Entrepreneurship does not JUST happen in Silicon Valley. It happens in Europe too.
Discover some of the best people, organizations, tools, and technologies in the Spain and European Web and Entrepreneurship Ecosystem.
Join us at BizTech [Spain Night] on Tuesday, March 29, 2011, starting at 6:00 PM for an open and informal (and fun!) gathering.
P.S. You must sign up on Eventbrite to confirm your ticket.
Meet featured speakers:
Jeff Clavier Managing Partner, SoftTech VC
Jean-Francois “Jeff” Clavier is the Founder and Managing Partner of SoftTech VC, one of the most active seed stage investors in Web 2.0 startups. Since 2004, Jeff has invested in more than 20 consumer Internet companies developing new concepts (such as social media) or revisiting “old” ideas with a new set of economics and technologies. Jeff was recognized as one of the 13 “Web 2.0 King Makers” by Business 2.0 and 25 Most Influential People on the Web by Business Week. and is often noted for his investments in categories such as “passion-centric communities,” or for having already sold five of his companies in the past two years through successful M&As.
Bernardo Hernández, Global Head of Marketing for Emerging Products at Google
Bernardo is a Spanish tech entrepreneur and business angel who also holds the title of Global Head of Marketing for Emerging Products at Google. He has started, alone or with other partners, some of the most successful internet companies in Spain, such as Idealista.com, FloresFrescas.com or 11870.com. He is founder and president of StepOne, a company that help Spanish tech companies in their Internationalization. He has been an early investor in Tuenti, the leading social network in Spain where he served as President of the Board until the sale to Telefonica in the summer of 2010. He is also a Board member of the first internet company in Spain to go public, bodaclick.com
Loïc Le Meur Founder of Seesmic and LeWeb
Founder of social software application Seesmic and European Internet conference LeWeb. Prior to Seesmic and LeWeb, Loic started several other businesses such as Six Apart Europe, RapidSite, a web hosting service (acquired by France Telecom in 1999) as well as B2L, an interactive agency in 1999 (acquired by BBDO). Recently, Business Week Magazine named Loic one of The 25 Most Influential People on the Web. Loic was also named “Young Global Leader” by the World Economic Forum.
Meet 30+ startup entrepreneurs visiting from Spain including:
- Syderis Technologies
- Genera Interactive
- XUPERA Xperiencing Customers
- ISDI (Instituto Superior para el Desarrollo de Internet)
- Soluciones Interactivas
- I Wanna Go There / Mi maleta
- Science Tools
- Red Karaoke
- ExperienceOn Ventures
- Planet Media
- Porpra Augmented S.L.
- Padawan Network, SL (Layers.com)
- Tourism & Convention Bureau, S.L.
- Obvious Business, sl (Multiplica)
- Digital Samba
plus other investors, media rock stars, designers, developers, and beyond cool people who are involved in the Spain and European Web and Entrepreneurship Ecosystem.
What to expect?
- Inspiring European entrepreneurs
- Free wine
- Cool demos
- Impactful business conversations
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SFentrepreneur is San Francisco's largest entrepreneur meetup, attracting entrepreneurs, investors, mediarock stars, graphic and game designers, computer programmers and developers, and cool people from all walks of life.
More than 3,400 members strong and growing daily, SFentreprenuer meets every other month, usually focusing on a specific entrepreneurial or business-related topic.
Kudos from our members:
“This meetups are well-organized, punctual and provide networking opportunities for entrepreneurs. Members are encouraged to mingle with each other before and after each event with investors and/or mentors often dropping by events.”
— Walter Yu
“SFentrepreneur is THE group for Entrepreneurs. If you are looking to meet high caliber, like minded entrepreneurs, this is the group to join!”
— Angie Martinez
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Press passes are limited and will be made available to those who can verify they have 10K readers or more per month. This form is not a guarantee that you will receive a press pass as space is limited.
Tickets are transferable but are non-refundable.