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99U Conference 2014: Tickets On Sale October 22nd!

Tickets for the 2014 99U Conference will go on sale October 22nd. Based on past demand, we expect they will sell out very quickly. Learn more about registration now.

“The magic is in the process,” said Jane ni Dhulchaointigh, the Irish inventor of Sugru, at the 99U Conference this past May in an absolutely incredible talk about the trials and tribulations of making ideas happen. And right she was.

Since then, the 99U team has been hard at work planning our own bit of magic for the 2014 event, and we’re looking forward to raising the bar yet again to deliver an amazing 2+ day event that will equip you with the tools and insights you need to put your ideas into action.

The official 99U Conference dates will be May 1-2, 2014 at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City. Tickets will go on sale on Tuesday, October 22nd at 12pm EDT.

As always, the conference will focus purely on the mechanics of idea execution, with speakers sharing their hard-won lessons learned in a series of incredible talks and interactive master classes.

We won’t be announcing our speaker roster until early 2014 when the lineup is complete, but we can tell you that we’re brewing up something truly special. You can expect a lineup of the most productive creative visionaries from across industries, as well as leading researchers of the craft of creativity. To get a sense of who we curate, you can view past speakers here.

Please note that tickets always sell out far in advance of the event, with a waiting list of thousands, so we recommend purchasing your tickets early if you’d like to attend.

For those unfamiliar with the conference, you can check out a selection of photos and quotables from our 2013 event below. You can also watch videos of all our past 99U Conference speaker talks here.

To receive notifications about ticket sales and other Conference updates via email, please sign up for the 99U newsletter in the black box below. You can also follow us @99U on Twitter.

Looking forward to seeing you in 2014!

A Look at the 99U Conference 2013 


“Start small and make it good.” —Jane ni Dhulchaointigh


“If a picture is worth 1,000 words, a prototype is worth 1,000 meetings.” —IDEO


“Getting started is more important than becoming an expert.” —Ramit Sethi


“Sometimes to make miracles happen, you just have to dive in.” —AJ Jacobs


“Escaping success is how I stay in a state of wonder.” —Joshua Davis


“If you don’t push your curiosity until it’s almost unbearable you’ll never unleash your imagination.” —Michael Wolff


“Pick the mountain you like climbing, not the one you want to be on top of.” —Sebastian Thrun


“It’s okay to do things that don’t scale. Release. Listen. Iterate.” —Joe Gebbia


“Even in business, the more you give, the more you get.” —Nikhil Arora


“Accept yourself, and expect more from yourself.” —Gretchen Rubin


“Not caring about what people think is its own kind of hustle.” —Brené Brown



More Posts by Jocelyn K. Glei

A writer and the founding editor of 99U, Jocelyn K. Glei is obsessed with how to make great creative work in the Age of Distraction. Her latest book is Unsubscribe: How to Kill Email Anxiety, Avoid Distraction, and Get Real Work Done. Her previous works include the 99U’s own bestselling book series: Manage Your Day-to-Day, Maximize Your Potential, and Make Your Mark. Follow her @jkglei.

Comments (4)
  • Steven Spassov

    I’m just discovering 99U and I really hope I can get a ticket for this conference. A lot of inspiring things to hear about!

  • Mr. Theriault

    I’m begging you for a West-coast 99u conference the next time you put one together.

  • William Frazier

    Any chance of a Midwest 99u conference anytime soon?!?

    • Sasha

      Unfortunately we are definitely booked for NYC for the next few years. Come take a trip and visit us! You’d love NY!

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