The London Tech Innovation Mission gives you the opportunity to explore London’s startup ecosystem and discover its inner workings.
Joined by more than 30 teams from 26 cities around the world so far. From London to Silicon Valley. Including Apple, Google, Ebay, WeWork and more. The London Tech Startup Mission allows teams from cities around the world explore, learn about and experience London’s startup ecosystem, in one day.
11:00 Insights at a global tech startup accelerator.
First, you’ll visit a global tech company and one of London’s largest tech startup communities, for coffee and insights about the rise of London’s startup ecosystem – from its tech city hackathon event days to its new players, growing culture and current market trends.
11:30 Workshop on disruptive startups entering your market.
Then, learn about the innovative new products startup founders and their teams are building to address big problems, create new business models, build disruptive companies and enter new markets – in areas like artificial intelligence, fintech, blockchain, propertytech, healthtech, social impact, agriculture-tech and many more.
13:30 An included healthy lunch in an entrepreneur community.
Have a healthy lunch with the community, also with huge range of vegetarian and vegan options.
15:00 A masterclass in design and innovation thinking.
Then, you’ll visit one of London’s best new locations for innovation and the design thinking behind products that have changed the world, to revolutionary technologies of the future. Like augmented reality, smart cities and 3D printing, for an innovation and design thinking masterclass.
18:00 Drinks at a private members club.
Finally we’ll visit one of London’s most exclusive private members clubs for creative entrepreneurs in the media, tech and entertainment industries, built by Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen, for early evening after work drinks.
18:30 Mission complete.
Various dates available. Learn more here.
sTARTUp Day is an innovative festival in the city of Tartu, Estonia, which aims to bring together startups, traditional entrepreneurs, investors, innovators and students. The topics to be explored this year range from marketing and space tech, to fundraising and smart cities.
Over 100+ world-class speakers will participate, including:
Find out more information and get your tickets here.
The BlueInvest platform supports investment and access to finance for early-stage businesses, SMEs and scale-ups in the blue economy.
This February, BlueInvest is holding BlueInvest Day 2020, an opportunity for innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, corporates and enablers in the Blue Economy, to come together with the objective of generating concrete business opportunities and visibility.
Register now and connect with captains of industry, impact investors and high-level representatives from government and the public sector.
One of the activities taking place during BlueInvest Day will be the BlueInvest Awards. The awards see twenty of Europe’s top startups and SMEs in the Blue Economy selected to pitch on the main stage to a panel of investors.
Other sessions taking place include targeted business meetings, in which you can introduce your business or solution to a potential partner in short 30-minute 1:1 sessions.
Click here for more information and to register.
Every February the TechChill conference transforms Riga into a global meeting hub for startups, investors, innovators, inspirators, and technology enthusiasts and provides its participants some of the best opportunities for networking, individual meetings, and deal-making in the Baltics, Nordics and Central Eastern Europe.
Early-bird tickets are available now: https://techchill.co/
“Our goal is to talk about technologies and processes already in motion, which will impact our lives in the coming years, as well as the people behind them.” Ernests Štāls, CEO of TechChill.
The two-day conference agenda will offer talks and panel discussions on the main drivers of the Big Shift – Greentech, Blockchain, and 5G – as well as Sales & Marketing and Founders Stories relevant for the Baltic region. In addition to the main agenda, there will be more than 15 exclusive side events – angel investor training, workshops, in-depth masterclasses, a job fair, and more. In previous years, one of the most anticipated TechChill events has been the Fifty Founders Battle. Fifty most promising attendee startups will pitch their ideas to get the main prize – 10 000 euros with no strings attached.
TechChill is a non-profit NGO that helps Latvian and Baltic startups to succeed by building a powerful knowledge base, skills, and networks. The organisation reinvests all its earnings back into the community by promoting startups around the world and organising events throughout the year.
Science and technology impact our daily lives, our societies, our planet.
Hello Tomorrow believes they should also serve them.
Whether you’re founder, an investor, corporate or academic, step into tomorrow at the Global Summit to a place where organ shortages no longer exist, our clothes are biofabricated and travelling thousands of miles across the planet takes just a few hours.
Expand your perception of tomorrow through a program packed with visionary Keynotes and expert panels, and join the conversation with interactive sessions and immersive workshops to build your vision of the future with the deeptech community.
Progress cannot be resisted, but it can always be driven.
“If tomorrow is being built by the bright stars I met at Hello Tomorrow, then I have great faith in the our future.”
Jane Metcalfe, Co-Founder of WIRED and Founder of NEO.LIFE
Get your tickets here.
This March, the Paris region plays host to a week packed with events bringing together key players in deep tech.
9 – 13 March will see 5,000 attendees – from corporates to startups, and investors to students – come together and take part in over 30 events across the city. The events intend to create connections and deepen knowledge on different aspects of the deep tech industry, and include conferences, open days, 1-1 meetings, and networking breakfasts among others.
Participants can hand pick the sessions that most interest them in order to get the most out of the week, with options such as a conference on unlocking the potential of cultured meat, or a pitches & cheese session featuring a traditional Swiss apéro.
Find more information and register here.
Startup Europe Week is a series of events taking place in over 300 cities from 16 to 20 March 2020. With the aim of supporting entrepreneurs wherever they’re based, Startup Europe Week connects members of the local startup community and shows them what help is available in their city or region. Startup Europe Week is present in more than 50 countries, from Mexico to Spain to Armenia, and has so far enjoyed the participation of 150,000 entrepreneurs.
Find more information on this year’s events here.