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The biggest tech conference in Central and Eastern Europe, infoShare, returns to Gdansk on May 22-23 at the AmberExpo.

Across three days, the region’s tech startups, investors, and stakeholders will convene for opportunities in networking and deal making. More than 6,000 people are expected to be in attendance.

Startups in the exhibition will have an opportunity to meet with potential investors and customers.

The conference features several different stages, each taking on different subjects with speakers from the various perspective of startups, investors, and support organisations, including: Paweł Chudziński, managing partner at Point Nine Capital; Kaidi Ruusalepp, CEO of Funderbeam; and Adeline Michaux, innovation program manager at European Startup Network.

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The Inspire Stage will tackle the biggest issues in emerging technologies from AI to IoT and fintech to medtech. The Marketing Stage will dive into the world of marketing for startups with speakers such as Eric Siu, CEO of US marketing agency Single Grain.

The Startup Stage will provide insight for startups at all stages on scaling and growing. Meanwhile infoShare’s annual Startup Contest will see 20 European startups compete for €20,000 in cash prizes. This year nearly 500 startups from 46 countries applied for the chance to pitch their companies to investors.

Before the conference kicks off on May 22, there will also be a day of workshops for developers and startups, such as: Deep learning for developers; Preparing to raise capital – decks, plans and pitches; and NFV: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.

Tickets for infoShare are available now.