We’re hosting a week of 100+ tech events – including Amazon’s AWS Summit

We’re hosting a week of 100+ tech events – including Amazon’s AWS Summit

By now, you’ve probably already seen our amazing lineup for TNW Europe, the festival bringing you top-flyers from the likes of Facebook, Google, Adyen, Booking.com, Uber, Thuisbezorgd, Reddit, Zalando, Blendle, WeTransfer and many, many more.

But did you know that a ticket for TNW Europe is so much more than a simple, all-access pass to one of the world’s favourite two-day conferences: it’s also the key to free registration and 50 percent discounts for a week of incredible side events running from May 23-27, 2016.

Amazon’s AWS Summit, Young Creators Assembly, Crowdfunding Day Europe, The Next Women and many more are all on-board for TNW Tech Week and have saved you a seat.


The goal behind Tech Week is to give you the chance to experience as much of the technology, business and entrepreneurship powering our hometown as possible.

For example, the AWS (Amazon Web Services) Summit will be held on May 24. Whether you are new to the cloud or an experienced user, you’re bound to learn something new here. These events, held around the world, are designed to educate new customers about the AWS platform and offer existing customers deep technical content to be more successful with what Amazon has to offer.

Or maybe you’re interested in visiting Young Creators Assembly: a unique and exclusive event for entrepreneurial students and teenagers that are interested in tech and startups. Get inspired by major global tech companies and successful founders and connect with fellow Young Creators!

We’ll be confirming dozens of more learning, networking and party opportunities in the coming days and weeks – but as it already stands, Amsterdam is set to be buzzing with activity.

Check out all confirmed events here.

Don’t forget: in order to take advantage of all of Tech Week’s perks, you’ll need a TNW Conference pass. But hurry – 72 percent of conference passes have been sold already!

Get your ticket now

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