PRI Luncheon: Why Technology Prophet Predicts Big Tech’s Disruption – Pacific Research Institute

PRI Luncheon: Why Technology Prophet Predicts Big Tech’s Disruption

August 23, 2018
333 O Farrell Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

Luncheon and Discussion with George Gilder

Thursday, August 23, 2018

Hilton San Francisco Union Square
333 O’Farrell Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

George Gilder, one of the tech world’s more famous—and controversial—prophets, was President Reagan’s most frequently quoted living author and serves on the board of directors of several technology companies. He will share why you can say goodbye to today’s Internet and welcome a new “system of the world” that enables a new global economy founded on a new form of Internet money and micropayments, where new companies will emerge to lead the new era.

Mr. Gilder is a featured guest/speaker at The MoneyShow San Francisco. We are fortunate to have a private luncheon and presentation with Mr. Gilder to discuss his latest book, Life After Google: The Fall of Big Data and The Rise of the Blockchain Economy.

His book challenges the technology industry, internet insecurity, and why the technology progress is not inevitable, but more often the result of human creativity and entrepreneurialism.

Books for sale and author book-signing at the event.

All luncheon guests are invited to attend (free of charge) any and all other seminars and speaking engagements at The MoneyShow San Francisco August 23-25 conference at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square. As our guest, we will pre-register you for The MoneyShow San Francisco to attend.

The MoneyShow Schedule of Events and Program

12:15 PM: Registration desk at Hilton “The MoneyShow” for access to luncheon
12:30 PM: Luncheon/Presentation begins

Please contact Laura Dannerbeck at for further information to attend.
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