They don't have 100 employees or project funded by some VC with millions of dollars. The speakers are "regular" people, just like YOU and me but are crushing it online.
The summit is also not for the speakers to brag or to show-off about their successes. Their intentions to be onstage is to help you by sharing their executable methods.
Secondly, unless it's for motivation or inspiration purpose, there's really no point "learning" other big company's strategies, unless you have the resources (and huge sum of money) to do it, right?
I mean, you can see how Grab is doing its marketing. But Grab has raised a total of $9.1B in funding over 27 rounds. That's 9.1 BILLION DOLLARS. Heck, Grab can tell you all of its strategies or the technology it uses, but what's the likelihood you can do it? Unless you have millions of dollars to test and to develop too.
So, for motivation and inspiration, YES. And of course, we need those too. But for practicality? Nope.
This is a PRACTICAL and ACTIONABLE summit. So you go back with stuff you can use to make money.