Travis Kalanick, the CEO of Uber, and Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, will “meet with the president as often as possible” and offer their aptitude to Trump as a major aspect of his Strategic and Policy Forum, Trump authorities said.

The declaration came hours in front of a noteworthy meeting amongst Trump and tech officials Wednesday. Musk is relied upon to go to, alongside top executives from Apple, Facebook, Google and a modest bunch of different organizations. Wednesday’s meeting marks the first run through Trump will have met with senior pioneers of a whole industry. Kalanick was welcomed yet purportedly won’t go to, in light of travel.

Musk’s part is especially striking in light of his feedback of Trump amid the presidential crusade. Musk had said Trump was “not the correct person” for the Oval Office. “He doesn’t appear to have the kind of character that thinks about well the United States,” he told CNBC in November. Kalanick has jabbed at Trump now and again himself. Prior to a crowd of people of understudies in October 2015, he kidded: “Gracious my god, Donald Trump will win. Will move to China if Donald Trump wins.”

Donald Trump held a meeting on December 14 with some of Silicon Valley’s greatest organizations. Participants included Elon Musk, Tim Cook, Satya Nadella, Jeff Bezos, Larry Page, Eric Schmidt, Safra Catz, Brian Krzanich, Chuck Robbins, Ginni Rometty and Peter Thiel.

It’s a dependable fact that quite a bit of Silicon Valley upheld Hillary Clinton in the 2016 race — which is mostly why Wednesday’s meeting with tech officials speaks to a watershed minute for an industry that could be effectively influenced by a Trump administration. Trump as of now has demonstrated that he can move stocks with minimal more than a tweet. Trump had already reported a few different individuals from the procedure amass, including JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon, Disney CEO Bob Iger and Ginny Rometty, the CEO of IBM.