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Get Your Early Bird Ticket For This Year’s How To Web Conference

The fifth iteration of How To Web, Romania's top startup and entrepreneurship conference is yet again taking place in Bucharest from November the 20th through 21st. Over 70 speakers coming from four different continents will come together to talk about the Internet of Things and the evolution of hardware startups, the revolution of electronic payments brought about by crypto-currencies, the opportunities and challenges of startup financing, including crowdfunding, or how and why it is the perfect moment to start building video games.

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The fifth iteration of How To Web, Romania’s top startup and entrepreneurship conference is yet again taking place in Bucharest from November the 20th through 21st. Over 70 speakers coming from four different continents will come together to talk about the Internet of Things and the evolution of hardware startups, the revolution of electronic payments brought about by crypto-currencies, the opportunities and challenges of startup financing, including crowdfunding, or how and why it is the perfect moment to start building video games.

The program will be divided into four different tracks: Future Trends & Entreprenuership Track, Product Track, Game Development Track and Angel Investment Track. Taking place on the main stage, Future Trends & Entreprenuership Track will be the focal point of public dialogue on Internet of Things and the business opportunities created by this evolution. Speakers such as Chris Chabot, Florian Meissner, Jason della Rocca, Alex Barrera, Luka Sucic and Dilyan Dimitrov will discuss different aspects of IoT and give their own thoughts on the trend which is promising to dominate the tech industry in the years ahead of us.

Developed in collaboration with Mozaic Works, Product Track will host in-depth talks about product management. The audience will have an opportunity to hear more about product development from Ragnar Sass, co-founder of PipeDrive, as well as Mark Tolmacs, product manager at Ustream. Together, the two of them will talk about involving customers in the product development process for building a user-centric product, as well as discuss the challenges of team localization and the way in which you learn to work in an ever-changing environment.

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Game Development Track, which is organized in association with Game Developers Association (RGDA) and Mobility Games and Ubisoft, will host speakers such as Dan Olthen, Game of Thrones Producer at Bigpoint GmbH, Mathieu Muller from Unity Technologies, Vlad Micu from Critical Force Entertainment and Agnieszka Szostak, Founder PR Outreach who will talk about marketing and PR in the gaming industry.

Angel investors will also talk about the best practices and collaborations with accelerator programs for getting into killer deals. During Angel Investment Track which is organized with Angelsbootcamp and TrentoRise, Felix Peterson which financed startups such as Tumblr, Airbnb and Dropbox, will share his knowledge on finding the best deals. He will be joined by Jonathan Bixby from GrowLab, Adrian Gheara, angel investor, Malin Stefanescu and George Lemnaru who will talk more about investing and receiving an investment at Green Horse Games.

Get Your Early Bird Ticket Today!

Starting today, all interested visitors are able to get their tickets at the discounted price which is listed at the How To Web’s website. You choose between specific tracks or opt for a full conference package which covers all four tracks. This year’s How To Web will also feature several early stage startups competing in the Startup Spotlight competition who will have an opportunity to win $20.000 in cash prizes and work with some of the best mentors and investors coming from 500 Starutps, Techstars, Seedcamp and 3TS Capital.

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