Hubfest 2018

See you at Hubfest!

Hubfest is the catalyst for interaction, bringing the coolest accelerators, startups, investors and innovation hubs in one place.

Hubfest 2018 is a two-day startup and investor ecosystem festival, taking place on the 20th and 21st of September in The Hague. Visitors can meet innovators and get inspired by what it takes to get started as a business and what you will find along the way.

The official opening of Hubfest will be inaugurated by Constantijn van Oranje-Nassau of The Netherlands. With speakers: Ali Niknam (bunq), Hans Ober (TicketSwap), Bart de Liefde (Bird), Stijn Verstijnen (Deliveroo) and many more. Join for the bootcamp, pitch your startup, visit workshops and make connections at the deal-making area.

Ali Niknam, founder and CEO of bunq, is the youngest banking director in The Netherlands. Come and listen to his ideology steered by freedom.

Hans Ober, currently in the Forbes’ 30 under 30 Europe-list, is co-founder and CEO of TicketSwap. TicketSwap is on a journey becoming the world’s favorite platform, with nearly 3 million registered users across the world and counting.

Electric scooter company Bird has been around over a year and operates in more than 30 cities. Bird has raised upward of $300 million from various venture capital firms, including Accel, Greycroft and Sound Ventures.

The closing speaker of Hubfest is Stijn Verstijnen, as country manager of Deliveroo. Deliveroo is available in 14 cities in The Netherlands and works with more than 1,500 restaurants and 2,000 riders.

Workshops, Dealmaking & Networking
As a startup you can attend a three-hour bootcamp and learn how to attract investors. Take part in workshops and prepare your startup for networking, tax, growth hacking and teambuilding. More information can be found on the website.

Come and innovate!

Tickets: Early-bird € 35 | Regular € 50 (two-day ticket) | Students € free
Location: The Hague Tech
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