Eastern European Conference on
Web Entrepreneurship and
Technology
2nd Edition
Web Events in Europe
Winners @ Web Events in
Europe 2007 – 2010
Eastern European insights

   Highly talented people
   Continuous industry development
   Interest in global projects
...
Eastern European needs

   Access to first-hand experience and information
   Networking for co-founders and partners
 ...
Presenting How To Web
How To Web Conference 2010

3 – 4 November 2010, Bucharest

 500 participants
 20 international speakers
 24 presentati...
Conference overview

Biggest Web Entrepreneurial Event
in Eastern Europe

   Information based presentations. No sales pi...
Event structure


 Single-thread     8 Workshops
 presentations                      Networking
                          ...
Themes

Web services               Startup essentials

Mobile web apps            Geo-location services

Markets & opportu...
Speakers
The Silicon Valley connection

      Loic Le Meur                                    One of the most popular European blog...
The London connection

Christopher Grew                                Christopher is THE lawyer many start-ups meet when
...
The investors connection

Reshma Sohoni                                   Reshma is the CEO of Seedcamp, organizer of the ...
Top 6 Seedcamp winners (1)

 Boštjan Špetič                             Bostjan is the CEO of Zemanta, Seedcamp 2007 winne...
Top 6 Seedcamp winners (2)

       Kris Hiiemaa                              Kris runs ERPLY, an ERP on the web, that incl...
Top-class strategic partners




Digital PR services     Access to the      Media partners
provided by Snapshot,   biggest...
Official supporters

    Marcin          Vladimir Oane    Calin Fusu
    Grodzicki       UberVU           Neogen
    AdTal...
A great venue




Situated in the center of Bucharest, Intercontinental is a 5* Hotel
with impressive conference spaces an...
Target participants

Main target
 Occupation: web entrepreneurs, web developers &
  professionals, venture capital invest...
Promotional campaign

 International         Regional                National

   Online PR      Print and online PR   TV,...
Team


Adelina Badea                                Ioana Ceausu
marketing & PR manager                       event projec...
Thank you
for your interest!
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  1. 1. Eastern European Conference on Web Entrepreneurship and Technology 2nd Edition
  2. 2. Web Events in Europe
  3. 3. Winners @ Web Events in Europe 2007 – 2010
  4. 4. Eastern European insights  Highly talented people  Continuous industry development  Interest in global projects  Stronger local communities  Low rate of investment and support organizations
  5. 5. Eastern European needs  Access to first-hand experience and information  Networking for co-founders and partners  Access to seed, angel and venture capital  International exposure for global projects
  6. 6. Presenting How To Web
  7. 7. How To Web Conference 2010 3 – 4 November 2010, Bucharest  500 participants  20 international speakers  24 presentations and panels  8 workshops
  8. 8. Conference overview Biggest Web Entrepreneurial Event in Eastern Europe  Information based presentations. No sales pitches allowed.  Regional networking event  Global exposure  Added value through experienced entrepreneurs, top professionals and hands-on experience workshops
  9. 9. Event structure Single-thread 8 Workshops presentations Networking mixers 30 min. each Startup corner Afterhours parties 20 presentations 4 panels Tech corner
  10. 10. Themes Web services Startup essentials Mobile web apps Geo-location services Markets & opportunities European web entrepreneurship Third-party applications Social games Cloud computing Web security
  11. 11. Speakers
  12. 12. The Silicon Valley connection Loic Le Meur One of the most popular European bloggers and web Seesmic founder & CEO entrepreneurs, Loic runs on a daily basis Seesmic, a social communication platform. Furthermore, Loic is the co- Le'Web organizer organiser of the Le'Web conference in Paris. Ramu is the founder and CEO of Hi5, one of the biggest Ramu social networks in the world. Started as a social dating website, Hi5 is now the number one social network for Yalamanchi tens of countries in the world. Hi5 Founder
  13. 13. The London connection Christopher Grew Christopher is THE lawyer many start-ups meet when searching for VC deals in London. He is a great professional Orrick for those who are looking for excellent advice on venture Partner capital financing and a supporter of the start-up scene. A long time journalist, Mike is in charge of editing Mike Butcher TechCrunch Europe, one of the most famous tech blogs in Chief editor the world. In April 2010 he was named as one of Britain’s TechCrunch Europe Top 100 “digital power-brokers” by Wired UK magazine. Alex Van Someren A long time serial entrepreneur with two IPO's in his resume, Alex now works as a consultant for different UK Serial entrepreneur companies and also for UKTI (United Kindom's Trade and UKTI Dealmaker Investment organisation).
  14. 14. The investors connection Reshma Sohoni Reshma is the CEO of Seedcamp, organizer of the most CEO Seedcamp popular European start-up contest. She joined Seedcamp from the Venture team at 3i. Reshma started her career in investment banking (Broadview) and venture capital (Softbank). Katy helps Eden Ventures, one of Europe's top VC company, Katy Turner identify great web businesses with global potential. Prior to Eden Ventures working at Eden Ventures, Katy has held a number of Associate positions for Orange UK. Alex Hoye Alex is CEO of Latitude - UK's largest digital marketing firms in 2009 with an anual turnover of £58.5M. Beeing a serial Investor, entrepreneur entrepreneur and angel investor, his background offers a CEO Latitude range of entrepreneurial, media and internet expertise matched with global experience.
  15. 15. Top 6 Seedcamp winners (1) Boštjan Špetič Bostjan is the CEO of Zemanta, Seedcamp 2007 winner. Zemanta has created a 'content intelligence' platform to CEO Zemanta automatically enhance content, which can be edited to make the material 'web ready'. Juan is the CEO of BaseKit, Seedcamp 2009 winner. Juan Lobato BaseKit is a next generation web builder tool, enabling the development of dynamic, rich and functional web sites & CEO BaseKit web apps quickly & easily – without the necessity to code. Emi Gal is an entrepreneur, blogger and internet Emi Gal consultant. Currently he’s the CEO of Brainient, 2009 CEO Brainient Seedcamp winner, an interactive video ad server and he’s actively involved with various other technology & internet start-ups.
  16. 16. Top 6 Seedcamp winners (2) Kris Hiiemaa Kris runs ERPLY, an ERP on the web, that includes comprehensive CRM, accounting, billing and inventory CEO ERPLY management for SMEs. Beeing a Seedcamp winner in 2009, ERPLY already attracted $2 milion dollars in funding. Felix is the CEO of Stupeflix, 2008 Seedcamp winner, while also Felix Fidelsberger winning Seedcamp as a founder of Toksta. Stupeflix is a web CEO Stupeflix service that automatically turns user-selected photos and videos into custom professional-looking music videos. Vladimir Oane Vladimir is the CEO of UberVU, 2008 Seedcamp winner. CEO UberVu UberVU organises the social media communication mess by getting comments, reactions and mentions around a story from all over the Web, and highlighting the relationships between them.
  17. 17. Top-class strategic partners Digital PR services Access to the Media partners provided by Snapshot, biggest european with the most a McCann PR division startup network important tech for technology blog in the world
  18. 18. Official supporters Marcin Vladimir Oane Calin Fusu Grodzicki UberVU Neogen AdTally, BDM Co-founder Founder Vlad Stan Scott Rafer Emi Gal Seedmoney, Lookery Brainient Investor Co-founder Co-founder Dragos Ilinca Reshma Sohoni Alex Van UberVU Seedcamp Co-founder CEO Someren UKTI Bobby Voicu Dragos Roua Carmen Blogger, dragosroua.com Ciulacu entrepreneur Advisor IDG Romania
  19. 19. A great venue Situated in the center of Bucharest, Intercontinental is a 5* Hotel with impressive conference spaces and high quality rooms and restaurants.
  20. 20. Target participants Main target  Occupation: web entrepreneurs, web developers & professionals, venture capital investors  20 – 45 years, higher education, living in major cities across Eastern Europe Secondary target  Occupation: online media professionals, IT&C students, general entrepreneurs  20 – 45 years, higher education, living in major cities across Eastern Europe
  21. 21. Promotional campaign International Regional National Online PR Print and online PR TV, print and online PR Social media Print and online Print, online and radio engagement advertising advertising Viral campaigns Official bloggers Posters & flyers Local presentations Local presentations
  22. 22. Team Adelina Badea Ioana Ceausu marketing & PR manager event project manager adelina.badea@wembrio.com ioana.ceausu@wembrio.com Raluca Georgescu Bogdan Iordache how-to-web.net manager evangelist raluca.georgescu@wembrio.com bogdan.iordache@wembrio.com Wembrio is a support organization for online entrepreneurship, entrepreneurs and all those interested in becoming familiar with the online business and technology scene. 
  23. 23. Thank you for your interest!
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