Put your startup in front of the world’s tech community: Applications close soon!

Put your startup in front of the world’s tech community: Applications close soon!

The story we hear from young startups is always the same – their attempts at securing the coverage and capital they need often go completely overlooked due to overflowing inboxes and crowded Twitter feeds. Luckily, we offer a far more effective way to get your young startup in front of the world’s tech community.

Our Boost program at TNW Conference Europe presents your company to 20,000 international tech influencers, investors and journalists – and could even secure you some incredible stage time during the closing ceremony of our event.

This year we’re hosting 150 companies, but only 40 spots are still available. If you manage to get through our interview process and secure yourself one of these few remaining spaces, you’ll reap the benefits of some awesome perks: including curated one-on-one investor meetings, pitch time at high-profile corporate HQs, an extremely high-quality demo booth on a carefully curated business floor, and the chance for coverage from The Next Web editorial team.

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Simply submit some brief information about your startup here and we’ll be in touch within a week. In other words, taking two minutes to complete a form for free could totally change the trajectory of your company. What have you got to lose?

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Confirmed media outlets

The press confirmed for this year’s conference is incredibly diverse, including VICE, Wired, Financial Times, CHIP, AFP, Bloomberg, MIT Technology Review, Tech.eu, ZDNet and the BBC. So far, more than 120 outlets have reserved their passes.

Confirmed investors

Accel, Balderton, 500Startups, Mosaic Ventures alongside more than 100 other investors are already confirmed as in attendance for this year’s edition. All registered investors will receive pitch decks from Boost participants and the opportunity to arrange 1-on-1 meetings.

 

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