If you’re looking for sun, promising startups and investors, we’d recommend you to join this year’s EU-Startups Summit on May 2-3 in sunny Barcelona. The event will gather 1,200 of Europe’s best startup founders, VCs and business angels, has an exciting program on 2 stages, a great networking app, pitch competition, and a after-party.
EU-Startups is one of the most popular online media which covers happening in the growing European tech. Like other popular online media one of the growing segments of their business is their flagship conference. If you are a startup founder (or you plan to become one), startup enthusiast, corporate executive looking for innovative ways to deploy digital transformation, VC, business angel…you will definitely find those 2 days useful and inspiring. As a standard practice at the startup events, you will be able to see startup pitch of 15 startups (selected out of more than 1000 applicants). And, sunny Barcelona and already great weather in May, is by all means, an extra value-proposition.
Some great names from the European startup scene have already confirmed their presence. The best events have excellent networking opportunities and at the EU Startups Summit you will be able to meet people like Kaidi Ruusalepp (Founder and CEO of Funderbeam), Avi Meir (Founder and CEO of TravelPerk), Naren Sham (Founder and CEO of Omio f.k.a GoEuro), Carlos Pierre (Founder and CEO of Badi), Alejandro Artacho (Co-Founder and CEO of Spotahome) and many more…
Enterprise EMEA 2017 will take place on May 23 in London. It is hosted by Widebridge Group, a boutique investment bank focused on M&A and capital raising for technology companies. Among the speakers and attendees there will be representatives from companies like: Microsoft, Gemalto, and SAP as well as investors from firms such as Atomico, Lakestar, Index Ventures, Dawn Capital, KKR, and Blackstone.
Enterprise EMEA is an invite-only conference focused on enterprise software. It is meant for leaders in enterprise technology to connect, show their ideas and talk about industry trends. Attendees include the top EMEA region enterprise technology firms from growth to later stage, decision makers of top EMEA enterprises, top VC and private equity investors, and M&A managers of the world’s biggest technology firms.
According to the organizers, there is a lack of enterprise software events which enclose the whole enterprise. Therefore the event will be focused on enterprise technology – for startups, investors, and the ultimate buyers of these companies to all meet to raise more investments, more knowledge exchange and more contracts.
Many firms which participated in the conference last year have raised large rounds of funding or exited with big acquisitions over the last 12 months, such as London’s Weaveworks, which raised $15 million last May from Google Ventures and Accel, or PNMsoft, which was acquired by Genpact.
From 10.11 until 12.11 Belgrade will be central meeting point of gaming professionals in eastern Europe and we may say in Europe as well, as at that time will be held Casual Connect Eastern Europe.
Casual Connect Eastern Europe is a conference for game developers, publishers, distributors, retailers and investors. Casual Connect supports the rapidly growing games industry which entertains more than 300 million people each month and a market size of billions of dollars. According to Gartner, Inc. mobile games are the fastest-growing segment of the game industry market, with revenue expected to nearly double between 2013 and 2015 from $13.2 billion to $22 billion.
Event will cover vast area of topics related to online gaming such are cross-platform growth and monetization, legal aspects in online gaming, risk management in gaming development, game publishing checklist, user acquisition tips etc. You will hear representative of companies such are Facebook, Mail.ru, Wooga, Game Insight, Creative Mobile, Unity, Nordeus, Eipix, Vugle, Seriously, Mad Head Games etc.
Meet over 900 other games professionals, learn about best practices and trends, make new deals or find new talents at the Crowne Plaza Belgrade in Belgrade on November 10 – 12, 2014.
We have the pleasure of reporting during one of the most attractive conferences on business internet usage taking place in Zrenjanin, Serbia, just now. This is the second time that this conference is being held, after the incredible success and interest peak of last year.
Webiz 2.0 has managed to once again to offer a collection of valuable lectures, gathering the foremost IT experts in the region. Interest was even higher this year, as the conference hall was packed to the ceiling on the first day. Even so, the organization was outstanding, and the participants did not have to think about anything other than keeping their attention on the speakers – and that was hardly the problem.
Apart from the popular names in HR (Dušan Vukanović), IT law (Žarko Ptiček) and others, keynote presentation was taken by Google (Maja Magdelinić). The first day was wrapped up by a presentation from one other eminent IT expert Dejan Petrović, from a renowned Australian company Dejan SEO.
You can join us at Webiz 2.0 via LiveStream enabled by LiveTV, and you can also follow the comments on Twitter using hashtag #webiz. The conference is being held in Serbian language.