On May 12-13, we will be hosting our annual EU-Startups Summit in beautiful Barcelona – gathering around 1,600 founders, investors, and startup enthusiasts for two days of networking, inspiration and learning.
For early-stage startups, getting noticed and getting media attention can be a crucial part to getting off the ground. Media coverage can help startups to get on the radar of early-adopters, future team members and investors alike. Across Europe, startup ecosystems are thriving and we have a healthy number of media publications keeping us up-to-date on all the latest startup news.
Given the EU-Startups Summit is Europe’s meeting point for startups, investors, and the startup community as a whole, we wanted to draw some attention to Europe’s startup publications – sharing who are the key players in this sector and how to get featured.
This year, we’ll be hosting a Startup Media panel discussion on the main stage, featuring some of Europe’s leading publications and startup media representatives. This panel will feature Mike Butcher, the Editor-at-Large of TechCrunch, Remco Janssen, the founder and publisher of Silicon Canals, Cathy White, the founder and director of CEW Communications, and Thomas Ohr, the founder and CEO of EU-Startups.
These four media representatives will surely be able to share some incredibly valuable insights for any startup or entrepreneur looking to get noticed by the media, and it is going to be a panel you don’t want to miss!
Mike Butcher is Editor-at-large of TechCrunch. He has written for several UK newspapers and magazines and has been named one of the most influential people in European technology by Wired UK. He has spoken at the likes of the World Economic Forum and also interviewed names such as Tony Blair and many others. TechCrunch, founded in 2005, is based in the US and covers global startup news, making Mike a global expert on all things startup.
Remco Janssen is the Founder & Publisher of Silicon Canals, an active member of the tech and startup ecosystem, and is passionate about the ways tech startups and corporates communicate. He is an expert in PR for startups and content marketing. Founded in 2014 in the Netherlands, Silicon Canals reports on the Benelux and European startup ecosystem, covering news, knowledge and insights related to European tech.
Cathy White, Founder & Director of CEW Communications, specialises in communications for tech startups and the wider ecosystem that supports them. She is also a Director of GeekGirl Meetup UK. Cathy founded CEW Communications at the end of 2016, and since launching, CEW has worked with a roster of clients including many fast-growing startups – Bright Little Labs, Jobbio, and Yodel – and investors – BGTA, Five Seasons Ventures, and SILK Ventures. Cathy will moderate the Startup Media panel discussion on our main stage.
Thomas Ohr is the Founder & CEO of EU-Startups. He launched the online publication back in 2010, driven by his passion for startups and excitement about Europe’s future. Since then, EU-Startups has grown into one of Europe’s leading startup publications. EU-Startups (Menlo Media S.L.) and the core team is based in Barcelona and aims to connect the startup ecosystems from across Europe, while giving European startups the visibility they deserve.
This media panel is going to be at once educational and enjoyable. These four media experts are all leading the startup media sector in Europe and will have interesting stories to share with us. Make sure not to miss it! Secure your ticket now!
Some Impressions from our previous in-person event:
Our Event Sponsors
Silicon Castles is a Tech Company Builder and Strategic Business Accelerator for technology, intellectual property and licensing businesses, located in Salzburg, Austria. The focus is on European Diamonds: technology startups with a unique business idea, scalable technology and outstanding intellectual property. Silicon Castles also organizes the Startup Executive Academy (SEA), an international Go-to-Market program for founders and executives of early-stage startups, taking place annually since 2017.
Unleashed, by the Purina Accelerator Lab, is the first and only accelerator programme in Europe dedicated exclusively to pet-tech. Their goal is to shape the future of pet care by supporting disruptive pet startups with technologies in advanced nutrition, sustainability, health and digital solutions that enrich the lives of pets and the people who love them. Over the last 2 years, Unleashed had accelerated 12 pet startups, facilitated >350 founders in the Unleashed community and welcomed over 1000 subscribers to the Unleashed pet tech newsletter.
Webex offers industry leading solutions in video conferencing, team collaboration, calling, contact centre and devices, and is trusted by 95% of the Fortune 500. With Webex, businesses can simplify communication, inspire innovation, and empower people to engage with each other anywhere on any device – giving businesses the ultimate edge. Because, when businesses enable employees to bring their best selves to work, everyone wins.
Freshworks is the leader of cloud-based customer and employee software including CRM, livechat, support, marketing automation, ITSM, & HRMS. Products are simple to set up, cost-effective & equipped with powerful automation. Through the Freshworks for Startups program the EU-Startups community can gain access to up to $10k credits on essential tools & products for your Startup. You also get access to Freshworks’ community of VCs, Investors, Mentors, & Customers. Claim your benefits here.
MarketerHire is the fast, easy way to get access to the world’s best marketers. Its recent launch into Europe means you now have on-demand access to our global network of expert, pre-vetted marketers with zero financial risk and full flexibility. Already, the company has over 3,500 customers ranging from early-stage startups to Fortune 500 companies, including: Netflix, AngelList, Plaid, Quip, Skillshare, Udacity and others.
Dassault Systèmes, the 3DEXPERIENCE Company, is a catalyst for human progress. Dassault provides businesses and people with collaborative 3D virtual environments to imagine sustainable innovations. They have worked with hundreds of startups to support their dreams and help them scale up and launch innovative and disruptive products onto the global market. Fundamentally, Dassault Systemes believes that the only progress is human, and startups are pivotal to driving it forward.
SafetyWing is building the first global safety net for remote companies, remote workers and nomads worldwide. Their products are built and designed by a fully remote team of nomads distributed across three continents. Remote Health by SafetyWing is a global health insurance that covers your employees and contractors worldwide under one simple plan.
ACCIÓ – Catalonia Trade & Investment is the Catalan Government’s agency that works to attract foreign investment to Catalonia, promoting the region as attractive, innovative and competitive business location for startups. Check out their offerings and the Catalonia Startup Directory.