5 Virtual Events You Can't Miss in May

cause they are very cool

We've found it. You enjoy. Here is the list of the most interesting events to attend in May. Of course, from home.
Shopify (re)unite
Looks like the work of Picasso
May 20
11:00 am to 12:00 pm EDT


According to the headings, it'll be first-ever livestream experience for Shopify merchants.

Executives and senior leaders reveal upcoming features, share major announcements about what they’re building to navigate tomorrow and provide you with exclusive insights about the future of commerce.

Not bad. Looks even better.
Microsoft Build
May 19-20 

This event is for developers by developers and about development. Is that what you need? Be ready to keep your screen on withing 48 hours to get interactive experience non-stop.
The Global Boardroom
Just a few speakers

12-14 May

A 3-day online conference organized by the Financial Times in partnership with TNW. Global decision-makers and leading minds such as Al Gore, Tony Blair, Michael O’Leary, Stewart Butterfield and others will discuss the impact of the pandemic across global economics.

A great chance to listen to Ministers of the Economy, Vice Presidents, and Prime Ministers as well as CEOs of big brands at one place.

ProductCon: The Product Management Conference

May 27
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM


PDT ProductCon is the largest product management conference series in the world. The speaker lineup features product leaders from Google, Slack, Amazon, Airbnb, Netflix, Facebook, and more.

This year you can luckily attend it staying at home.

The Augmented World Expo USA 2020 Online

May 26-29
Tickets from $199

And our 5th place goes to what we like the most - AR/VR technologies.

Hear from those solving major technical challenges, bringing AR/VR into new sectors, considering ethical and legal issues, promoting diversity, and working on the cutting edge of AR/VR development.


Yours Grinteq