Tuesday, June 9 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Google - The Future of Search & Apps - Qualify In DIAMOND PASS ONLY

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Limited Capacity seats available
This session is intended for Mobile Developers, Product Managers and Growth Managers and requires pre-qualification. If you are interested in attending this session, please fill out this short form and someone from the NewCo team will be in touch shortly with more details.


Session Title: The Future of Search

Visit the Google campus in Mountain View for a vision of the future of search on mobile, led by Director of Product Management Aparna Chennapragada. In the brave new world of mobile, apps and context are king. Learn about Google’s moonshot vision of how users should be able to engage with your app via voice, while you re-engage these same users via contextual, predictive cards. You’ll also learn some pragmatic steps you can take right now to get your app content surfaced in Google Search, so you can drive free, organic discovery and re-engagement. Drinks & snacks will be served. Submit here for an invitation.

Special Message to Attendees from Host Company: Parking is open, so please feel free to take any spot you find. However, space is limited, so we recommend that you arrive early. The building has a large "1310" above the door. You must enter from the side that faces Shorebird Way. Someone from Google or NewCo will be there to greet you. See you soon!


Aparna Chennapragada

Director of Product Management
Aparna Chennapragada is the Product Director driving Google Now. She previously led multiple areas in Google Search including local search, personalization, video and news, before which she led efforts in YouTube. She has a Masters in management and engineering from MIT, Masters... Read More →

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  • Company Description Larry Page, our co-founder and CEO, once described the “perfect search engine” as something that “understands exactly what you mean and gives you back exactly what you want.” Since he spoke those words Google has grown to offer products beyond search, but the spirit of what he said remains. With all our technologies—from search to Chrome to Gmail—our goal is to make it as easy as possible for you to find the information you need and get the things you need to do done. This means making search smarter and faster, so it can understand that when you type [jaguar] you’re looking for the car, not photos of the animal. It means showing you when your friends like an ad or a search result, so that you know it might be valuable. It means making our products work intuitively, so that you can share documents with Gmail contacts without having to copy and paste, and open the same tabs on your Android phone that you have open on your Chrome browser on your desktop. Above all, it means making our products work better so that people can spend time on the stuff they’re good at—like enjoying time with family, camping in the wilderness, painting a picture or throwing a party. We’re not there yet, but we’re working on it.

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