

Isn't that a line-up?! And we will organize dozens more roundtable discussions for you this year. Make sure you get your ticket here.

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