Wolves Summit April 2016: wolfish appetite for business

Wolves Summit April 2016: wolfish appetite for business
Views: 3358

     On 11-13th of April theoreticians and practitioners along with most promising startups from around the world are meeting in Wolves Summit – international conference fully dedicated to innovative solutions and promoting best startups. Held for the third time in one of the leading CEE startup hubs, in Warsaw, Poland, Wolves Summit has become a permanent fixture in the business events’ calendar, fully dedicated to entrepreneurship and innovation. Both previous editions turned out to be a huge success and saw a significant rise in the number of participants.
Wolves Summit April 2016: wolfish appetite for business
     The first edition took place last year in April and managed to gather more than 1300 attendees and 96 startup companies who competed for the main prize of $50 000 in the Great Pitch contest. The October edition was visited by more than 1500 people from all over the world. During three days 251 startups were able to meet with 156 investors and 304 executives. The number of the meetings between startups and potential investors or business partners was also impressive and, compared to the conference from April, it increased almost four times, from 482 to 1832.
Wolves Summit April 2016 offers professional networking tools, which may help establish business relations. Startup founders will be given a chance to reach a narrow circle of potential partners, clients, and investors through, for instance, 1:1 conversations and round tables, small thematic panels providing the exchange of experiences and development of valuable contacts. On 11-13th April on the Wolves Summit conference in Kinoteka in Warsaw’s Palace of Culture and Science along with experts, investors, representatives of corporations and tech companies there will appear 300 startups from 51 countries and 45 different sectors. Startups, participating in the Great Pitch, will have the opportunity to win $100 000 for their business development.
     According to Barbara Piasek, CEO and one of the Wolves Summit founders, an international environment of experts from a variety of sectors, individual meetings, discussion panels and workshops are crucial in order to gain both knowledge and capital essential to implement innovative ideas. Connections established during the conference often evolve into long-term cooperation, which opens new perspectives for carefully selected companies.
     VCEE Startups follows Wolves Summit updates and will soon tell you about the Wolves Summit highlights, including the info about the Great Pitch winner.

Popular Posts

Popular Events

Popular Startups

Stay Tuned

You may sign up our monthly newsletter to receive updates or news from our team.

Back to top