The Next Web València has made it official that more than 100 businesses would take part in its next month's event, which will include names such as Cabify, SouthPole, HubSpot for Startups, and Mercadona, which has recently joined the brand as an official partner.
The event, sponsored by the Financial Times and organized in collaboration with the Valencia City Council, will take place on March 30 and 31, as well as other activities such as Invest in Valencia and Active Valencia.
CEO's and founders of some of the world's largest startups and scaleups, such as ngel Alberich Bayarri (Quibim), Katica Roy (Pipeline Equity), Theressa Voss (chunkx) or Heini Zachariassen (Vivino) will impart their knowledge to the general public.
The conference will be one of the best opportunities for participating firms to network with international investors, enhance their brand visibility, strengthen connections, and strengthen knowledge leadership.
A significant percentage of people who attended The Next Web with a managerial position or greater responsibility stood out in previous years.
The Amsterdam edition of The Open Door Conference gathered over 3,500 entrepreneurs, over 9,700 investors, and over 195 exhibiting firms in the last year.
The Next Web València is a company event that allows businessmen to spend time relaxing and meet new friends in a relaxed atmosphere. Its distinctive Ferris wheel makes it ideal for holding meetings and publicizing projects outside of the office.
The whole event will be conducted in English, with around 2,000 people expected to participate, including more than 100 speakers, more than 50 exhibitors, more than 300 entrepreneurs, and 75 investors.