The Next Web and Barcelona.IO are gearing up for the little get-together we’re hosting in Barcelona next week at the awesome Antiga Fàbrica Estrella Damm venue near the Sagrada Família.

There are still seats available for the event: tickets are only 20€ and can be purchased right here.

We’re hosting the event on Thursday 11 July, from 7PM to 9:30PM – followed by a meetup with free beer for everyone – at the old Estrella Damm factory (C/ Rosselló 515 in the Eixample district).

It’s possible that there will be some last-minute changes to the program and speaker line-up, but it will likely go something like this:

6PM — Registration

7PM — TNW and Barcelona.IO wish you a warm welcome

7:05PM — Aldo de Jong (founding partner of Claro Partners) will quickly share some very interesting findings based on an ethnographic study of the Barcelona startup ecosystem.

7:10PM — Robin Wauters, European Editor of The Next Web: “How to get the press to cover your startup”.

7:20PM — Martin Mignot from international VC firm Index Ventures will talk about early-stage investing in Europe and the ‘Series A crunch’.

7:35PM — A panel of investors: super angel Luis Martin Cabiedes, VCs Marcel Rafart from Nauta Capital and Ángel García from Lanta Digital Ventures, and the head of Wayra Spain, Gary Stewart.

8PM — Some words of wisdom from public speaking and pitching expert Marion Chevalier.

8:10PM — Elevator pitches: Five one-minute presentations from early-stage startups based in Barcelona.

8:20PM — Sage advice on entrepreneurship from Mark Henkel, founder and CEO of Rocket Internet-backed online payment startup Paymill.

8:35PM — A panel conversation on social gaming, featuring expert founders Andrés Bou from Social Point and Vicenç Martí from Akamon.

8:55PM — Heather Russell, founder and CEO of Japan-based e-commerce site Rinkya will talk about the many mistakes she’s made as an entrepreneur (and how not to be a dick).

9:10PM — A panel on being an entrepreneur in Spain, featuring Jochen Doppelhammer from Yuilop, Manuel Jaffrin from GetApp and Erik Schultink, CTO of Tuenti.

9:30PM — End of the event, followed by many an Estrella Damm beer.

Convinced yet? :) Get your tickets here and hopefully see you next week!

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