The “Woke” Corporation

Different inside and out

Today, companies are expected to behave well both in public and private. They are held accountable for bias and blindness. They must be both good environments to work in and good for the environment. To be a best-in-class company in the 2020s, corporations will have to get woke.


New External Expectations

Today companies must navigate complex social rules and changing social norms. The impact of a company’s products and policies on communities has never been more visible. Companies must find their role in the fabric of society or find themselves left out.


New Internal Rules

Beyond asking for safety, inclusion and equality, workers want a fulfilling and ethical career from their workplaces in the 2020s. The new rules for engagement must balance the needs of the individual and the company collective, redefining what a professional community can mean.


Does this sound interesting?

If you want to meet people at the top of their game who believe in solving big problems, then we’ve got good news for you. This June, in San Francisco, we are throwing a 2-day conference and week-long summit series tackling the largest issues of our era. Let us know today if you’re interested — we can’t wait to meet you.



Hear From Experts:

Here are some of the other topics we’re covering at Tulip 2019


The Privacy Paradox

This is a real pandoras box


Blockchain Promise in a Crypto Winter

Progress is messy business


The Missing Billions

The largest technological transformation in human history is only half-done

Arms of the Future

The Front Lines of Automation


We need to talk about Disasters

How we can all play our part in saving lives


The “Woke” Corporation

Different inside and out



Tulip Conference & SF Tech Week

• 2-Day Conference

• 3 Days of Summits

San Francisco · June 2019