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April 10 @ 8:30 - April 11 @ 20:00| €189 – €1013
Wolves Summit, an international conference for startups, investors, and corporate representatives is taking place on 9-11th April 2018 in Warsaw, Poland for the seventh time.
Among the attendees there will be 400 startups, 300 investors, and 450 corporates from over 60 countries around the world.
The Wolves Summit conference gathers the representatives of many environments, including corporations, investors, and promising startups from around the world. 1:1 meetings are one of the most important elements of the event. Participants can schedule 15-minute conversations with relevant people before the conference even begins. It allows them to pack their calendars and match the interlocutors to certain criteria.
– So far during all editions there were 14303 1:1 meetings scheduled, and the attendees’ comments clearly indicate the importance of such activity. We know of startups who met their future investors at Wolves Summit. It makes us even more content since we put great emphasis on matching participants – says Piotr Piasek. Autenti, a Polish platform for online document signing, partnered with two funds: Innovation Nest and Black Pearls VC. At the fourth edition of Wolves Summit, the Autenti team won the main prize at a tech startup challenge. ING Bank Śląski on the other hand invested in the Czech startup, Twisto Payments, the winner of the third edition.
The seventh Wolves Summit conference is taking place in Warsaw, Poland on 9-11 April 2018. Up to 2500 people from over 60 countries are expected to participate. Additional information about the event and participation opportunities are available on the website: www.wolvessummit.com.
– During the seventh edition of Wolves Summit we’ll focus on a few startup trends, like Hardware, Internet of Things, Fintech, blockchain, and decentralization – says Piotr Piasek – thanks to that experts can personally meet and establish valuable business connections, exchange experiences, and maybe invest their time and money in developing other sectors of new technologies.