Speaking at The Next Web Conference
A personal invitation to speak at The Next Web Conference
we want you
The Next Web Conference is the breath of fresh air bringing together the world’s leading thinkers, promising global startups and most inspiring technology companies to share their innovative ideas with the world.
We strive to bring the best to the stage and we’re constantly pushing the bar. We’d love for you to help push it higher, inspiring our international tech-savvy audience with the latest insights on technology, business & culture.
About The Next Web Conferences
Amsterdam, São Paulo, New York
The Next Web Conference was established in 2006 and its European Edition is Europe’s leading Internet conference. In August 2012 we kick started our international expansion with a yearly TNW Latin America Conference, hosted in vibrant São Paulo. In 2013, the third continent was added and TNW USA took place in never sleeping New York City.
TNW Conferences are attended by thousands from all over the globe. The audience consists of executives, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs and senior marketing managers from all over the world who share a passion for innovation.
The live-stream is watched by 40.000+ people and the content is covered on our own global tech outlet TheNextWeb.com, which has 9 million readers per month and is continuously ranked in the top 5 most influential blogs in the world.
Other attending publications include Techcrunch | Mashable | The Guardian | ZDnet | Wired.com | BBC | Wallstreet Journal | CNN | Engadget | The Verge .
Amsterdam, April 23 - 24 2015
Attendance: 3500 people
TNW Latin America
Sao Paulo, December 2nd, 2014
Attendance: 500 people
New York, December 10th, 2014
Attendance: 1000 people
Technology, Business, Culture
The content at TNW Conference ranges from visionary keynotes about the tech-focused future of our world and its impact on business markets and culture, to inspiring talks on a.o. leadership, digital innovation, growth, creativity, marketing, publishing, design and development.
After each session the speaker is asked to go to the Speaker bar (a TNW invention) where the speaker may pour drinks for the attendees and have informal low-barrier discussions with interested attendees. Always a big hit for both parties.
Previous Speakers include:
Chief scientist Accel & Bit.ly
former Director of the National Cyber Security Center and CEO of ICANN
Vice-President of the European Commission
Chief Digital Officer of NYC
President Obama's Special Assistant for Science, Technology, and Innovation