Date & Time
Sunday, March 13, 2016
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM EDT
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Please join Capital One, EY, Intuit and Lyft for a private salon brunch on March 13 from 11:30am-1:30pm to discuss global public policy issues facing startups from around the world.
From consultations over privacy and online intermediaries in Europe to the new Transpacific Partnership in Asia to ongoing discussions over national security, immigration, fintech and the future of work, a variety of public policy issues have advanced over the past year that could shift the global landscape for entrepreneurship and innovation.
Representatives of governments, companies and startup communities from around the world will kick off a conversation moderated by the Global Innovation Forum over breakfast tacos and drinks to highlight and compare policy issues that entrepreneurs are facing as they engage in the global marketplace.
Given your expertise, we invite you to participate in this invitation only event. Come prepared to identify your top policy challenges for 2016 and how governments can work with startup communities to address these issues and enable their global success.
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