What’s Next for Silicon Valley? Join Barron’s for an Exclusive Tech Investing Summit

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IBM CEO Arvind Krishna is one of many tech leaders joining Barron’s Investing in Tech virtual summit this Thursday, June 23.

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It’s been a difficult year for tech investors, with the Nasdaq Composite down close to 30%, and many household stocks suffering declines of 50% or more. No doubt bargains have been created in the process, but a slowing economy will play havoc with the industry’s fundamentals, making it difficult to find the real values.

That makes it a perfect time for the third edition of Barron’s Investing In Tech, a virtual summit with 14 industry leaders that takes place this Thursday, June 23, starting at 11 a.m. Eastern. The goal is to provide investors with fresh insights on the state of the tech industry and the economy. Sign up now to join us.

This year’s program includes key players in the global tech economy, including IBM (ticker: IBM) CEO Arvind Krishna; C3.ai (AI) founder and CEO Tom Siebel; Cisco (CSCO) CFO Scott Herren; Intel (INTC) CFO Dave Zinsner; Microsoft (MSFT) Executive Vice President Christopher Young; Zoom Video (ZM) CFO Kelly Steckelberg; and Intuit (INTU) CFO Michelle Clatterbuck.

From the investment world, guests include Katy Huberty, hardware analyst and head of U.S. equity research at Morgan Stanley; Henry Ellenbogen, chief investment officer at Durable Capital Partners; Aileen Lee, founder and partner at Cowboy Ventures; and Lisa Ellis, fintech analyst at MoffettNathanson.

Resilinc CEO Bindiya Vakil will discuss the global supply chain crisis; Sportradar (SRAD) CEO Carsten Koerl will talk about the online sports gambling market; and Reservoir Media (RSVR) CEO Golnar Khosrowshahi will provide an update on the music industry.

Write to Eric J. Savitz at eric.savitz@barrons.com