SYDNEY, Australia – 12 July 2018 -- Zoom Video Communications, Inc. today announced its lineup for Zoomtopia 2018, the annual celebration of its customers. Among the speakers featured at Zoomtopia:
• World tennis champion and entrepreneur, Serena Williams
• The Speed of Trust author, Stephen M.R. Covey
• Sequoia partner, and co-founder and former CEO of Polyvore, Jess Lee
• Zoom enterprise customer, Walmart’s VP of Associate Digital Experience & Enterprise Architecture, Joe Park
• Zoom collaborator and customer, AT&T Business Chief Product Officer, Roman Pacewicz
Zoom’s founder and CEO, Eric S. Yuan, will deliver a state of the company and industry address, and the company’s product team will unveil major announcements that will significantly expand the Zoom product suite. Macklemore will headline Zoomtopia’s evening concert.
Zoomtopia 2018 will focus on the role of video communications in trust, productivity, and culture. Mary Meeker’s 2018 Internet Trends report recently explored Zoom’s impact on business, citing that by using Zoom, 85% of customers improved collaboration, 71% improved productivity, and 58% built trust among remote workers. As a result, Zoom has seen high customer satisfaction and robust adoption, as demonstrated in its Net Promoter Score of 71 and over 39 billion annualized meeting minutes. At Zoomtopia, customers can explore how to maximize the benefits of Zoom in their own companies.
Following on the success of the inaugural Zoomtopia in 2017, this year’s event has been significantly expanded to include an additional day featuring technical trainings, a Women in Technology luncheon, and a partner summit. Day two of Zoomtopia will feature keynotes, breakout sessions, an evening celebration featuring Macklemore, and finally, local favourite DJ Rated R capping off the event.
Additional speakers include executives from Zoom and its partners, IBM and Amazon. Breakout sessions focus on Zoom Rooms, adoption, hardware selection, Zoom Chat, and more. Zoomtopia will also host an expo hall, featuring sponsors such as Logitech, IBM, Okta, AVer, as well as various Zoom technology stations staffed by product specialists providing hands-on demos.
“Zoomtopia was a highlight of 2017 for Zoom. Meeting with our customers, celebrating their successes, and providing them with learning opportunities and a fun atmosphere was an incredible honour,” said Yuan. “This year we’ve doubled down by every measure. We have doubled our breakout sessions, expanded our expo hall, and expect twice the attendees, all capped off with a once-in-a-lifetime party. We can’t wait to see you there.”
Zoomtopia 2018 will be held October 10-11 at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA. Those interested in joining the celebration can learn more and register at zoomtopia.us (early bird registration ends August 15).
About Zoom Zoom is the leader in modern enterprise video communications, with an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, and webinars across mobile devices, desktops, telephones, and room systems. Zoom Rooms, the leading software-based conference room solution, features video and audio conferencing, wireless content sharing, and integrated calendaring running on off-the-shelf hardware. Zoom Rooms suit any meeting or collaboration space, from small huddle rooms to world-class training centres. Founded in 2011, Zoom helps businesses and organizations bring their teams together in a frictionless environment to get more done. Zoom is a private company headquartered in San Jose, CA. Visit zoom.us and follow @zoom_us.
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