Apple CEO Tim Cook, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and other prominent tech leaders sat down with president-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday for a roundtable meeting.

Trump praised the tech leaders for their "incredible innovation" and promised to do "anything we can do" to help the industry, according to USA Today. Trump even told tech leaders to call him or his people directly if they need anything.

The summit took place at Trump Tower in Manhattan. Trump’s children Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump were also present at the meeting. The invitation for the get-together was sent last week by Reince Priebus, Trump’s chief of staff; Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law; and transition team adviser Peter Thiel, who is a Silicon Valley investor, entrepreneur, cofounder of PayPal and a Facebook board member.

"This is truly an amazing group of people," Trump said as he started off the meeting. "I want to add that I’m here to help you folks do well."

"We’re going to try to have that bounce continue and perhaps even more importantly we want you to keep going with the incredible innovation," he added. "There’s nobody like you in the world. There’s nobody like the people in this room."

Who Attended The Trump Tech Summit?

Alphabet CEO Larry Page, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, Tesla's Elon Musk and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos sat down with Trump, Vice-President elect Mike Pence and Thiel. The tech industry’s biggest names discussed jobs, immigration, free trade, cybersecurity and taxes with Trump, according to USA Today .

"We’re going to make it a lot easier for you to trade across borders," Trump told the tech leaders.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey was not at the summit. Before the meeting, Dorsey told Recode he was not invited and later said he was not sure if he was. Although Twitter is Trump’s beloved communication tool, the company is not a big fan of Trump. Twitter said recently that the incoming president could be banned from the site if he violates their hate-speech policies.

The invitation comes after a divisive presidential election in which the tech industry was betting on Hillary Clinton. Throughout the campaign, Trump criticized Apple and Amazon. The sector is now looking to build bridges with Trump’s administration. Thiel is expected to act as a bridge between the Trump administration and the tech industry.