7. May 2014–
The startup conferences NEXT and HEUREKA are over, but Berlin Web Week still has plenty of events to attend for startups. Find our list here and feel free to add in the comments below if you have events to recommend.
Round Table: How Does a Startup Go Global?
May 7th, 2014, 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm, hub:raum, Winterfeldtstraße 21, 10781 Berlin
Executives from 99designs, MOO, Jimdo and OUTFITTERY will discuss the question of what it takes to successfully expand internationally. The discussion will focus on tackling, fostering, and growing a positive culture in an organisation as well as exploring new markets and dealing with legal issues. Also learnings on, for example, finding the right office space, dealing potential challenges, seeing opportunities and dealing with fails will be shared.
Unlocking International Startup Funding with Wayra, Seedrs & Vibewrite
May 7th, 2014, 7 pm – 10 pm, Rainmaking Loft, Charlottenstr 2, 10969 Berlin
Interested in raising larger seed capital or a pre-Series A? Join this panel on how German startup founders can unlock international finance and opportunities with the help of accelerators and equity crowdfunding. Garan Goodman (Wayra Munich Academy Director), Jeff Lynn (Co-Founder & CEO of Seedrs), and Falk Wolsky (Founder & CEO of VibeWrite Lernstift) will discuss this topic and share useful insights and learnings.
CELEBRATING INNOVATION in Berlin
May 8th, 2014, 6.30 pm – 10 pm, Allianz Forum, Pariser Platz 6, 10117 Berlin
German Silicon Valley Accelerator hosts to this networking event on Thursday Evening.
Not only will new technologies be presented, you’ll also get insights into the businesses of many startups and entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capitalists, corporates, dreamers and tech maniacs are welcome!
Visit the Facebook Event page for more details.
Silicon Drinkabout Berlin #3
May 9th, 2014
6 pm – 11 pm, Expedition Metropolis, Ohlauer Str. 41 (Alte Desinfectionsanstalt), 10999 Berlin
The Silicon Drinkabout made it to Berlin three weeks ago. There will be an event this week as well!
This startup event is sponsored by Wayra Deutschland and will –different to the office parties you know– take place in a community theater space in Kreuzberg.
It’s said that Telefónica’s Munich-based accelerator Wayra is looking for potential investments in Berlin. If that is interesting to you, you might want to stop by.
Visit the Facebook Event page to get more details.
Berlin Web Week Closing Party
May 9th, 2014, 9 pm – 4 am, Rocco & Sanny, Friedrichstraße 113, 10117 Berlin
The party is hosted by the team of Silicon Alley. You’ll find music, drinks, people... All that it takes for a good party.
Visit the Facebook Event page for get more details.