Tech leaders from around the world will take the How to Web stage to talk about innovation across industries that is generating value for global communities.
Founder & Innovation scout at Intelligencr [UK]
Innovator and Startup mentor [UK]
CEO & co-founder, EyeEm [DE]
This year, How to Web has an enhanced format, featuring specialized tracks with content tailored to your specific interests.
How to Web’s main stage will host thrilling talks about tech entrepreneurship, investment, disruptive products and future trends that will impact businesses and industries worldwide. Don’t miss the keynotes delivered by tech leaders focusing on innovation in a broad range of disciplines!
Top game developers from around the world will share the secrets to their games’ global success through practical examples and hands-on case studies. Feel the pulse of the local and regional gaming industry and meet the people behind the games.
Learn how to manage tech products, get user input and prioritize development stages, while coordinating a flawless execution. Participate in instrumental talks on best practices and success stories that set new quality benchmarks for delivering user experience from the first click to the last.
Get involved in talks about best practices for investing in startups and derivative opportunities. Get together with other angel investors and uncover potential leads, while meeting top startups in the CEE.
What our previous attendants have to say about How to Web.
If you are interested in attending great lectures and meet face to face the most relevant people from our industry than How to Web is the place to be. I totally recommend.
I had a great time speaking at How to Web on two occasions. This conference attracts a highly engaged audience of Eastern European influencers, is well-curated with global speakers and superbly executed.
I consider this conference as one of the best places to meet with both aspiring tech founders and fellow investors that are either coming out of the region or having a great interest in the upcoming SEE. This is mostly due to both the right size of the event on one side and on the selective curation from the organizers on the other.