ViennaUP 2024 Coming Next June

Conferences

The date of the upcoming ViennaUP 2024 has been set - the Startup Festival is coming back from June 3-9, 2024.

The event is set to feature seven days full of pitch sessions, hackathons, seminars, and countless opportunities to get to know the right people as well as Vienna’s bold ecosystem, filled with entrepreneurs and investors from Austria, CEE, Europe and the world, all supported by a robust R&D landscape, dense funding network, and rising investment scene.

The startup ecosystem is already working at full speed to make the program really exciting again, regardless of whether one is looking for contacts, investments, skills, or cool tech experiences.

In 2023, ViennaUP attracted 14,000 people from 96 countries - and 98% of participants said they would recommend the festival to others.

ViennaUP is an international startup festival initiated by the Vienna Business Agency, comprising of dozens of events from the Viennese startup community (and its international partners) for the world.

More information and exclusive early access is available via signing up to ViennaUP's official newsletter: https://viennaup.com/newsletter/

 

 

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