Next month, I return to London to host at the NOAH conference. An annual two-day event for the world’s Internet CEOs, executives and investors.
Excited to host the startup stage at the Noah conference I’ll present some of Europe’s hottest startups from various key industries. From more than 300 applications only 60 lucky startups made it to the London audience of potential investors.
In addition to hosting, I’ll also share pitching ideas and direct feedback with startups as a pitch mentor. They can gain more edge with stronger impact, polish their pitch and increase their chances of success.
2000 Experts at the NOAH Conference
NOAH London is a concept that unites more than 2000 experts of the digital economy. These experts meet, discuss and debate new concepts, business models while getting involved with productive networking. The wide audience spans from senior executives of acclaimed internet companies, entrepreneurs and investors to leading industry journalists.
NOAH positions itself as a wonderful opportunity to evaluate the current state of Internet technologies and strategies. Equally it opens the door to take a good look at the future of the industry and what’s to come.
Running for 7 years, the theme of the NOAH conference in London is to connect capital with great companies. It also helps service providers find relevant customers. NOAH Berlin the sister event, presents a discussion platform for CEOs and founders from established companies across key industries.
The NOAH conference takes place at a glorious venue – the Old Billingsgate, a former Victorian market. The striking location is on the Thames River bank in the heart of the financial district. This is in fact one of the most spectacular conference venues in the capital.