Continuing successful cooperation, Norvik Banka will be the Digital Freedom Festival official bank for the third year in a row. Together they will promote discussion about FinTech topics and help startup businesses attract investment. During the Digital Freedom Festival conference on November 30th and December 1st the Norvik Banka Investor Lounge will hold discussions on the impact of new technologies on the banking and finance sector.
Join DFF at Tallinn Music Week!
DFF Goes to Tallinn Music Week Join the Digital Freedom Festival (DFF) team at Tallinn Music Week (TMW) on April 6th and 7th! We will attend the two-day TMW conference - a leading creative impact event focusing on music, new economy, civic initiative, gender politics, better cities and design thinking. During the festival you can explore brave new sounds from all over Europe and beyond at Tallinn’s best concert venues! Expect around 250 artists – from cult to pop, from dance to metal, from folk to classical music.
The Digital Freedom Festival Invites Startup Entrepreneurs to the European Startup Week 2018 Event in Riga
On March 5th - 9th Startup Europe Week 2018 (SEW18) will be held throughout Europe for the third year in a row. Last year it gathered more than 100 thousand technology and startup entrepreneurs, experts, policymakers, investors, journalists and students in more than 40 countries.
How Not to Fail at Corporate Synergy
Anatomy Next has appeared in 500 Startups Pitching Competition finals at Digital Freedom Festival and Bett Conference in London. Last month the company announced a big partnership deal with Microsoft. Sandis Kondrats, CEO of Anatomy Next, shared his startup story and tips for corporate synergy. If you plan on teaming up with a big corporate, read on how Kondrats’ company Anatomy Next successfully established cooperation with Microsoft!
The new generation of event organisation – How to succeed
Working in Public Relations for 20 years, event organisation has truly become a passion of mine. Whether its organising a small meetup, or an international tech conference gathering over a thousand people - I've seen and done it all. Last year we held the Digital Freedom Festival for the third year in a row, gathering more than 1000 people. I'm often asked such questions - what does it takes to organise a big event that gets people's attention, inspires them, motivates them to learn new skills, and make great business connections; how we can keep up our spirit, and what motivates us to continue down this path?