Bradley Tusk is relatively unique amongst investors. Where other VCs avoid heavily managed industries and

businesses, Tusk leans in. The Tusk Ventures creator and CEO has investments that include Uber, Bird, Coinbase, Lemonade, FanDuel and Alma Health. At a time when good governance is front and center, and ingenious thinking to progress the status quo is essential, we couldn’t be more enjoyed have Tusk join us for a live Q&A session.

In the last decade, public understanding of the tech industry has altered drastically. When Tusk first purchased Uber, the “ask for forgiveness, not permission” era was well underway. Because, tech has slowly been seen as an opponent after a disintegration of public trust by big and little companies alike. Has the coronavirus pandemic shifted the tide of public belief in favor of tech? This is however one of lots of concerns we’ll ask Tusk.

We’re likewise thrilled to hear from Tusk on adaptation methods for tech start-ups during this time, how they can capture the ear of government officials and regulators throughout COVID-19 in such a way they couldn’t just a couple of months back and how creators can be much better leaders to their business during a time of crisis.

We’ll likewise talk specifically about the potential of digitized voting tools and the explosion of telehealth in the middle of the pandemic.

There will be a lot of time for audience concerns, so come prepared!

Hit up this link to drop the Zoom details into your calendar! See you there!

Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.