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5 good reasons to attend the EU-Startups Conference

The countdown is ticking! On the 7th of November, we’re going to host the EU-Startups Conference at the WERK1 in Munich. The event will take place between 2pm and 7.30 pm and we’re expecting up to 120 attendees. If you haven’t purchased your ticket yet, here are 5 good reasons why you should do so:

1.) Speakers: We’ll have awesome speakers! In detail theseEU-Startups-Conference-2014 will be Bernhard Niesner (CEO of busuu – the Internet’s leading language learning community), Markus Barnikel (CEO of carpooling.com – a leading ridesharing marketplace), Jeff Lynn (CEO of Seedrs – Europe’s leading equity crowdfunding platform) and Olaf Jacobi (Partner at the Venture Capital firm Target Partners).

2.) Pitches: There will be an exciting Pitch Competition with 9 awesome startups. We’ll have startups out of Belgium, the UK, the Czech Republic, Finland and Germany. The winner receives the honor of the title, 500$ in AWS Credits and will be prominently featured on EU-Startups.com.

3.) Networking: We’ll have a great mix of European entrepreneurs, startup enthusiasts and investors in our crowd. The perfect basis for great networking opportunities. And who knows? One of our attendees could be your future employee, co-founder, business partners or maybe even an investors who is willing to fund your startup.

4.) Venue: The WERK1 is one of Munich’s hotspots for digital entrepreneurship. They offer great coworking opportunities and they have a nice event venue. It’s neither luxury nor shiny, but perfect for our first event! During the networking break we’re going to serve delicious finger food and drinks. If you’re still hungry/thirsty after the event, you’ll find bars and restaurants right around the corner. The WERK1 is located at the Kultfabrik near Munich’s Ostbahnhof.

5.) Tickets: We kept it affordable: The two ticket categories we’re offering (€25/€49) already include food and drinks. Make sure to secure your ticket now. The capacity is limited and the countdown is ticking. Tickets can be purchased here!

Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of EU-Startups.com and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).

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