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About The Europas
The Europas, the European Tech Startup Awards & Invitation-Only Conference will be held on June 12, 2018, in London.
Founded in 2009 and still run today by Mike Butcher, The Europas are the premier awards for Europe’s hottest tech startups. While it concentrates on the newest companies on the scene, it also brings together the mid and late stage technology startups, as well as leading investors and media in the EMEA region. It’s a genuine, editorially driven, independent awards, judged by the community itself.
It will be accompanied by a parallel track called PathFounders, the exclusive event for startups Founders, in particular those at an early stage. Also invitation-only, PathFounders will bring together Founders and Investors in a series of exclusive networking experiences, on the days either side of The Europas.
The Awards celebrates the most forward thinking, progressive and innovative tech companies across over some 20+ categories. Startups can apply for an award or be nominated by someone else. It is free to enter or be nominated. We are no longer accepting nominations. Voting is live in May 2018.
For the last eight years The Europas has grown into a fun and fantastic awards ceremony, followed by an awesome after-party and networking. The Europas is a chance for you and your team to celebrate a year of hard of work in one incredible night in London. It consists of a daytime casual conference, as well as an evening awards ceremony, party and after-party.
PathFounders is a new invitation-only event about the future moonshot entrepreneurs networking with their future backers and partners. In the afternoon before The Europas Awards, PathFounders will featuring fireside interviews with key players, in a fantastically executed event, with amazing hospitality. Think of the most welcoming bar you’ve ever been to, with great drinks and good company. Add an incredible and talented crowd of (maximum) 150 of Europe’s hottest early-stage Founders, together with Europe’s best VCs and Angel Investors. We’ll bring together the hottest new entrepreneurs in one place, where they can network, talk and engage.
JUST SOME OF THE PREVIOUS ATTENDEES OF THE EUROPAS
Niklas Zennström, Founder of Skype Alexis Bonte, erepublik Andy McLoughlin, Founder of Huddle Avid Larizadeh, Google Ventures Florian Meissner, Founder of EyeEm Kathryn Parsons, Founder, Decoded Nick Halstead, Founder of DataSift Peter Arvai, Co-founder of Prezi Renaud, Visage, Co-founder, Eventbrite Shakil Khan, Spotify Tegan MoniqueGaan, Founder, Gigit Tony Jamous, Founder Nexmo.com
JUST SOME OF THE INVESTORS AT THE EUROPAS
Ben Holmes, Index Ventures Brent Hoberman, Founders Forum Christian Hernandez, White Star Capital Christian Thaler-Wolski, Wellington Partners Daniel Waterhouse, Balderton Capital David Rosskamp, Earlybird Eileen Burbidge, Partner at Passion Capital Jeremie Berrebi, Angel/co-founder at Kima Ventures Jon Bradford, Managing Director of Techstars London, Co-founder of f6s Jos White, Partner at Notion Capital Max Niederhofer, Partner at Sunstone Capital Michiel Kotting, Accel Partners Nic Brisbourne, Forward Partners Oriol Juncosa, Principal with Nauta Capital Reshma Sohoni, Seedcamp Rory Stirling, MMC Ventures Serguei Beloussov, Runa Capital Simon Cook, CEO, DFJ Esprit Sitar Teli, Partner, Connect Ventures Stephane Gantchev, LAUNCHub Bulgaria
JUST SOME OF THE MEDIA AT THE EUROPAS
Amir Mizroch, EMEA Technology Editor, The Wall Street Journal Ben Rooney, Co-Editor in Chief, Informilo Gabriella Griffith, CityAM Ingrid Lunden, International Editor, TechCrunch Jemima Kiss, The Guardian Juergen Stueber, Berliner Morgenpost Mark Scott, The New York Times Martin Bryant, Editor in Chief, The Next Web Monty Munford, The Economist Olivia Solon, The Daily Mirror Robin Wauters, Editor, Tech.eu Tim Bradshaw, The Financial Times