How do startups connect to form communities and build a thriving startup ecosystem in a place that’s not London, Berlin or Paris?
For our second edition of Startup Open Club we’ll be meeting ZEST 2017 speaker Natalie Smolenski who’ll be giving us some cultural and psychological insights that startups should consider when deciding where to locate and how to partner.
Natalie is a cultural anthropologist and philosopher who leads business development for a blockchain technology startup, Learning Machine.
The second edition of Startup Open Club will again be a collaboration between MITA Innovation Hub and the Malta Communications Authority and is scheduled just a day before ZEST 2017 (http://www.zest.org.mt/)!
Look forward to see you.