On October 12, the Ukrainian capital will host the fourth edition of the international Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Kiev, a leading industry event. Some 1,000 attendees from Ukraine and neighboring countries, as well as from Europe and the USA, are expected.
The conference will bring together local and international experts, developers, investors and blockchain startup founders.
Startups from Ukraine and neighboring countries are invited to apply to participate in the global startup competition Challenge Cup 2017 to be hosted on September 22 in Vilnius, Lithuania.
In total up to 20 startups will be selected to present their project in a live pitch competition in Challenge Cup Vilnius. Projects are invited to apply until September 8.
Front-end developers, designers, online innovators from across Europe, including Ukraine, are invited to the third edition of the Refresh conference in Tallinn on September 8. This event will bring together some 500 professionals in the Estonian capital.
Presented as an innovative community event for specialists who strive to build products their clients would love and actually want to use, the conference aims to increase product building competency in the region and inspire people to build valuable things on the web.
Major international forum to address hot political, business and technology issues (Poland, Sept. 5-7)
The 27th edition of the Krynica Economic Forum, an important meetup for decision-makers in Central and Eastern Europe, will be held under the title “Project Europe: A Recipe for the Coming Decades” in Krynica-Zdrój, Poland in early September.
Every year, this three-day event gathers together thousands of people — including prominent figures — from political, business, technology and cultural circles from Europe, Asia, and the USA. Thus last year more than 3,500 participants came from 60 countries and attended 180 panels.
High-level networking event to gather tech companies and investors from across Europe (Monaco, Oct. 5-6)
Small and big startups from Eastern Europe, including pre-IPO ones, have an opportunity to present themselves to a bevy of high-level international investors, tech journalists, and financial analysts in Monaco on October 5-6 in Monaco.
Monaco Tech Invest will organize 30 pitches from select tech companies, and 300 one-to-one meetings to match some 150 attendees.
The Ukrainian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (UVCA) and the Western NIS Enterprise Fund (WNISEF) are announcing the UVCA Challenge: CES Edition 2018, which will be held in September 2018 in Kyiv (Kiev).
The ten best startups, up from eight teams last year, will receive the opportunity to exhibit for free at the Ukrainian Expo of the International Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas in early January 2018.
Last month Mobile Beach Conference, which presents itself as Europe’s biggest mobile marketing event, held its third edition in Odessa, southern Ukraine.
Some 1,000 attendees from 29 countries participated in the event, which targeted marketers, app developers, startupers, investors, advertisers and publishers.
The fifth edition of the ITEM conference will be held in Dnipro (a city of Central Ukraine formerly known as Dnipropetrovsk) on June 17-18. More than 1,000 developers, project managers and top managers of IT companies from all over Ukraine are expected to attend.
Local and international speakers will share their experience in running a successful IT business in Ukraine.
The fifth edition of the Ukrainian E-commerce Awards, the annual ceremony to honor top Ukrainian e-commerce players, was held last month in Kyiv (Kiev).
Over 200 Internet projects participated in the contest. The winning companies were chosen by online vote by some 10,000 customers among a list of companies pre-selected by the jury.
In late April the third edition of international engineering startup competition Vernadsky Challenge was held in Dnipro (a city of central Ukraine formerly known as Dnipropetrovsk).
Out of 230 applicants, ten projects were selected as finalists. The four most promising projects shared two million hryvnias in grants (roughly $75,000 at the current exchange rate).