Ready to enhance your knowledge, build valuable connections, or simply be part of the most important tech event in the region? Hurry up! You can still get your Very Early Bird ticket starting at 49 EUR for How to Web Conference 2014, until midnight!
This year How to Web Conference turns 5 and it brings you a bigger, bolder format: 4 distinct tracks with content specially tailored to your interests and needs! The main stage discussing future trends & entrepreneurship will be at the core of the event, with 3 other tracks on product management, game development and angel investment packed with insightful talks and remarkable speakers. All these completed by plenty of opportunities to network with the very best in the tech ecosystem, both during the conference and at the awesome How to Web parties!
How to Web Future Trends & Entrepreneurship
The main track of How to Web Conference 2014 brings to the table captivating talks about future trends that will change businesses and industries worldwide, tech entrepreneurship, getting an investment or building tech products with disruptive potential.
How will the mobile future look like? How hard is hardware? What are the opportunities and challenges of crypto-currencies or how can you plan an investment? Join us to get the answer to these questions and many more from technology leaders and worldwide known professionals such as Manuel Heilmann (Co-Founder & CEO Coinzone), Ze Pinto Ferreira (Co-Founder & CEO FNV Labs) or Florian Meissner (CEO & Co-Founder EyeEm, Germany). And the list goes on. Check out the speakers’ that confirmed their attendance to How to Web Conference 2014, as well as the track agenda here.
How to Web – Game development track
Since the regional game development industry is thriving, this year How to Web and the Romanian Game Developers Association (RGDA) will reveal the tactics behind the scenes of the greatest hits.
Find out more about the complete game startup turnaround or the phases of a game production cycle from reputed specialists such as Dan Olthen (Game of Thrones Producer at Bigpoint Gmbh), Mathieu Muller (Field Engineer, Unity Technologies) or Vlad Micu (Head of Studio, Critical Force Entertainment). Get the scoop on the speakers and the schedule here.
How to Web – Product track
If you want to find out more about building better, more scalable products, you should not miss the Product track, developed in collaboration with Mozaic Works, which will bring you a collection of talks on best practices and hacks featuring wildly skilled speakers.
Learn how to involve the users in the product development process, how to plan development stages and coordinate a flawless execution or how to cope with chaos, all these from reputed specialists such as Ragnar Saas (Co-Founder & New markets, Pipedrive) or Mark Tolmacs (Product Manager, Ustream). More speakers are to be announced soon, but meanwhile you can check out the track agenda here.
How to Web – Angel investment track
Angel investors looking to get into killer deals have a specialized track exclusively dedicated to them at How to Web Conference 2014. Developed along with Angelsbootcamp, the Angel investment track will bring together top-notch investors and accelerators in the region to share best practices for investing in tech startups.
Get together with Felix Petersen (Angel investor & Chief Product Officer, Tape.tv), Mike Doherty (Angelsbootcamp), Adrian Gheara (Angel Investor in 123ContactForm, Axosuits), Rune Theill (co-founder, Rockstart), Lyuben Belov (co-founder, Launchub), Simon Jenner (co-founder & CEO, Oxygen) and many others to discuss about the essentials of early-stage startups investments. Find out more here.
Get your Very Early Bird ticket now
And the good news go on! This year you can buy separate tickets to each of the 4 tracks to make sure you attend the parts of How to Web Conference that best fit your interests and needs. It’s your last chance to get your Very Early Bird ticket starting at 49 EUR so hurry up and save your place now at: http://2014.howtoweb.co/tickets/
See you in November at How to Web Conference 2014!