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You missed the 10th Wolves Summit!? Here are 4 big things you won't know

In October of 2019, we rocked the tenth edition of Wolves Summit. We saw 400 startups and scaleups pitch their disruption to 200 investors, amidst 1,500 participants at the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw. This was an edition of the Wolves Summit with strong themes on the digital economy, innovations in the CEE market, and the digital economy – including increasing access to it. If you weren’t there, there are four big things you missed out on. But, we’ve got your back. Sit back, relax, and let us get you all caught up (so you’ll be ready for Wolves Summit 11th edition!).

The NY Resolutions that will get your Startup from Pitch to Payday in 2020

The end is coming. Well, the end of 2019 at least. The New Year rests on the horizon, still perfect, still gleaming. Still full of possibilities. What you make of it, rests largely upon you, and upon the things you choose to do. And the things you choose not to do. So what will you be doing in 2020, and what will 2020 make of your startup? Here, we’ve got a list of New Year’s Resolutions to get you from pitch to payday in 2020. The first of them begins with just that, the pitch. Let’s take a look.

The 7 Hottest Startup Hubs in the CEE Region, Part 2

The CEE region is where it’s at if you’re an investor, innovative company, or tech entrepreneur. This is the second of a two-part series profiling the tech hubs of the CEE region, and the sorts of disruptive solutions they’re producing. If you missed part 1, read that here first. If you’ve already covered that (and bought your tickets to the Wolves Summit event!), let’s move right onto part two:  Slovakia, Lithuania, and host of the 10th Wolves Summit, Poland.

The 7 Hottest Startup Hubs in the CEE Region, Part 1

The CEE region is the place for entrepreneurs with innovative ideas. It follows that it’s also the hot spot for investors right now. It’s also the place for companies wanting to build an intrapreneurship culture, or to partner with exciting new tech. We know this region as a whole is a-buzz because of the unique combination of low labour costs, high levels of education, and a young population with high rates of software developers and engineers. But which are the best CEE hubs to focus on? In this article, the first of a two-part regional profile, we’re going to profile some of the more exciting CEE startup ecosystems, and the sorts of technology businesses they’re creating right now.

The prospects of Polish startup ecosystem. What Wolves have to say?

  Poland cannot compete with Silicon Valley in terms of creating growth opportunities for startups, at least not within the next few years. There have been some changes made during the last decade and there are more to come, which is quite a positive forecast for all young tech companies. Meet the startup world Poland might be a tiny startup market compared to Northern California, New York or London, but it certainly has its assets. It’s constantly developing new startup hubs, accelerators, business incubators. Financing units like VCs and governmental ones engage in the ecosystem’s shape. Tech conferences such as Wolves Summit create invaluable growth opportunities by gathering startups, investors, corporations, mentors and experts in one place.

    You missed the 10th Wolves Summit!? Here are 4 big things you won't know

    In October of 2019, we rocked the tenth edition of Wolves Summit. We saw 400 startups and scaleups pitch their disruption to 200 investors, amidst 1,500 participants at the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw. This was an edition of the Wolves Summit with strong themes on the digital economy, innovations in the CEE market, and the digital economy – including increasing access to it. If you weren’t there, there are four big things you missed out on. But, we’ve got your back. Sit back, relax, and let us get you all caught up (so you’ll be ready for Wolves Summit 11th edition!).

    • 6 min read

    The NY Resolutions that will get your Startup from Pitch to Payday in 2020

    The end is coming. Well, the end of 2019 at least. The New Year rests on the horizon, still perfect, still gleaming. Still full of possibilities. What you make of it, rests largely upon you, and upon the things you choose to do. And the things you choose not to do. So what will you be doing in 2020, and what will 2020 make of your startup? Here, we’ve got a list of New Year’s Resolutions to get you from pitch to payday in 2020. The first of them begins with just that, the pitch. Let’s take a look.

    • 7 min read

    The 7 Hottest Startup Hubs in the CEE Region, Part 2

    The CEE region is where it’s at if you’re an investor, innovative company, or tech entrepreneur. This is the second of a two-part series profiling the tech hubs of the CEE region, and the sorts of disruptive solutions they’re producing. If you missed part 1, read that here first. If you’ve already covered that (and bought your tickets to the Wolves Summit event!), let’s move right onto part two:  Slovakia, Lithuania, and host of the 10th Wolves Summit, Poland.

    • 7 min read

    The 7 Hottest Startup Hubs in the CEE Region, Part 1

    The CEE region is the place for entrepreneurs with innovative ideas. It follows that it’s also the hot spot for investors right now. It’s also the place for companies wanting to build an intrapreneurship culture, or to partner with exciting new tech. We know this region as a whole is a-buzz because of the unique combination of low labour costs, high levels of education, and a young population with high rates of software developers and engineers. But which are the best CEE hubs to focus on? In this article, the first of a two-part regional profile, we’re going to profile some of the more exciting CEE startup ecosystems, and the sorts of technology businesses they’re creating right now.

    • 8 min read

    The prospects of Polish startup ecosystem. What Wolves have to say?

      Poland cannot compete with Silicon Valley in terms of creating growth opportunities for startups, at least not within the next few years. There have been some changes made during the last decade and there are more to come, which is quite a positive forecast for all young tech companies. Meet the startup world Poland might be a tiny startup market compared to Northern California, New York or London, but it certainly has its assets. It’s constantly developing new startup hubs, accelerators, business incubators. Financing units like VCs and governmental ones engage in the ecosystem’s shape. Tech conferences such as Wolves Summit create invaluable growth opportunities by gathering startups, investors, corporations, mentors and experts in one place.

    • 3 min read

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