BoxWorks 2018 to Feature Industry Leaders Focused on the Blueprint for the Future of Work

Box, Inc. (NYSE:BOX), a leader in cloud content management, today
announced its speakers for BoxWorks
2018, the company’s eighth annual enterprise software industry
conference. Focusing on The Blueprint for the Future of Work, BoxWorks
will be held August 29-30th at Moscone West in San Francisco.
Registration for BoxWorks, including the free
expo pass, which provides access to the keynote and general
sessions, can be found at

The future of work will be front and center at BoxWorks 2018 with
discussions on how to power digital transformation initiatives, driving
rapid innovation in technology, and building a modern technology stack
required to embrace best-of-breed productivity.

This year’s BoxWorks lineup keynote and panel speakers

Box CEO and Co-founder, Aaron Levie, will open BoxWorks 2018 on
Wednesday, August 29th with a keynote address, sharing insights on how
organizations can put the blueprint for the future of work into
practice. Levie will also unveil the latest product innovations from
Box, helping enterprises shift from legacy technology and business
processes to the digital age.

On Thursday, August 30th, Box’s Chief Product Officer, Jeetu Patel, will
showcase the power of digital transformation, bringing real world use
cases and stories to life. Technology leaders from Allstate, Schneider
Electric, Sephora, State Street, and SunTrust, will demonstrate how they
are changing the way their organizations work and digitizing business
processes with solutions built on Box. The morning keynote will conclude
with a fireside chat with Stewart Butterfield, CEO and Co-founder at
Slack, and Aaron Levie.

BoxWorks 2018 will also feature the second annual Box
Women’s Network (BWN) Summit, focusing on changing the narrative
around diversity and inclusion. Speakers for the event, include Patty
McCord, author and former Chief Talent Officer of Netflix; Emily Chang,
host of Bloomberg TV and author of Brotopia; and Kimberly Bryant,
CEO and Founder of Black Girls Code.

Box makes it easy for more than 85,000 organizations around the world
and 69 percent of the Fortune 500 to share, access, and collaborate
securely on their most important content. With Box, leading global
enterprises like Eli Lilly, Procter & Gamble, and Schneider Electric are
powering the future of work for their organizations.

To hear how innovative companies across industries are using technology
to transform their business, join us at BoxWorks 2018:

About Box

Box (NYSE:BOX) is the cloud content management company that empowers
enterprises to revolutionize how they work by securely connecting their
people, information and applications. Founded in 2005, Box powers more
than 85,000 businesses globally and 69 percent of the Fortune 500,
including AstraZeneca, General Electric, P&G, and The GAP. Box is
headquartered in Redwood City, CA, with offices across the United
States, Europe and Asia. To learn more about Box, visit

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