Startup Safari ’Networking’ tickets on sale at half price


Due to huge demand, the Budapest Business Journal is offering special "Networking" tickets with a 50% discount for Startup Safari, the annual festival introducing the world of startups in a real working environment with proactive audience involvement, which returns to Budapest on April 17-19 this year.

Safari is not just an ordinary conference, but an event where much of the city becomes part of one huge three-day startup festival. Participants can get to know the startup ecosystem of Budapest by joining workshops, presentations, breakfasts, office tours and meetups.

During Startup Safari, the most exciting startup and tech companies will once again open their offices. Visitors can get an insight into their everyday lives, and talk to their teams; gain first-hand experience about what it’s like to work in such places; and potentially even head home with a new job offer.

The good news is that as a BBJ reader, you can now take part in Startup Safari Budapest for half the price, if you click on this link!  The "Networking" ticket offers access to 15 events, and even workshops and networking parties.

The YouTube video here will show you how more than 4,000 participants enjoyed the event last year!


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