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About The Hustle's Events

The Hustle is a daily newsletter that explains everything that’s happening in the world of business, tech, and culture in a fun, conversational way. If The Daily Show and The Wall Street Journal had a baby, it would be The Hustle.

Each day we send out a concise, witty email that’s read by millions of people every month with industry-crushing engagement and community growth.

In addition to creating the world’s greatest daily newsletter, we also host events throughout the year.

Our events
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2017 (ended)

Con Con is a one day conference focused on teaching startups how to use content to acquire new users and customers. Horrible name, amazing content. We're giving the biggest, most successful content creators in the game 20 minutes to explain the exact tactics and strategies they use to attract millions of web visitors and convert them to users, customers, and fans.

OCTOBER 25, 2017

2X is a storytelling event produced by The Hustle. The speakers are women who are experts in their fields, from founders to VCs to department heads. Each speaker has 10 minutes to tell a story about her experience, her journey, and how she got to where she is today.


Rise & Grind is an event series that takes place before your workday even begins. We found industry experts on topics ranging from content marketing to sales strategies to biohacking, and invited them to let us pick their brains... over breakfast.


Pizza & 40s

Pizza & 40s is a free monthly speaker series. Each month we host an interesting speaker and give them the stage and a 40-oz beer so they can get loose and share the tactics, habits, secrets, and tips that helped them get to where they are today.


Hustle Con is an annual conference hosted every spring in Oakland, CA. We find 15 of the most interesting and outrageously successful startup founders, throw them on stage to explain the strategies they used to grow their startups, and then invite 2,000 young entrepreneurs, do-ers, and tinkerers to attend and learn.