The Next Web likely needs no introduction, but here’s a refresher – founded in 2006, the company has been providing Europe’s largest and most influential tech and business conferences to date, empowering not only startups with their multiple programs and awards but also progressing the discussion around a wide variety of fields.
This year is shaping up to be no different, even if it is The Next Web’s first all-virtual conference. It is likely that the virtual onference might leverage the features provided by conference management platforms such as Goldcast to successfully host the event.
One of the highlights of TNW2020 is the extensive list of speakers, including people from a wide assortment of vocations, among them business, startups, emerging technologies, security, venture capital, engineering, health, social media, marketing, journalism, the music industry, public relations, gaming, fashion, design, and more.
Some particularly notable names include:
|Rebecca Roth||Social Media Specialist & Imaging Coordinator, NASA|
|Chris Messina||Inventor of hashtag|
|Deborah Magid||Director of Strategy, IBM Ventures|
|Tamar Yehoshua||Chief Product Officer, Slack|
|Raj Samani||Chief Scientist, McAfee|
|Hans Schlatmann||Senior Sync & Marketing Manager, Sony/ATV|
|Shimona Mehta||Head Of EMEA, Shopify|
|Joshua To||Design Director, Google|
|Jim Adler||Founding Managing Director, Toyota AI Ventures|
|Manisha Mistry||Head of Digital Culture, Rolls-Royce|
|Tracey Trewin||General Manager, Microsoft|
|Jan Vapaavuori||Mayor, City of Helsinki|
|Yoojung Ahn||Head of Design, Waymo|
|Andréa Mallard||CMO, Pinterest|
|Rachel Been||Design Lead, Google Nest|
|Melanie Collins||VP, Global Head of People, Dropbox|
|Gavin Shetly||VP – Product Engineering, IKEA Retail|
|Francisco Crespo||Former CGO, The Coca-Cola Company|
|Wybo Wynbergen||Former VP, WeWork|
|David Fischer||Founder & CEO, Highsnobiety|
|Will Allen||Vice President Of Product, Adobe|
|Will Cady||Head of Creative Strategy, Reddit|
These are just a few names from a very large list, including numerous CEOs, multiple Financial Times correspondents, representatives from the European Commission, and much, much more. No matter what field your business is in, what type of knowledge you’re looking to gain, or what type of connections you’d like to build, there’s something for all.
With such a bevy of industry professionals, The Next Web has conflated them into 13 different stages.
|Impact||New and emerging tech|
|Growth Quarters||Scaling and sustainable growth|
|Checkout||Retail, customer satisfaction|
|Sustainable Societies||Sustainability, climate change|
|Neural||Artificial intelligence, big data, machine learning|
|Future of Work||Work, talent acquisition|
|Sprint||User experience, digital design|
|Transform||Big business, digital corporate innovation|
|The Assembly||Regulation, policymaking|
The Next Web is offering three different types of tickets aimed at the general public, investors, and startups.
There are multiple ways to take part, regardless of whether you’re a startup looking to rent a kiosk, an investor who wants to be up-to-date in the latest developments in their respective fields, or just curious about the current marketing trends from various industries (you can head here – https://www.leadjig.com/financial-advisor-marketing/ – for an example).
Both General and Investors tickets are tiered, allowing for a more flexible choice, with the higher tiers including not only access to the talks themselves but also to additional sessions, meetings, one-on-one networking, and summary reports, in addition The Next Web is offering a free tier that is available to anyone who refers three of their colleagues.Startups will also get their own dedicated tickets that allows additional benefits, such as a 2-day virtual booth and investor matchmaking.
Make sure to book your attendance today HERE!
Emanuil is a freelance writer from Bulgaria who also enjoys writing music and keeping up with emerging technologies