Travel Tech Con is an independent conference made for and by the travel tech community. Get inspired by emerging technologies and grow long lasting opportunities for your startup.
We are the first and only conference dedicated to travel startups. We know how hard it is to crack into travel industry and we aim to make it a friendlier place for startups.
Following the success of 2016 Conference, we're doubling the program to include technology and business tracks, workshops day and a pitch competition with exciting prizes.
Travel Tech Con is the only conference that offers hands-on workshops for engineers working in travel tech. Building a travel app or business software for travel? No need to struggle to figure out your stack, tools, APIs and data sources, we'll get you covered!
Three days, 2 Tracks, 500 Participants
Join us for something a bit more interesting than the stuffy cookie cutter hotels!
We'll see you at Home on the Treasure Island - expect beautiful & cozy space, gorgeous views of San Francisco and a friendly crowd of like minded people! Lots of meeting rooms, comfy networking lounges, free parking and shuttles.
What your ticket will get you...
Speakers & Startups
Adam Goldstein - Co-Founder of Hipmunk
Adam is a full-time travel nerd who founded Hipmunk just weeks after his graduation from MIT in June 2010. At MIT, he earned degrees in electrical engineering/computer science and mechanical engineering, and was the North American Debating Champion in 2010.
David Low, Lead Developer Advocate at Skyscanner
David created and now leads the Developer Advocacy program at Skyscanner, the world’s travel search engine. In his role, David looks after external developer relations, working to grow the evangelist developer community around Skyscanner and the Skyscanner API.
Mat Hubert, Co-Founder at Bitmatica
Matt Hubert consults with organizations on product, design, and engineering strategy, and focuses on using user experience as the key to innovation. Matt is also a compulsive traveller, having spent time in nearly 50 countries and an equal amount of time dealing with the reservation systems, loyalty programs, and fare classes to get him there. He has a degree in computer science from UCSB.
Want discounted TTC tickets, exclusive events (and more)?
Become a Travel Tech Con Startup and join the Travel Tech Hub! Startups in the Travel Tech Startup program are companies that are on the forefront of moving the travel industry forward. Our members receive numerous benefits that allow them to be successful in changing the travel landscape. More information and how to apply here!