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Welcome to the official Techweek Toronto schedule page.

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Be sure and check back often since many events, including most speaker sessions, networking, and community workshops tend to be added in the weeks just prior to Techweek!

Create your personal schedule
  • If you haven’t already, please create a sched account and login (choose sign-up in the top right corner to create an account)
  • On this page, click or hover over each Techweek event you intend to attend, and click "Add to My Sched" to RSVP.  
Note: some events have limited capacity, and you may be waitlisted

Transferring tickets and creating schedules for other ticket holders: 
  • If you purchased 2 or more tickets, the other ticket holders will need to create their own schedules. 
  • If you did not provide the email addresses of these other ticket holders during the EventBrite ticket purchase, you will need to transfer these tickets:

  1. Go to eventbrite.com/mytickets. Log on and transfer each ticket to the appropriate ticket holder by changing the name and/or email address of each ticket.
  2. Each ticket holder will get an automated email instructions on how to go to Sched (this page) in order to set up their individual schedule. 

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-Team Techweek 
avatar for Ted Graham

Ted Graham

General Motors
Head of Open Innovation
Ted Graham was recently appointed he Head of Open Innovation at General Motors where he works with outside partners to solve important problems that will shape the future of transportation (including AI more generally, and specifically autonomous, shared and connected vehicles). Previous to GM, Ted was PwC's Innovation leader and completed 99 rides as an UberX driver to see what he could learn about disruptive innovation in transportation and apply back to his own industry. His first hand account became a widely read article and the subject of numerous CBC interviews and a TEDx talk. His forthcoming book The Uber of Everything helps readers understand the implications of Uber and its imitators across a multitude of industries. He is also founder of the South Core Innovation Hub, a collaborative group of innovation leaders from Toronto's unique waterfront area. Member organizations include large banks, start-ups, public transportation - all of whom are looking to make a substantial impact on their companies and communities. Prior to PwC Ted was a McKinsey strategy consultant with a specialism in understanding and leveraging people networks to influence the spread of ideas. Over the years Ted has enjoyed diverse pursuits in his spare time, most notably becoming a scrabble champion and attending three Olympic games as a journalist.