Hannover, Germany—ESN meets CeBIT 2017
The European Startup Network (ESN) has been invited by sponsoring organisation, CeBIT, to participate in the 2017 Scale11 conference in Hanover, Germany 20-24 March, 2017. “We are excited to be able to showcase startup ecosystem representatives from all over Europe under one roof at our European Startup Network delegation stand,” said Lisa Steigertahl, CEO/Co-Founder of ESN. “This way visitors will be able to get directly in touch and instantly learn about startups in different European countries. Further,the SCALE11 hall showcases more than 400 entrepreneurs from 40 countries, leading the way to a digitalised future” Representative Members from the Network will include Startup Poland, Beta-i, Startups.be, and the German Startup Association.
As founding members of the network, these representatives play a key role in the success and reach of the European Startup Network. Whether it is collaboration in an event, research, or the sharing of best practices, this organisation is an open and available resource in the building of a European Startup Ecosystem built from veteran stakeholders in the entrepreneurship community. With the expectation of over 200,000participants, a total of 450 startups will be represented in this year’s conference. Corporate representatives will include Salesforce, Mastercard, Volkswagen, Service Partner One and DICE Ltd.
For more information about the European Startup Network or the go-to-market opportunities, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Information can also be found on our website: www.europeanstartups.org/events
About European Startup Network
The European Startup Network is a non-profit organisation launched in 2016 as a grassroots effort towards developing the startup ecosystem of Europe. The goal is to harmonise and empower European startups with respect to: entrepreneurial culture, market access and access to information on how to navigate the legal environment (eg. bureaucracy, corporate law, data protection and taxes). To achieve this, the ESN has developed a joint Action Plan to collaborate with all relevant local communities, pan-European networks, as well as European Commission departments and officials to improve national and European policy making, facilitate an international Go-To-Market, as well as build and strengthen startup ecosystems.