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InfoShare 2016 will showcase CEE region as tech and new media hotspot

InfoShare 2016 will showcase CEE region as tech and new media hotspot

InfoShare 2016 is the biggest tech and new media conference in the entire Central and Eastern European region. For the 10th year in a row, the event will take place in Gdansk, Poland, from 18-20 May at the Amber Expo, the biggest expo center in Tricity.

This  event brings in over 5,000 worldwide participants and 100 speakers spanning the entire globe, resulting in 20,000 € for the winner of the Startup Contest (plus the ability to obtain 1,000,000 € in investments).

InfoShare 2016 focuses on lectures, workshops, and panel discussions concentrating on five key areas: Inspiration, Technology, Startups, Workshops, and Leadership. Among the more than 100 international speakers are Kevin Goldsmith (Spotify CTO, Jon von Tetzchner (Creator of the Opera and Vivaldi web browsers), and Thijs Feryn (from Combell). In addition, there will be 250 exhibitors showcasing specialized applications and modern IT equipment in the “Expo Zone”.

Another integral and crucial part of the conference is the Startup Zone organized by the infoShare Foundation and STARTER – with the famous Startup Contest which attracted 160 young companies from Europe in 2015 only. All startups are welcome and can register for verification up till April 6th.

What is Startup Zone and why you just can’t miss it?

Startup Contest – Get a chance to pitch on the Main Stage and win 20,000 Euro in cash plus up to 1,000,000 Euro in possible investments. Grab countless business contacts, money and fame!

Startup EXPO – Show your project in front of thousands of potential clients and business partners.

Speed Dating – Meet international investors and present your project on F2F meetings. Our digital network system will help arrange your schedule.

Startup Stage – Learn from the best how to build a global startup. Meet successful people and get inspired by their stories.

According to Cathy White from the Seedcamp:

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“If you’re successful, a competition such as infoShare is a great way of getting the attention of the media and the interest of investors. If you don’t win, you still get the benefit of pitching, and for every pitch you do, you’ll change and alter your presentation. Think of it as practice.”

All startups are welcome and can register up until 20th April.

Book your place now at and join the elite of 200 best startups from the CEE region.Use the code nordicstartupbits for a 20% discount.

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