More international startup success stories at HEUREKA 2016


HEUREKA is just around the corner! The 5th annual conference is taking place on June 7th this year and promises great panels, workshops and networking opportunities. One of the highlights of the conference is our top-notch speaker list and we’re excited to share more big names with you below.


Or OfferOr Offer is the CEO and co-founder of SimilarWeb. He established the Israel-based company in 2009 at the age of 24. Starting as a website recommendation tool, the data measurement and market intelligence startup now has a team of over 280 people and operates for hundreds of thousands of clients worldwide.



Andreas König is the CEO of TeamViewer, a global software company with more than 200 million users worldwide. Previously Andreas was a member of the Swisscom Executive Board and CEO of Swisscom IT services and held various leadership positions at NetApp. TeamViewer has been installed over 1 billion times and has a team of over 600 employees.



SpeakerPhilippe von Borries cofounded millennial magazine Refinery29. Philippe leads the Refinery29 product, marketing and commerce teams and oversees strategic direction of its content strategy. The company has seen tremendous growth and has become a prominent distribution channel for advertisers. Philippe got his start in digital media working at The Globalist, a DC-based international affairs startup.



Timm SchipporeitTimm Schipporeit is an investor at Index Ventures, a venture capital firm that backs the most ambitious entrepreneurs globally, from seed to venture to growth. Index has invested in many companies including auxmoney, Dubsmash, Movinga, Raisin (WeltSparen) and SoundCloud. Before joining Index, Timm worked at Morgan Stanley for 11 years, most recently as an executive director in the European technology investment banking practice.



Come learn key tips for success from these speakers and more at HEUREKA 2016. EarlyBird discounted tickets are only available until April 30th. Apply for yours today!