As re:Invent 2021 nears, many attendees are packing their blazers and sensible sneakers to head to Las Vegas. But if you’re not able to be there in person—or if you’re allergic to neon signs and magic shows—here are eight reasons why you’ll get just as much out of attending virtual re:Invent.
AWS re:Invent 2021 is back, live and in-person once more. This year, we partnered with AWS Community Hero, Martin Buberl, to create an attendee guide specifically for startup attendees. Martin loves the fast pace of constantly iterating, building, and shipping products that customers love—it keeps him coming back for more. If you love to explore how AWS has changed the game for how rapidly you can turn ideas into products that scale, then his guide is for you. Here are the highlights of what to expect this year.
As the Worldwide-Go-to-Market Strategy Specialist for Healthcare and Life Sciences startups at AWS, Alexis Moinpour is thrilled to share the top Healthcare and Life Sciences (HCLS) sessions to attend from AWS re:Invent 2020.
We’re helping founders who sell to enterprises that are going through large innovation challenges. If that sounds like you, great! Mark Zmarzly, Business Development Manager for Startups will help you assemble a custom schedule for making the most out of your AWS re:Invent 2020 conference experience.
Here’s how to maximize AWS re:Invent 2020 as a fintech startup.
Welcome to re:Invent 2020! We’ve joined forces as a solutions architect and leader in startup business development to share our top session picks for B2B SaaS startups at this year’s conference.
Re:Invent 2020 is here!
Biotech Companies at Re:Invent 2019 Demonstrate How Cloud Computing Helps Turn Science Fiction Into Reality
During re:Invent 2019, the AWS Health Care/Life Sciences team hosted an afternoon of sessions. Talks were organized into two main topics: Computational Biology and Chemistry for Drug Discovery and Development, and Machine Learning in Biotech R&D.
Bill Leblanc, CTO of data security startup Ionic Security, walks through how the software security policy layer works to correctly identify and categorize data, what trends he’s seeing within the industry, and what’s on the roadmap for the year ahead.
Last year, the AWS Startups team put together a central place for all things startups at re:Invent 2019. Located in the Venetian expo hall and featuring a variety of activities, the space—dubbed Startup Central—was bustling from beginning to end. Check out all the talks from the Startup Central Theater here.