SkyBridge’s SALT Conference in Las Vegas was canceled back in late March, but now officials have unveiled a digital replacement called SALT Talks.
While those had purchased tickets for the 11th annual event slated for this month were refunded, the SALT team had said they planned on producing an increasing volume of value-added digital content related to investments, technology and geopolitics.
Officials unveiled SALT Talks as an ongoing series of digital interviews with world’s foremost investors, creators and thinkers with the first digital event slated for tomorrow May 13.
According to the SALT website, the aim is to “provide a window in the minds of noteworthy business leaders, policy experts and innovators.” SALT Chairman Anthony Scaramucci will moderate the conversations that will be followed up with audience Q&As. Registration is complimentary and required.
The line-up currently is:
May 13 – David Rubenstein, co-chief executive officer of The Carlyle Group
May 15 – Chamath Palihapitiya, founder and CEO of Social Capital, a technology holding company that backs breakthrough companies in areas including healthcare, artificial intelligence, climate change and space.
May 18 – Sal Khan, founder of Khan Academy, an online education platform
May 19 – Steve Case, chief executive officer, Revolution; co-founder and former chairman of AOL
May 27 – Michele Flournoy, co-founder and managing partner of WestExec Advisors; Former U.S. Undersecretary of Defense for Policy