How To Web sets out to ignite the Eastern European startup scene [Discount tickets]

How To Web sets out to ignite the Eastern European startup scene [Discount tickets]

While it doesn’t get a lot of attention from the rest of the world, the Eastern European startup scene is rife with talented developers, and How To Web is a conference that intends to support, inspire and connect the region’s ecosystem with a top-class program of talks, case studies, panels and workshops.

Taking place in Bucharest, Romania, on 9 and 10 November 2011, How To Web features over 30 international speakers and panelists. These include hacker, inventor and futurist Pablos Holman; Eric Wahlforss, co-founder and CTO of SoundCloud; Mark Randall, Chief Strategist at Adobe Systems, and Thai Tran, founder and CEO of Lightbox and a former project manager at YouTube and Google. No commercial ‘sales pitch’ talks are allowed – this is all about providing useful, high quality information.

So. Much. Tech.

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Topics up for discussion will include digital mobile trends; the development of the daily deals business model; the fundamental steps that Software-as-a-Service businesses have to take in their development, and much more.

It’s a two-track event that also includes a Startup Challenge competition, an Expo section, exclusive parties and excellent networking opportunities. Over 750 attendees are expected to attend from more than 10 countries, including regional startup community leaders – this is a major event in the Eastern European tech calendar.

The Next Web is a media partner for How To Web and we will be reporting from the event. We’ve lined up a 10% discount on tickets for our readers. To take advantage of the discount, go to the ticket registration option in the top-right corner of the event’s website and click the ‘Click here to enter a promotional code’ option. Enter TNW_ROCKS as the code and you’ll be given 10% off your ticket price. See you there!

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