The Next Web (TNW) Conference is all about deep learning and the future of technology. On May 9-10, 2019, over 17.500 digital minds will come together to join the global tech conversation.
The most intimate technology festival on the planet
TNW Conference has been running since 2006, and has proven itself as the prime hub that gathers together technology agents driving business innovation. In this edition, TNW explores the way we think about innovation, in line with this year's theme, The Privacy Paradox. Expect to hear from speakers on topics like marketing, e-commerce, AI, and design.
The festival was dubbed “The most intimate technology festival on the planet” by CNBC.
Join 17.500 digital minds to share ideas and do business
Themes that TNW Conference explores are wide-ranging, which is exactly why it’s Europe’s leading tech festival. There’s so much to see and do, with 11 content tracks to delve into. Each one focuses on different themes about how new technologies and societal factors will impact our collective future.
On the Main Stage, you can watch and listen to the most influential names in tech as they share their visions for the future. In the Re:brand track, examine the future of marketing from AI to authenticity and everything in between. The Future of Work track looks at what we can expect to see in the evolution of work and technology over the next 20 years.
Meanwhile, The Next Women Summit shines the spotlight on women in technology and innovation. In the Sprint track, expect unchartered territory in terms of how product design teams can ensure that digital product users have a positive experience. Other tracks include The Art of Tech, Machine Learners, Future Generations and Checkout. See the full list of tracks on the TNW Conference website.
T500: a shortlist of young visionaries
An important strand of TNW is the T500, the definitive shortlist of 500 of the most promising, ambitious and talented members of the digital scene in the Netherlands. The biggest agents of change under the age of 26 in the areas of coding, design, academic research and digital storytelling will be honoured in this prestigious list.
If you're a talented expat tech hustler under the age of 26 you can apply for the T500. Or you can do your bit by nominating a friend!
Book your tickets
You can book your TNW tickets on the conference website. Tickets range from 149 euros for access to the exhibition, to a one-day conference pass for 499 euros, a full pass for 649 euros or a full priority conference pass for 799 euros.
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