Innovator Summit — Starts Wednesday February 5th

Experience the largest event focused on expanding technology and business opportunities that leverage family history data.

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New Innovations. New Opportunities.
To keep pace with expanding opportunities, family history organizations are increasingly working together to create compelling solutions. The evolving API landscape is creating a host of new opportunities.

Expanded Business and Developer Focus
New in 2014, RootsTech Innovator Summit enables both software developers and technology business leaders to explore and influence family history solutions.

World Class Content and Networking Opportunities
Join us for a FREE lunch on Wednesday with our keynote speaker Chris Dancy, “The Most Quantified Human,” featured in WIRED, TED NYC 2013, and PBS. Network with people from innovative companies such as Disney, Google, and Lexmark, as well as more than 50 leading technology vendors in our massive exhibitor hall (Thursday–Saturday only).

*February 5–8 Innovator Summit session schedule:

But I’m not in the family history business?
From social media to healthcare to finding people, there are growing business opportunities outside of traditional family history. Come and discover expanding potential uses and value generated from the family history industry.

What is RootsTech?
RootsTech is a global family history event (February 6–8), where individuals of all ages learn to discover and share family stories and connections through technology. Innovator Summit is simply the business and developer side of RootsTech.

Become an Exhibitor
If you want a have a bigger role in RootTech, you may want to consider taking advantage of the limited remaining exhibitor booth space. With more than 100 exhibitors, we expect about 10K attendees over the three days. Reserve your boot space now! Download the Exhibitor Kit or visit the website for more information.
Innovator Summit
Building Generations of Opportunity
February 5, 2014, Salt Lake City, Utah (*Additional sessions February 6–8)