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How to acquire 1200+ contacts in 2 days?

   "I understand the importance of networking, but it just doesn't come naturally for me. I don't really like it."   Although people who join conferences like Wolves Summit are usually very impressive, successful top players of the business world, many of them either struggle with networking or at least are not fully satisfied with its outcomes. What we have noticed during many conferences we have been to (including our own) is that majority of those people do have much to offer, they just forget that networking, as a form of sales, is a skill that you need to train.   Have you ever found yourself thinking “How do I find new clients?” or "How do I approach networking in a way that will bring a real value to my business?"? Maybe it doesn't feel comfortable for you to approach people and talk to them? Maybe once you stick to one person, you’d rather stay with them for longer or maybe it's the other way around - you don't know how to finish conversation without sounding rude? If your answer to any of those questions was "yes", this post is for you.   Here's the essence of best Wolves practices that will help you master networking

Startups you want to meet

Time is the most important and valuable thing you have - no matter what you do, you are never getting it back. So how much of it you spend looking for fresh, innovative ideas... just to realize you have seen most of them already?   We have created Wolves Summit to properly support innovation by giving the participants an access to a platform that assures getting to relevant people 1:1. To bring the essence of the innovative world into one place, shorten the process of its development and save time of this world's game changers. It comes as no surprise then that we focus on who joins the conference, that they actually are relevant and needed in the innovative ecosystem. We pride ourselves on bringing top players among decision-makers: investors, corporates and executives, but there is also this second, just as important group, the brains behind the innovative ideas: startups. What are the steps we are taking to assure that startups joining us bring real value to the event, answer the needs of todays world and fulfill the promise of bringing innovation into the world? Here is the startups you'll meet during Wolves Summit.

"It’s all about how much you can swallow" – a short story about a good entrepreneur

Maciej Balsewicz, after his career both in one of the top consulting firms and one of the biggest asset management companies in the world, pursued his entrepreneurship path. Now he leads a top-notch fund (bValue) based on private capital, backed by one of the top angel investors in the CEE region: Rafał Brzoska, Tomasz Misiak, Marian Owerko.

Don’t be afraid to hunt the unicorn

Piotr Piasek, the co-founder of Wolves Summit, talks with Barbara Sobowska, Harvard Law School graduate about her business and deal experience. Barbara left her growing career in the biggest firms and decided to pursue her own path working closely with startups and investors.

Money doesn’t grow on trees, so how do you raise capital?

  Young companies need funding. It’s no news, really, but the hard part begins, when you don’t know where to search for the money. But what if you could meet 300+ investors and 450+ managers from around the world in one place?

    How to acquire 1200+ contacts in 2 days?

       "I understand the importance of networking, but it just doesn't come naturally for me. I don't really like it."   Although people who join conferences like Wolves Summit are usually very impressive, successful top players of the business world, many of them either struggle with networking or at least are not fully satisfied with its outcomes. What we have noticed during many conferences we have been to (including our own) is that majority of those people do have much to offer, they just forget that networking, as a form of sales, is a skill that you need to train.   Have you ever found yourself thinking “How do I find new clients?” or "How do I approach networking in a way that will bring a real value to my business?"? Maybe it doesn't feel comfortable for you to approach people and talk to them? Maybe once you stick to one person, you’d rather stay with them for longer or maybe it's the other way around - you don't know how to finish conversation without sounding rude? If your answer to any of those questions was "yes", this post is for you.   Here's the essence of best Wolves practices that will help you master networking

    • 10 min read

    Startups you want to meet

    Time is the most important and valuable thing you have - no matter what you do, you are never getting it back. So how much of it you spend looking for fresh, innovative ideas... just to realize you have seen most of them already?   We have created Wolves Summit to properly support innovation by giving the participants an access to a platform that assures getting to relevant people 1:1. To bring the essence of the innovative world into one place, shorten the process of its development and save time of this world's game changers. It comes as no surprise then that we focus on who joins the conference, that they actually are relevant and needed in the innovative ecosystem. We pride ourselves on bringing top players among decision-makers: investors, corporates and executives, but there is also this second, just as important group, the brains behind the innovative ideas: startups. What are the steps we are taking to assure that startups joining us bring real value to the event, answer the needs of todays world and fulfill the promise of bringing innovation into the world? Here is the startups you'll meet during Wolves Summit.

    • 9 min read

    "It’s all about how much you can swallow" – a short story about a good entrepreneur

    Maciej Balsewicz, after his career both in one of the top consulting firms and one of the biggest asset management companies in the world, pursued his entrepreneurship path. Now he leads a top-notch fund (bValue) based on private capital, backed by one of the top angel investors in the CEE region: Rafał Brzoska, Tomasz Misiak, Marian Owerko.

    • 1 min read

    Don’t be afraid to hunt the unicorn

    Piotr Piasek, the co-founder of Wolves Summit, talks with Barbara Sobowska, Harvard Law School graduate about her business and deal experience. Barbara left her growing career in the biggest firms and decided to pursue her own path working closely with startups and investors.

    • 1 min read

    Money doesn’t grow on trees, so how do you raise capital?

      Young companies need funding. It’s no news, really, but the hard part begins, when you don’t know where to search for the money. But what if you could meet 300+ investors and 450+ managers from around the world in one place?

    • 3 min read

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