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10 & 11 APR `19 STATION BERLIN

Europe’s Interactive Business Festival for Digital Movers and Makers

Europe’s interactive business festival  for digital movers and makers

hub.berlin is one of the most important technology festivals in Europe.

With two full days of inspiring keynotes, lectures & discussions, interactive workshops & masterclasses, live tech demonstrations, and an unforgettable club night, we create a vibrant community to shape the digital transformation of Europe in the economy, politics, and science! 

Hosted by Bitkom, Germany’s digital association which represents 2,500+ companies of the digital economy, hub.berlin gathers a highly valuable business community (47% C-Level).

 

Connect with 5,000+ Visitors

Over 5,000 visitors from all around the globe gather at hub.berlin to push the boundaries of technology and drive innovation forward. Through special networking services and events, you will meet the right people at the right time. No matter if you're looking for partners, ideas, people that can push your project, or simply a fresh look at your product. 

Networking

Share Knowledge

Over 350 digital experts are taking the grand stages of hub.berlin. In interactive workshops, masterclasses, and keynotes they share what they've learned, their visions, and fuck-ups, as founders, managers, politicians and scientists. 

Speakers

Experience Tech

Witness ground-breaking inventions first-hand and share your experiences with the inventors and minds behind them. The tech shown at hub.berlin, provided by thoroughly curated partners, will impact all layers of coming generations.  

Tech

The Festival in Numbers

47

C-Level

5000

International Participants

120

Partners

1000

Startups

350

Speakers

Read the latest News, and Articles to stay on top of the tech economy.

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Speakers

» Governments, businesses and startups together at one event is very unique. Everybody here is collaborating and informing each other.«

Scott Chacon - Founder of GitHub