The Next Web Conference 2018
ACCEPT NO IMITATIONS.
Imagine. Build. Test. Iterate. Innovate. Since 2006, TNW Conference has been driving the evolution of technology events into what they are today. Our festival format has inspired imitations across Europe. Our techniques for engineering the perfect networking environment has transformed average expectations when it comes to ROI. And our production values have elevated keynotes from interesting to inspirational.
But the one thing that can’t be copied is our people. Last year, 12,500 business leaders joined us for two days of content and networking, designed to show them how to win at innovation.
In 2018, 15,000 people will help us raise the bar for technology and business innovation events once again – have a look around, and get a feel for how.
What is TNW Conference?
TNW Conference is a technology festival that brings together international technology executives, top-tier investors and promising startups for two days of business and knowledge sharing – surrounded by some of the highest production values at any tech event on the planet. Over the past 12 editions TNW Conference has grown from a 200-person event to one of the leading technology events, bringing together 12,500 attendees a day and 3,500 companies from all over the world.
Who can attend the event?
Anyone 18 or older with a valid ticket is welcome. Full conference passes aren’t transferable between conference days.
What are the dates for TNW Conference 2018?
TNW Conference 2018 will take place on May 24-25th in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Can I suggest a speaker for the conference?
Yes, you can suggest a speaker before March 20th. Click here if you’d like to submit a speaker proposal.
I’m interested in volunteering at TNW Conference 2018, how can I apply?
In order to apply as a volunteer at TNW Conference 2018, you must be 18 years old or older at the time of the event, interested in tech and innovation – and determined to contribute to the overall success of the event. If the answer is yes to all, then click here to apply.
How can I become a sponsor and/or exhibit at TNW Conference?
Tata, Enabling Youth Entrepreneurship Across Europe
- How does your local university support the startup ecosystem? How involved are they?
- Could institutions do more to integrate with their local startup scene?
- How can startups and entrepreneurs better support and work with universities to help foster Student Entrepreneur’s ambitions?
- How can we achieve all of this?
NACUE, one of the partners of MY-WAY project, invites you to an evening panel discussion on 12th January 2017, which aims to bring together parliamentarians, entrepreneurs and industry experts to explore what can be done to improve the startup ecosystem across Europe, in order for the next generation of entrepreneurs to succeed.
The panel discussion will include topics such as the role of universities in the startup ecosystem, startup support available for Europe’s next generation and the key themes in building a sustainable ecosystem of support.
Panelists will include:
- Anne-Wil Lucas, Startup Delta
- Michel Arends, CEO of Team Academy
- Ellen Bark-Lindhout, Founder of Collider
- Aster van Laere, Co Founder of Blend: Disruptive Consulting
- The panel will be chaired by Timothy Barnes, Founder of The RainGods.
The evening will also invite student entrepreneurs to give elevator pitches, with the winner being voted by the audience and winning a prize from Tata.
They want this event to help start important conversations about where the support system for student entrepreneurs can go next and hope that you can join them!
For more information and to book your place, please visit: http://bit.ly/TataYE17