Bogdan Iordache, the founder of How To Web, the eastern European web technology conference, is busy promoting it across Europe. He is presenting at the events in Germany, Bulgaria, Croatia and native Romania, where the conference about web technology and entrepreneurship is to take place on November 9-10, 2011.
Over 30 speakers will present at the conference, which aims to help entrepreneurs build better web applications. Among them are successful entrepreneurs such as Adam Somlai-Fischer, the co-founder of Prezi, Branko Milutinovic , the founder and CEO of Nordeus and Vladimir Oane, the co-founder and CEO of UberVu.
Speakers from startup accelerators include Seedcamp‘s Reshma Sohoni and Carlos Espinal, Chris Kowalczyk from GammaRebels, Eoghan Jennings, the co-founder of StartupBootcamp, Jon Bradford of Springboard and ignite100 and Mikko Jarvenpää, the Chief Marketing Geek at HackFwd.
According to Iordache, to help improve the attendance rates, How to Web team has even organized free transportation. Three buses will collect cash-strapped entrepreneurs from Sofia, Belgrade and Timisoara to bring them to Bucharest, Romania. To ensure that the attendees stay for the duration of the conference, startup presentations are scattered throughout its two-day program, culminating in a debate whether there are too many incubators in Europe and, of course, a party.
Come to learn more about web entrepreneurship, meet the industry players or showcase your company. But hurry, the deadline to submit applications for the startup challenge is tomorrow, the 20th of October. Qualified startups will have a product aimed at the global market, received no previous venture investment and are present in business less than two years.
The conference is in its third year and rumor has it that last year How to Web rocked.