EU project MY-GATEWAY offers 10 tickets for startups to attend summit
MY-GATEWAY, an initiative by the European Commission’s Startup Europe project that aims to strengthen the capacities of high-tech start-ups and innovative SMEs in the CEE region, is offering ten tickets to the Lisbon Web Summit in November.
Startups based in the region have until July 27 to apply for a ticket to attend the summit as part of the MY-GATEWAY team. Startups at a more advanced phase of development, with a prototype and a business plan, are more likely to be selected, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal; unique ideas are also said to be a plus.
The Web Summit, first organized in 2010, will be held in Lisbon’s Altice Arena between November 5 and 8. According to the summit’s website, it is “the largest technology conference in the world.”
Startups should apply at https://www.f6s.com/my-gatewaytowebsummit18. MY-GATEWAY will only provide tickets, and will not cover accommodation or travel costs.
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