Worldwebforum is bringing the movement of empowering radical change to The Bay City.

Innovation meets the law at the impressive Cooley LLP headquarters in San Francisco, the perfect setting for pioneers and entrepreneurs to connect and share forward-thinking ideas.

Interplanetary Disruptors: The Leaders We Need On Our Way To Mars

Worldwebforum is on tour!

And we’re coming to San Francisco on Tuesday, October 29th, 2019.

You’re invited to join Fabian Hediger, founder of Worldwebforum, and Daniel Paramés, an emerging company attorney in Cooley’s San Francisco office, as Worldwebforum and Cooley host an engaging program to discuss humanity’s future in space and the kind of leaders we need to get us there.

This event will include Worldwebforum’s distinctive and radical approach to sparking an engaging discussion, and will include a networking happy hour, a thought-provoking panel discussion, and dynamic break-out sessions that will allow attendees to engage directly with the panelists.

This event starts at 5pm and will end at 8pm.


Schedule – 29 October 2019

5:00 PM

Welcome reception and happy hour

6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Panel discussion
Breakout sessions

8:00 PM

Exclusive dinner at ‘Tosca Café’ (by invitation-only)


Cooley LLP
101 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94111, USA

Tosca Cafe

Known as The World’s Best Last Dive Bar, this Michelin Guide Restaurant is frequented by many stars, including our Worldwebforum 2020 speaker Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich.  It is where, according to Condé Nast food guide bon appétit, Bono belted opera and where the mayor of San Francisco would chat up Sean Penn and Christopher Hitchens until four in the morning.

Worldwebforum on Tour will now be part of Tosca’s history started by true dame and socialite Jeannette Etheredge.


If you need accommodation book your stay at ‘Palace Hotel’, 2 New Montgomery St, San Francisco, CA 94105, USA at a special price of $275 per night.

On Tour Hosts

Daniel Paramés

Senior Associate, Cooley LLP, San Francisco, USA

Cooley LLP is an American international law firm, headquartered in Palo Alto, California with offices worldwide. The firm’s practice areas include corporate, litigation, intellectual property, fund formation, public markets, employment, life sciences, clean technology, real estate, financial services, retail, regulatory and energy.

It has consistently been ranked as an elite law firm for technology and life sciences companies, startups and emerging growth companies, and venture capital firms by Above the Law, and U.S. News & World Report. Cooley represents as clients over a third of the companies on the Wall Street Journal’s Billion Dollar Startup Club.

Daniel Paramés advises private, venture-backed technology companies, venture capitalists, angel investors and executives. He has extensive experience working with technology companies in all areas of business, with a particular focus on the fintech, Internet of Things, e-commerce, electronics, cleantech and advanced materials industries.

Fabian Hediger

Co-Founder & CEO, beecom & Worldwebforum

As Founder and CEO of beecom and Worldwebforum, Fabian Hediger spearheads a movement to accelerate the pace of business in Europe.

Through beecom, Atlassian Top Platinum Partner of 17 years, he enables radical change in large corporations as they automate work processes and improve team collaboration. 

At Worldwebforum, the annual meeting of 1,500 executives, he gathers the most brilliant minds across industries and academia to empower radical change through innovation for the benefit of the next generation. 

Fabian is an entrepreneur, music fan, and former professional triathlete. He holds an MBA in strategy and organization at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland and is one of the few who ignored his professor’s advice to “play it safe and join a corporation”, as he celebrates the 20th anniversary of beecom in 2020.

On Tour host

Worldwebforum on Tour partner Cooley

On Tour sponsor

About Worldwebforum

Worldwebforum on Tour San Francisco is part of a series of global meet-ups that would lead to Worldwebforum 2020, Wanted: Leader on January 16-17 , 2020 in Zurich, Switzerland. The 8th annual meeting of 1,500 C-level executives who are incessantly finding answers to the question, “What should I do today to build value for the next generation?”