Polish Tech Night
About the Event
Are you looking to expand your startup internationally, but you’re not sure where to start? No matter the stage of your plans, a perfect chance to test the waters is approaching, and it involves our Western neighbor. Berlin’s startup ecosystem is hosting its fourth Polish Tech Night later this month, and you simply can’t miss it!
The Polish Tech Night series had its launch in 2016, when the Polish and German startup scenes decided to brainstorm over its commonalities, and eventually bridge the gap between the two neighboring scenes. Now, with the PTN as a regular event with hundreds of attendees, it’s hard to deny the fulfillment of their goal. Each iteration of the event is populated with hundreds of Polish and German young entrepreneurs and investors, all looking to attend numerous workshops, network, and open up new opportunities for everyone involved.
This year, the event will focus around traditional VC-centered funding and Private Equity, versus blockchain-powered fundraising. Guests will get a chance to hear from Paweł Chudziński of Point Nine Centra, Christophe Hocquet – the CEO of Brille24, Marie-Luise Klose of Deutsche Bahn Digital Ventures, and many more.
To get everyone started, the organizers have planned a field trip around Berlin’s best accelerators, incubators, and co-working spaces around the city. After a considerate amount of sightseeing, the rest of the day will be filled to the brim with startup-focused workshops. Attendees will get to experience a Berlin Startup Ecosystem primer, hear legal tips for navigating the world of GDPR in data collection and marketing, as well as receive a tutorial on successfully convincing a VC that their startup is a prime investment opportunity.
For the finale of the event, PTN will host a main stage event where 7 Polish startups will get to pitch their projects to investors and Berlin’s tech community.
Make sure to head to Polish Tech Night’s website to find out more about the event and its schedule. Please take note of the fact that while the event is free, separate registrations are required for each of its segments: