Exactly 10 years ago three entrepreneurs (Patrick, Boris and Arjen) founded The Next Web, but what is now one of the world’s largest online publications came from humble beginnings – starting life as a small 200-person conference in the heart of Amsterdam.
After nine successful editions The Next Web Conference has grown into a 2-day takeover of the city with 3,500 attendees, and a guestbook that includes the founders and CEOs of YouTube, Pinterest, Airbnb, Evernote, Shutterstock, WordPress, 99designs – and the King of the Netherlands. We’ve witnessed a cow take to the main stage, had some very special speakers serve you drinks at our Q&A Cocktail Bar, and we’ve partied in the streets of Amsterdam’s best entertainment district for Dutch Kingsday.
2015 marks a decade of delivering exceptional events and networking opportunities to technology’s leading influencers. We’ve already announced our first round of speakers for this year, with dozens more confirmed. We’ve invited 50 of the most exciting early-stage startups to exhibit in our business area, with 100 others on the way. And we’ve got some remarkable ideas for capturing the unique, eccentric essence of each of our events that went before it.
Brother Boris at last year’s TNW Conference.
For now, secure your Super Bird ticket here (think early bird, but better!) and watch last year’s aftermovie for a taste of TNW Conference. Just a taste, though. There’s nothing quite like the real thing.
➤ To purchase your Super Bird ticket to TNW Conference 2015, click here!