Weekly Berliner Techlist

Autumn is here and it brings with it a tom on conferences full of brilliant tips to be the best entrepreneur in the city. Culminating in the Entrepreneurship Summit DevFest, a two day meeting that will give you the tops secrets on the field. Be ready startups! And visit our Twitter feed to be up to date! 

Monday 08 October

68th Webmontag Berlin. IT architecture and infrastructure are the topics of this 68th meeting, where three startups will be on stage to talk about their business experience from the very beginning. Come and enjoy the talk from Bastian Hoffmann, from ResearchGate, Francis Varga, from Crowdpark, and Knut Nesheim, from Wooga. From 7:30 pm at Mobilesuite Co-Working, Pappelallee, 78/79.

Tuesday 09 October

An Informal Gathering of Founders, Freelancers and Entrepreneurs. This meeting devoted to discovering what the Berlin startup scene has been cooking comes back again, supported by Amazon Web Services. Delightful buffet and drinks will be available. From 7 pm. Visit the website to check the location. Up.fron.ug. This monthly user group is back with amazing lecturers, like Max Ogden, a javascript developer, and great talks about some riveting world tech issues. From 7:30 pm at Co-up, Adalbertstrasse, 7.

Thursday 11 October

BSC: A Fireside Chat with Wellington Partners. The investment manager at Wellington Partners, Christian Thaler-Wolski, will talk about the Wellington Partners past investments, what the company is now looking for plus several tips for founders who want to approach WP for an investment. Here’s your chance, startups ;) From 7 pm to 9 pm at Co-up, Adalbertstrasse, 7.

Saturday 13 October and Sunday 14 October

Entrepreneurship Summit DevFest. Two days one topic, ‘Innovation and Diversity’, all devoted to entrepreneurship. A unique conference that puts all you need to know to start a successful company in one package. From Saturday at 9 am to Sunday at 7 pm.

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