You could be a winner! Enter our Skift Tech Forum contest for the chance to win two free tickets to the inaugural event in Silicon Valley on June 12th.
The inaugural Skift Tech Forum is coming up fast, and we’re so excited to make a BIG announcement.
Starting today, you can enter our contest for the chance to win 2 FREE TICKETS to attend Skift Tech Forum!
Our 20+ talks with c-suite leaders and innovators in tech will provide perspective on the huge disruptions retailing, distribution, and merchandising has seen over the past two decades of online travel and technology.
We know insights like these are even better when shared, so we’re giving away two tickets for and a colleague to sit back and absorb everything you’ll learn at the Forum. One lucky winner will receive this world-class prize:
- Two (2) FREE tickets to attend Skift Tech Forum in Silicon Valley on June 12, 2018
- Full access to all parts of the forum, including the opening event on June 11th, breakfast and lunch, exhibit area access, cocktail reception, and mobile app for networking
- One (1) hotel overnight stay. See the official rules for more details.
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Are you too impatient to wait for us to announce the winner? Then register for Skift Tech Forum today!
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