Tiendeo Founder Maria Martín Villaró will speak at our EU-Startups Summit on May 12-13 in Barcelona

The 8th edition of our annual  EU-Startups Summit will be held in Barcelona on May 12-13! We can’t wait to welcome you back to this exclusive 2-day in-person event, and there are so many exciting things going to be happening. We’re bringing you the chance to mingle with more than 1,500 other attendees from all over Europe, to hear inspirational talks from internationally successful founders, connect with like-minded folk, partake in and experience a gripping startup pitch competition, and so much more!

Without further ado, we’d like to introduce another speaker to our excellent lineup: Maria Martín Villaró!

Maria Martín Villaró is co-founder of Barcelona-based Tiendeo, a leading company specialising in the digitization of the retail sector and expert in online catalogues. Maria founded Tiendeo in 2010 together with her twin sister Eva and is an inspiring female role model in both tech and business. 

Tiendeo uses machine learning and geo-profiling technology to connect retailers and brands with millions of shoppers, driving customers to stores. The platform now has over 75 million unique monthly users browsing and saving their favourite catalogues and local offers from their desktop and mobile devices. Beyond catalogues and coupons, the startup is also leading drive-to-store services, enabling companies to optimize their marketing strategies. The company has offices worldwide, including Mexico, Colombia, Brazil and Argentina and 170 team members.

As an inspiring woman in the entrepreneurial space, Maria will be joining us to give a keynote on her journey, sharing her insights on founding and growing a global company –  giving us the inside scoop on how to be a successful female founder. 

The Summit is just around the corner, so make sure you secure your ticket now so you don’t miss the chance to hear from the likes of Maria. In the meantime, more info on the event can be found here (we update this page pretty regularly, so keep a close eye 😉 )