Focusing on the future of tech innovation and sustainability, the post-lunch sessions at the #TechEUSummit explored the metaverse, deep tech, the future of NFTs, European tech sovereignty, crypto, and how startups are helping in the ongoing Ukraine crisis.
Giovanna Graziosi Casimiro, metaverse producer from Decentraland, Rahim Attaba, VP of marketing at The Sandbox and Simon Foucher, CEO of Metav.rs shared insights into the world of metaverse and Web3 in an engrossing session.
Ethan Pierse, co-founder and producer of Series.E Media, Daria Saharova, co-founder and investor of World Fund, Aline Vedder, principal at Lakestar and Nick de la Forge, co-founder of Planet A underlined the importance of building and nurturing sustainable ecosystems.
Tough times don't last but tough people do. That’s the sentiment shared by the Ukraine tech innovators at the summit. Putting the spotlight on Ukraine's resilient tech sector, Alexandra Govorukha, head of international PR at Sigma Software Group elaborated on how the company revised contingency plans to get people to safer places during the war.
Dmytro Voloshyn, co-founder and CTO at Preply.com said shifting to a project management plan helped the company to survive the crisis. Evelina Komarnytska from Ukrainian Startup Fund talked about a range of solutions for their Ukrainian team.
And what better way to bring an end to the summit than by raising a toast to speaker Heini Zachariassen, founder and chief evangelist of wine-rating app Vivino.
A HUGE thank you to all of you that joined us in person and online, and we'll see you next year on the 17th of May 2023 in Brussels!