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Ten Bulgarian Startups to Receive Preferential Access to the TNW 2019 in Amsterdam

Ten Bulgarian startups will receive preferential access to the Next Web Conference (TNW Conference 2019) – the technology festival in Amsterdam, considered as the heart of the startup environment in Europe, which this year will take place on May 9-10.

Thanks to the team of Sofia Tech Park, more Bulgarian startups will be able to attend TNW, as they have negotiated with the organizers a 50% discount from the standard price of the pass for the first ten registered Bulgarian companies (EUR 149 instead of EUR 299) and 20% for all the other startups. Furthermore, an opportunity to present business ideas to potential investors will also be available.

In order to apply for registration with a discount, please follow the link to the registration form.

For questions and additional information, please contact the team of Sofia Tech Park: Mrs. Tanya Tsigularova, Business Development department, phone: (+359) 889 900 609, e-mail:

The passes enable full access to all the events in the two-day conference programme, including lectures, panel discussions, workshops, meetings with investors and mentors, parties and other social events. Festival participants will have access to an online platform at TNW’s website, where they will be able to organize in advance their programme by selecting from a variety of initiatives and appointing attendance or B2B meetings.

The Next Web Conference is the largest conference dedicated to innovation, startups and technologies in Europe. The event brings together 17 500 visitors a day, 7 000 companies from over 100 countries, 72% of the visitors are the decision makers in the organisation they represent.

This is the 14th edition of the festival and this year it will take place at a new, bigger venue – a former shipyard in the Amsterdam Noord residential district, which today is a creative center for artists and entrepreneurs. There is a convenient free of charge ferry to the festival area.