The 5th Annual Black Is Tech Conference takes place on August 7 – 11, 2023. This year, we are returning to full in-person experiences with Speaking Stages, an Expo, Breakouts, Happy Hours, Specialized workshops and so much more…all IN-PERSON.
The in-person events will take place at the prestigious Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA from August 9-11, 2023.
For those still looking to enjoy the virtual experience at the Conference, we’ll kick off on August 7 with all the exciting activities online attendees have come to love over the past 3 years. The Virtual Experience takes place from August 7 – 9, 2023 and closes on August 9 when we officially begin the In-person part of the Conference.
This year, we are expecting 10,000 attendees in-person and an additional 15,000 attendees virtually, bringing a total attendance of 20,000 – 25,000. All General Admission virtual tickets are still FREE. In-person tickets start at an affordable price of $149 for the Early Bird General Admission. **More details on the ticketing page.
The Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA + Online
August 7 – 11, 2023
Our goal is to use our platform to create connections between our audiences and also provide the resources necessary to create significant impact in the tech industry. Speakers share their experiences and outlook on the state of tech and its future impact on the world, especially for Black communities; attendees learn skills they need to be competitive and become significant players in an ever-changing tech ecosystem; companies connect with attendees as well as enhance their diversity initiatives and workforce.
This year, 20000+ professionals, students and entrepreneurs will be part of the movement – one that creates a future where Black representation and impact in tech is real and respected.
We are coming with so much more at the Black Is Tech Conference this year including a return to full in-person activities.
Attendees can expect to experience the best of in-person connections, learning, networking and so much more. And if you are unable to make it to Atlanta, the virtual component of the Conference still takes place online.
Stay tuned for our official schedule announcements for both the in-person and virtual experiences at the Conference this year!