Seemingly three different areas – technology, startup, music – will be brought together this year during the Bitspiration festival for the fourth time. Between 22nd and 23rd of June 2015, both computer bit enthusiasts, as well as music beat fans will meet and join their forces at the Warsaw Palace of Culture and Science. This exotic combination may lead to revolutionary ideas and projects in creative areas of technology, startups and music. The conference is aimed at Internet entrepreneurs, IT professionals, investors, trendsetters, as well as journalists and music managers. Bitspiration for already four years attracts representatives from the largest companies of new technologies and startups, giving them a unique opportunity to personally meet and exchange their experience. The festival regularly contributes to the development of knowledge, creation of new businesses, raising funds for the development of companies and, most importantly – to setting up new relations and finding collaborators.
Previous editions of Bitspiration offered series of lectures with representatives of Google, YouTube, Napster, Microsoft, Spotify and many others thus attracting the attention of global media, among others – TechCrunch and tech.eu. This year’s edition of the conference will surprise again with even more innovative form and updated program. The Internet geeks will connect with the music industry to discuss some problems that musicians face as a result of development of new technologies. In addition to inspiring panels and discussions, we will have a lot of fun and integration during the concerts of popular bands. 2015 Bitspiration will host again famous technology gurus such as Mateusz Kusznierewicz (Olympian and founder ZOOM.ME), Marvin Liao (Partner in more than 500 startups) and Keith Teare (just.me founder, co-founder of TechCrunch).
We also felt this bit (or beat :)) at Startup Poland and on Tuesday the 23rd of June we organize a panel discussion at 10 am How to build a successful startup ecosystem in Europe? Our guests will tell us about building startup ecosystem and will share their experiences from different parts of Europe. And there is a lot to share, since Kumardev Chatterjee is the founder of the European Young Innnovators Forum in Brussels, w Brukseli, Sigrid Johannisse is the director of the Startup Delta in the Netherlands, Dr. Saul Reichman.- a Vice-President of the Israeli Challenge Fund, Markus Schranner leads Startup Germany, Mari Vavulski is the head of the Startup Estonia, and Guy Levin a CEO of Coadec from the UK.
So take your headphones and computers and let’s listen to the bits of the Bitspiration festival together! See you soon!
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