Forbes called Web Summit events as “the best technology conferences on the planet” while CNN call them “the hottest events in tech”... And how can you not attend the largest technology conference in Europe? Here's a couple of reasons why we should go to Dublin.
Web Summit (Dublin, 3-5November) is perfect if you work in the digital industry, technology or communication and want to keep up with the latest trends, hear some real life success stories and innovations. It's not very often you get the chance to see and listen under the same roof some of the brightest minds from Pixar, Slack, Instagram, Oculus VR, Ajax, 500 Startups, Facebook, Tinder, Twitter, TomTom, MyFitness Pal, Google, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Peeble, Wired, Forbes, Dice, Spotify/The Echo Nest etc.
Alpha welcomes start-ups around the world
If you are an early stage start-up, Web Summit is the place to be. Every week 25 early stage startups are selected to exhibit for free as part of Alpha Program. If you get accepted, you receive a free exhibition stand and lots of other benefits. All you’ll pay is a discounted registration cost.
And if you want to PITCH in front of hundreds of the world’s leading investors, you can apply by September 28. You'll come face-to-face with an incredible panel of judges made up of investors, journalists and established entrepreneurs. Do not forget that the world’s most influential media representatives will be there, so here's a good chance of winning great visibility for your start-up.
Web Summit useful information
Super early bird tickets are all gone now, but you still have a chance to get your 701 Euro early bird ticket. As of August 29 the price will be 965 Euro.
Here's a list of relevant links on Web Summit website, you want to check out if you plan to attend the event: