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November 14-15, 2016 / San Francisco


Get on top of how work will work in the next five years. Executives across industries old and new say more change is coming in the next five years than happened in the last 50.

The changes are already pouring in. From LinkedIn being bought by Microsoft for a substantial sum to San Francisco legislating transportation and the gig economy, they’ll keep coming.

You’re responsible for shaping corporate culture. You’re trying to understand the changing nature of your workforce and the gig economy. Your traditional enterprise is being upended by a startup. You need to be at Code Enterprise.

You’ll hear the passion and real-world dynamism of the executives leading these changes. It’ll have you talking about, thinking about and working towards the evolution of your enterprise for years to come. Here’s what’s in store.

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DAY ONE: On-Location With Code Enterprise

Go behind the scenes and into the workspace of your choice of companies for a 90-minute tour with executives. You’ll not only see where they work, you’ll find out how they work, so you can take this insight back to your workplace.

Pinterest: More than 150 million people around the world use Pinterest every month to find 75 billion ideas. Get a sneak peek at this content sharing service’s plan to leverage Artificial Intelligence to help shoppers hunt down items to buy using Pinterest and their smartphones with Evan Sharp, Founder and Chief Creative Officer and June Andrews, Data Scientist.

Thumbtack: Founder Marco Zappacosta gives you his take on the gig economy while taking you into the heart of a company that’s transforming where and how people work. Get the inside scoop on how two of Thumbtack’s small-business owners have grown their business exponentially by using the company’s platform.

Salesforce with McKinsey & Co.: Artificial intelligence is the next great technology transforming how we live and work. Hear how Salesforce’s most innovative customers are getting smarter and more predictive about their own customers. And get an early glimpse of new research from the McKinsey Global Institute on data, analytics and how technology will continue to drive decision making.

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DAY TWO— Enjoy Recode’s signature interviews

Take part in a day of insightful interviews about the future of newly purchased LinkedIn, how your company culture is impacted by the gig economy, and much more. It’s all led by Recode’s Kara Swisher, with plenty of time for networking.

You’ll hear from top-level people helming companies that are changing the face of work and regulators helping constituents grapple with this change.

You cannot absorb the import of what these leaders have to say by simply reading articles or watching a video. Hear them out in person, ask your own questions—then take what you’ve learned with you, and be ready for the changing rules of work.

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Monica Adractas, Director, Workplace by Facebook, Americas
Just out of pilot, Workplace by Facebook is already used by more than 1,000 companies. Its goal, says Adractas – change the ways companies operate, by making the interns just as connected as the CEO.

Julien Codorniou, Director, Workplace by Facebook
Will this new social network for work challenge Slack head on? Will gaming play a role? Codorniou knows, and will share his insights.

Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom
Estimates say that freelancers now comprise 34 percent of the U.S. workforce. Gavin Newsom will touch on how the gig economy impacts legislation and our economy overall.

Stacy Brown-Philpot, CEO of TaskRabbit
Brown-Philpot will be on hand to answer questions about the gig economy and how it’s been given new life by a faction of tech startups-turned-industry staples.


November 14, 2016

12:30 PM
On Location @ Salesforce (Lunch Provided)
2:30 PM
On Location @ Pinterest and Thumbtack
4:00 PM
Registration and Welcome Reception
5:00 PM
Opening Session - An Interview with Marc Benioff
6:00 PM
Networking Reception

November 15, 2016

8:00 AM
Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00 AM
General Session
10:30 AM
Coffee Break
11:00 AM
General Session
1:00 PM
2:30 PM
General Session
4:30 PM
Closing Reception

Who Should Attend

Code Enterprise is an experience reserved for senior-level executives—key decision-makers overseeing strategy at leading companies. Attendees will hold titles such as CDO, CTO, CMO and VP.

At this event, you’ll meet other C-level executives, as well as leaders of companies shaping the workplace as we know it. With plenty of time for networking, this is a unique opportunity to get into conversation with some of the most sought-after senior executives across industries. Don’t miss it.


Code Enterprise Standard Registration—$1,895

Registration includes full access to Code Enterprise onstage interviews, networking and meals on November 15, from 8:30AM – 6PM, as well as the welcome reception on the evening of November 14 and On Location with Code Enterprise, a rare chance to go inside the companies leading the changing workplace. Hosted by the executives themselves, On Location with Code Enterprise includes one 90-minute exclusive workshop at the company of your choice on the afternoon of November 14.

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