One business resolution worth keeping is making a commitment to attend more in-person networking and education events. For entrepreneurs in and around the tech industry, conferences are an essential way of getting up to speed on the latest developments, finding great new services and getting a read on potential clients, customers and investors – plus, you never know who else you’ll meet.
Looking to use your travel budget wisely? Paradigma Company has compiled a list of 5 must-attend conferences in Europe that can help your organization address technology and business challenges, software development and gamification.
1. Bitspiration Festival
Bitspiration Festival is the place where people from the Internet, music, startup and biotechnology industries meet up to share the most current knowledge and tips on how to make businesses more efficient by implementing new technologies. To this end, Bitspiration focuses on the digital revolution and the music & biotechnological industries.
LeWeb is an international conference for aspiring entrepreneurs, startups and media leaders, making this conference the perfect venue for getting inspired, building relationships and attracting media attention.
3. Shift Conference
Shift Conference becomes a meeting place for SMEs, IT experts, domestic and foreign institutions, investment funds, R&D institutions, students and media in the most beautiful city in the world. Prepare to meet the future of innovation in combination with excellent parties on the sea coast of Split!
4. Social Media Week
Social Media Week is a global conversation about how we can achieve more in an hyper-connected world. With over 2,500 events in cities around the globe, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to connect with other organizations that are innovating in the social space, collaborate on solutions for the future and make an impact with social media.
Spark.me conference is designed to inspire you, to ignite your imagination and to let you find YOUR spark – along with the people you need to know to make that happen. It is also about the people who attend and the way in which they interact – to use industry jargon, “network.” Jeff and I will be speakers for 2015 conference!