The inaugural Tech.eu Summit in Brussels Expo kicks off in less than a week, and we can't wait to see you all there!
Join hundreds of European tech entrepreneurs, investors, corporate leaders, policy makers, academics and journalists as we discuss the best way to carve out a path of sustainable growth path for the #EUtech scene, and define actions to take its startup innovation ecosystems to the next level.
On our Grow stage, one of the sessions we have in story is a primer on storytelling that anyone with an interesting in marketing and PR for startups and VCs will not want to miss.
The discussion will be moderated by Joanna Kirk, PR strategist and founder of JKPR, but also an advisor and community builder working alongside international ecosystem builders, VC funds, fast-growth companies and startups in tech and creative industries. (Atomico, Station F, Change Now Summit, Founders Factory, London & Partners, Crowdcube, Made.com).
Currently based in Paris, she is a member of Sista, the organisation which supports women in technology and entrepreneurship, and heads up the French chapter of Techfugees, an impact-driven organisation empowering displaced people with technology.
Joining the panel is James Clark, who joined the platform team at Molten Ventures in April 2020 as Marketing Director and leads marketing activities for Molten while supporting the VC firm formerly-known-as Draper Esprit's portfolio companies.
Over more than 20 years, James has developed abroad range of experience in marketing, policy and deep industry knowledge around venture funding and tech startups.While working at the British Venture Capital Association, James published policy research into the role of technology and innovation. His three major research papers Tech Country, The Missing Piece, and VC Evolved, looked at how early stage entrepreneurship interacts with sources of growth funding.
Joining us all the way from Berlin is Marie Fabiunke, who has worked with some of the most renowned international VC investors, founders, tech unicorns and market leaders. Currently operating partner at FoodLabs and Atlantic Labs, she has built and led Comms, PR and IR teams and programs globally.
Last but certainly not least is our panelist Nick Taylor, managing director of Ballou PR in the UK with over 10 years experience working with tech companies across sectors, having counselled industry leaders including Samsung, Trivago and Expedia as well as UK government departments. Nick is a B2B and corporate specialist. Prior to Ballou, Nick worked at Seven Hills and FTI Consulting in its financial comms team, as well as at a FTSE 100 company in its in-house PR team.