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TNW Conference 2016: the biggest startup festival on the planet!

One of Europe’s leading startup and tech events, The Next Web (TNW) Conference, is organising the biggest startup happening of the next year: a week-long, festival-style event, which brings together 20,000 of the world’s top technology leaders, venture capitalists and entrepreneurs. The goal of the ambitious TNW team is to create “the biggest startup festival on the planet”.

The TNW Conference 2016 will be held in Amsterdam across five days, from 24 – 28 May. It will tie together business development, thought-leading content and endless networking opportunities, including more than 10 stages, 500 exhibitor pavilions, and a music festival, as well as multiple ‘fringe’ events and masterclasses. TNW will also join forces with both StartupDelta and Startup Amsterdam to organise a variety of startup- and tech-related events throughout the city and The Netherlands in the same week.

Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten, co-founder and CEO of The Next Web, commented: “Today, technology is no longer a separate industry: it is the disrupting factor in every industry.The success behind next year’s event will be scaling the personal, intimate approach that we’re known for, so that every industry can experience it and engage with one another, strike partnerships across sectors, and in turn increase their rates of innovation.”

The TNW team has already opened applications for its “2-for-1” voucher for next year’s conference. Visit the conference page and apply now! (Update – August 2023: The website seems to be out of use, and we therefore deactivated the original link).

Speaking of events, do you have your ticket yet for the upcoming EU-Startups Summit?

Ieva Treija
Ieva Treija
Ieva Treija has joined EU-Startups.com in August 2015. She has two passions: marketing and startups. Background in journalism helps her to put both passions together and come up with exciting stories for the readers. Ieva lives in in Riga (Latvia).

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