Zoomtopia was created to celebrate you. Join like-minded professionals who share your interest in the future of frictionless video communications.
From discussions on improving collaboration at your company, to working sessions on Zoom’s API’s, you’ll learn, be inspired, and have fun. Watch out for surprises at the show – our goal is to make you happy!
7:00am Breakfast + Registration + Expo
- Dave Berman| President| Zoom Video Communications
9:00am State of the Industry
- Eric Yuan | CEO | Zoom Video Communications
9:30am Fireside Chat
- Sir Michael Moritz | Partner | Sequoia Capital
Michael Moritz is a Partner of Sequoia Capital which he joined in 1986. He has helped Sequoia adjust to the profound changes in global technology and was one of the co-founders of its business in China and India; Sequoia Global Growth, a global technology fund; Sequoia Heritage, the firm’s single pool of globally diversified, long-term assets; and Sequoia Capital Global Equities, a public market fund. Michael has represented Sequoia on the boards of a number of companies including Flextronics, Google, Kayak, LinkedIn, PayPal and Yahoo!; and younger businesses such as Instacart, Klarna and Stripe.
Michael is the author of three books, Going For Broke, the Chrysler Story; The Little Kingdom, The Private Story of Apple; and most recently, LEADING, the best-seller he wrote with the longtime Manager of Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson. He is a graduate of Christ Church, Oxford and together with his wife, Harriet Heyman, has made a series of major donations to educational causes. He was knighted by the Queen of England in 2013.
10:15am Breakout Session - Part 1
Building a Video First Culture
- Scott Wharton | General Manager | Logitech
- Massimo Rapparini | CIO | Logitech
Come hear about the intersection of culture and technology as Logitech shares their story of how they built a video first culture. You’ll learn about the challenges, impact and key takeaways to help you build or strength your own video culture for better collaboration.
Working Remotely: The Great Debate
Moderator: Santi Subotovsky | Partner| Emergence Capital
Speaker: Wade Foster | CEO| Zapier
Remote workforces have become a topic of hot debate. Companies such as Yahoo and IBM are bringing their workforce back into the office for greater team synergy and efficiency; at the same time, many other companies are building remote workforces, allowing them to hire the most talented employees regardless of their location. Business leaders will debate the pros and cons of a remote workforce. Wade Foster, CEO of Zapier, a company known for it’s 100% remote workforce and it’s Bay Area relocation policy, will make the pro work-from-home argument. A corporate leader focused on bringing teams back into the office will take the con side. The debate will be moderated by Santi Subotovsky, partner at Emergence Capital, and will focus on issues such as productivity, attracting talent, costs, and team cohesion.
Running Huge, Freaking Online Events
Speaker: Joshua Jones | Zoom Expert
Gone are the days where your online event could only reliably handle a few dozen people. All-hands, lectures, webinars and many other types of large online events can be done with 100’s, 1000’s and beyond. In this session you will learn best practices for running big freaking online events with Zoom. You’ll hear from practitioners that have done it as well as from Zoom’s internal expert Joshua Jones.
How to Make Chat at Work Awesome
Speaker: Mila Krivoruchko | Lead Product Manager | Zoom
In this session you’ll hear how one company went from viewing internal Chat as a distraction to relying on it as the most effective tool for collaboration. You’ll learn key best practices on how to use Chat to boost productivity, increase communication transparency, and have fun with co-workers. Lastly, you’ll get a sneak peek into the future roadmap of Zoom Chat from Lead Product Manager Mila Krivoruchko.
Migrating to & Adopting Zoom
Moderator: Jim Mercer | Head of Customer Success| Zoom
- Michael Alcantara | Palo Alto Networks
- Kelley Cruse | University of Kentucky
Any major change in your collaboration technology stack can be overwhelming. In this session you will hear from a variety of organizations that have migrated to and adopted Zoom. You’ll learn about the opportunities, the bumps in the road and walk away with best practices that you can implement when you get back to the office. This session will be moderated by Jim Mercer, head of customer success from Zoom with Michael Alcantara from Palo Alto Networks, Johnny Jacques from Sonos and Kelley Cruse from the University of Kentucky.
11:15am Breakout Session - Part 2
The Science of Distributing Collaboration
Speaker: Paul Leonardi | Duca Family Professor of Technology Management | University of California, Santa Barbara
Organizations of all types – corporations, universities, NGOs – are increasingly creating teams, project networks, and advisory boards that comprise far-flung members. The evidence suggests that distributed collaboration can be useful for harnessing the best knowledge, accelerating innovation, and building products and services that meet user needs. But distributed collaboration is often difficult to manage due to a host of social, political and technological issues. We will discuss the latest scientific findings about how to overcome the challenges inherent in distributed collaboration to achieve increased performance. We will share examples from companies like General Motors, SAP, Discover, Rakuten, and Jive Software, about the specific plans they have created to implement these scientific findings to make distributed collaboration succeed.
The Office and the Classroom of the Future
Building Zoom Rooms
- Paul Sturm | Sr. Manager | GAP
- Anne Wilcox | Director of IT | Technology Crossover Ventures
Whether you’re putting video in executive offices, conference, huddle or training rooms, this session is for you. You’ll learn the best practices of how to easily deploy and manage Zoom Rooms from those that have done it. At the end of the session, hang around during lunch, we’ll have four Zoom Room hands on stations with experts standing by to answer your questions and show you the latest hardware.
Trust Us: Don't Build Your Own Video Platform
Building a video platform is hard. That is why we created the Zoom Developer platform. This session will be an overview of our developer platform. You’ll learn how the platform works, understand the resources available and hear from companies that have done it. We’ll have Zoom developer experts on-hand as well.
Zoom + The Kitchen Sink
Speaker: Ernie Perez | Director, Instructional Technologies | California State University, Northridge
Zoom was designed to fit within your collaboration stack. Learn how to integrate Zoom into just about any other application you may be using. Organizations that have been there and done that will share two case studies from two of our most popular integrations.
12:00pm Lunch + Expo
1:30pm CEO Panel
Moderator: Eric Yuan | CEO | Zoom Video Communications
- Peter Gassner | CEO | Veeva Systems
- Todd McKinnon | CEO & Co-founder | Okta
- Greg Schott | CEO | Mulesoft
2:15pm Product Keynote
3:00pm CIO Panel
Moderator: Michael Krigsman | Industry Analyst and Host | CXOTALK
- Yousuf Khan| CIO | Pure Storage
- Casey Santos| CIO| General Atlantic
3:45pm Surprise Entertainment
4:30pm Pushing the Boundaries of Video
- Janine Pelosi | Head of Marketing | Zoom Video Communications
- Dr. Michael Katz | Chief Medical Director Gastroenterology | CHOC
- Michelle Moghtader | Director of Global Development / Co-Founder | Shared Studios
4:50pm Zoom Closing Remarks
5:00pm Expo Hall
6:30pm Celebration of Happiness
Join us for dinner, drinks and surprise entertainment sponsored by Logitech.
It’s one jam-packed day of learning and inspiration where you will make connections, learn best practices and peer into the future of communication. This will prepare YOU to make a positive impact not just in how you work, but how to impact your entire organization.
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Registration & Pricing
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San Mateo County Event Center
Zoom has secured a limited number of discounted rooms at the Courtyard San Mateo for Zoomtopia attendees. These rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve your room here.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Zoomtopia?
It’s one jam-packed day of learning and inspiration where you will make connections, learn best practices and peer into the future of communication. Zoomtopia will prepare YOU to make a positive impact throughout your organization.
Who should attend Zoomtopia and why?
If you’re passionate about communication, video, the future of work or IT, this conference is for you. Network with peers, hear from industry leaders and learn how to maximize your Zoom investment.
What is the recommended dress code for Zoomtopia?
Zoomtopia will be an indoor event with some outdoor elements. We recommend business casual, but there is no enforced dress code. The Bay Area can get hot during the day and chilly in the evenings, so take this into consideration when planning your attire.
What is the cancellation policy?
Cancellations must be received in writing by 5:00 pm (PDT) 7 days before the event (September 15, 2017) to be eligible for a refund, less a $50 (USD) processing fee. There will be no refunds for cancellations received after 5:00 PM (PDT) on September 15, 2017. Please send your cancellation request to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, email address, and registration confirmation number.
What is your Substitution policy?
If you are unable to attend, you may substitute one colleague’s name per registration. All submissions must be received in writing by 5:00 pm (PDT) on September 18, 2017. Please submit your substitution request to email@example.com and include the original registrant’s name, email address, and registration confirmation number. Also, provide the new registrants: name, job title, work address, phone number, and email address. A registration confirmation will be sent to the new registrant once the substitution is confirmed.
Do you offer discounts for non-profit?
How do I register for a group?
Select the Group Discount (4+) option on the registration page.
Do you have a speaker submission process and who is eligible to speak?
To access the speaker submission form, go to Zoomtopia.com or click here to go directly to the submission form
Are sponsorships available?
Yes, email your sponsorship inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org
I am coming out of town, what hotel is available? Are there special rates?
Yes, a limited number of discounted rooms are available on a first-come, first-serve basis at:
Courtyard San Mateo Foster City
550 Shell Blvd
Foster City, CA 94404 USA
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I am disabled, is the event ADA accessible?
Yes. If you have an ADA inquiry, please send an email to email@example.com.
What if I have dietary restrictions?
When registering, please include your dietary restriction on the registration order form. This is not a nut free conference.
What meals are provided?
Attendees can expect to receive food & beverage selections at breakfast, lunch, and the evening reception. If you have allergies or dietary restrictions, please be sure to make a note of it in your registration. This is not a nut free conference, but we will do our best to make accommodations for those with extreme allergies.
Do I need to register for sessions?
Can I register on site? Hours & location?
Yes, onsite registration costs $895
You can register at the registration/info counters in the Fiesta Hall in the West Entrance Lobby
Registration Hours: 6:30AM – 4:00PM
Information Hours: 6:30AM – 8:00PM
How do I apply a promo code?
Click the promo code link at the top of the registration form and enter the code accordingly
Which airport is closest to San Mateo?
The San Francisco International Airport is 8.5 miles to the San Mateo Event Center
The Oakland International Airport is 23.9 miles to the San Mateo Event Center
Where do I park and how much is parking?
Parking is free, compliments of Zoom. Please park in the West Parking lot off S Delaware St. If that lot is full, you can also park in the East Parking lot off Saratoga Drive.
Call for Speakers
Do you have an inspiring story or ground-breaking idea about the future of video, embedding Zoom into your workflows, collaboration or IT change management? Tell us about it for an opportunity to share your thought leadership with the Zoom community.