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EVENTS

49th Annual

Technology, Media &

Communications

Conference

May 24-26, 2021 | Virtual

May 24-26, 2021

The annual Technology, Media and Communications Conference is one of the first established and largest sector-focused financial conference in the industry. It’s the key J.P. Morgan investor event for the technology, media and communications industries featuring sectors such as Hardware, Semiconductors, Semi-cap Equipment, Media, Internet and more.

Over 3,000+ established industry leaders, emerging fast-growth companies, innovative creators and globally-minded service providers will meet with the firm’s leading Corporate & Investment Bank teams.

3K+
Total Attendees

2021 Keynotes

John Stankey
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
AT&T Inc.
Full Bio
Dr. Lisa Su
President and Chief Executive Officer
Advanced Micro Devices Inc.
Full Bio
Charles Meyers
President and Chief Executive Officer
Equinix Inc.
Full Bio
Bob Chapek
Chief Executive Officer
The Walt Disney Company
Full Bio
John Zimmer
President, Co-Founder and Vice Chairman
Lyft Inc.
Full Bio
Hans Vestburg
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Verizon Communications Inc.
Full Bio
Jamie Dimon
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Full Bio
Jack Dorsey
Chief Executive Officer
Square
Full Bio
Amrita Ahuja
Chief Financial Officer
Square
Full Bio
Mike Sievert
President and Chief Executive Officer
T-Mobile
Full Bio
Dara Khosrowshahi
Chief Executive Officer
Uber Technologies, Inc.
Full Bio
David Zaslav
Chief Executive Officer
Discovery, Inc.
Full Bio
Lori Beer
Chief Information Officer
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Full Bio
Rajeev Misra
Chief Executive Officer
SoftBank Vision Fund
Full Bio
John Nallen
Chief Operating Officer
FOX Corporation
Full Bio

Insights

Tech Outlook from the Global TMC Conference

Scaling up. Pent-up demand. Tech tailwinds. Hear key takeaways from J.P. Morgan’s Global TMC Conference. Find out how companies are navigating the pandemic and the tech transformation that lies ahead.

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Tech Outlook from the Global TMC Conference

Scaling up. Pent-up demand. Tech tailwinds. Hear key takeaways from J.P. Morgan’s Global TMC Conference. Find out how companies are navigating the pandemic and the tech transformation that lies ahead.

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MADHU NAMBURI: Companies, I think, did an exceptional job in a matter of days to reconfigure their business model and ramp up to meet an unbelievable amount of demand instead of the usual 20%, 30%, 40% growth. And they needed these companies to scale up. They needed capital. They needed people. They needed systems. They need methodologies and doing it in a proper, safe, secure way. I think companies did a phenomenal job.

JACK DORSEY: We did, over the year, pull a bunch of things from our strategy forward just to meet the demands of the time, specifically COVID. So we pulled a lot of our work on our platform and online much sooner and got it out much faster to people. And I believe our customers, and certainly we have benefited from that decision.

AMRITA AHUJA: When we think about how we continue to grow, inflows into our ecosystem, we see three primary opportunities. First, a strong acquisition of customers, engagement across the ecosystem, and then growth of our customer spending power.

MADHU NAMBURI: I think there are some areas. There's going to be a big pent up demand to come this year, like travel. I think people are dying to get back on the planes and start going on vacation. It's already happening.

JOHN ZIMMER: Yeah, so one of the trends I think is likely is that leisure travel comes back a bit before business travel. We actually saw airport rides have about doubled since January. And then generally, I think use cases will be feathered in over the next couple of quarters as use cases gradually return, as individuals return to the office, for example.

MADHU NAMBURI: There are several pockets within tech that's going to continue to have a phenomenal tailwind here. I think the migration to cloud will only continue to get accelerated. So companies that have a lot of traditional ways of operating technology, and one thing COVID has taught us is getting to cloud helps a lot to manage and scale up at a much faster rate and it's a lot more cost efficient while being very secure. So I think you'll continue to see that trend.

I think the data and AI, we're still just scratching the surface. I know everybody keeps talking about it. But if you really look at the volume of real use cases, how mass commercial deployment, you will see over the next few years, a significant and a step function improvement in driving that.

CHARLES MEYERS: People have seen that those that were better prepared for an increasingly digital world are outperforming those that were less prepared. And it's putting a real emphasis on people saying, we've got to transform how we do business, how we interact with our customers, certainly, how we interact with our employees, how we interact with our supply chain. All of those things are changing how people think about their infrastructure, how to distribute it, how to cloud connect it. And I think that's just given us a lot of momentum in the pipeline.

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2021 Global TMC Conference | Alexia Quadrani

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2021 Global TMC Conference | Fred Turpin

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2021 Global TMC Conference | Madhu Namburi

FAQS

The J.P. Morgan Technology, Media and Communications conference is for clients of the firm, by invitation only. Please reach out to your J.P. Morgan representative to inquire about passes.

Some company presentations will be available on their individual websites.

The agenda is made available only to confirmed attendees.

Yes; there are a limited number of press passes for the event.

Unless otherwise specified, conference webinars are on-the-record and open to registered members of the press.