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Bucharest – November 2018 – How to Web 2018, the most important technology event in Central and Eastern Europe, taking place on November 19 and 20, at the National Theater in Bucharest.

Some of the topics discussed by international experts such as Daniel Dines – UiPath CEO, Chris Wylie – former research director of Cambridge Analytica or Andrius Biceika – Revolut, are Blockchain, Intelligence Artificial, fintech, robots software, smart mobility or techdemocracy.

The conference is dedicated to IT technology and entrepreneurs committed and has been structured in five sections with over 40 presentations, 6 masterclasses and 20 classes: Leaders and Drawings, where experts from Revolut and FintechOS will be discuss new trends in Fintech, Elrond and KPMG for blockchain, Druid and UiPath for Artificial Intelligence, Glovo, Taxify and ApeRider about intelligent mobility; Innovation Design encompasses masterclasses and debates with corporate innovation and co-operation with commissions; At the Startup Academy, internationally renowned investors and founders will share their expertise with entrepreneurs who start; The Growth Machine is the department where experts, KPMG, Omniconvert, or Planable will present best practice in the development of distribution, sales and marketing processes that the startups must consider; Speakers in the Better Teams section include human resource topics that focus on team development within technology companies.

The two days of the event will be opened by Daniel Dines, founder and CEO of UiPath, which will talk about the spectacular path of the first Roman unicorn and Christian Lanng, founder and CEO of Tradeshift, who will present latest trends in supply chain systems. Amongst the most important moments in the conference agenda include the presentations of Chris Wylie (former research director of Cambridge Analytica) – Technlogy against democracy, Dan Toma (international consultant and author), Jevgeni Kabanov (Taxes) – Master's Class of Corporate Start , Julian Lukaszewicz (Fjord / The Doc, part of Accenture Innovation) – Masterclass Design Master's Class Across Esthetics, Mike Parsons (Innovation and Application of CIO's Qualification) – 11 Important Truths about How Innovation Works Really, Elise Sass (pitch & COO coach at Lift99) – Your best-legged and Andrei Pitis (Fitbit), Mihai Rotaru (Taxi before Clever) and Theodor Blidarus (FintechOS) will share their experience in international business and investment.

SPOTLIGHT STARTUP will announce its winners on the last day of the event. The rewards include: a 50,000 euro investment offer offered by Elpond through Techcelerator, tokens (ERD) worth 10,000 euros, offered by Elrond Network, TechCrunch Download Berlin packs and interviews in the final option for the 500th Silicon Valley Start accelerator. In addition, How to Web 2018 will launch the Fintech Innovators 2018 report, published with the support of the UniCredit Union, which will present some of the most promising beginnings of Romania that are developing innovative products for the financial industry.

On the two days of the conference, within the Office Hours program, interested parties can register for individual meetings with company consultants such as KPMG, DLA Piper, Orange or cleverbridge. The winner is a guest star for the most active, smartwatch Fitbit Versa and Party Fitbit, a party organized at the Interbelic club, at the end of the first day of the conference. Among the companies whose employees will take part in How to Web 2018 in Orange, BRD, DLA Piper, UiPath, Fitbit, Metro Systems, Zitec, Pentalog.

The new How To Web edition will end with the speech by Radu Paltineanu, climber, cyclists and blogger, the first novel to cross the Americas on a bike that will tell the participants about his adventure 3 years and 34,000 km, but for the soft skills needed to overcome the difficult moments that any entrepreneur can meet in their career.

2018 How to Web is organized in partnership with Bitdefender, UniCredit Bank and Fitbit, and with the help of UiPath, KPMG Romania, DLA Piper, Tradeshift, Gecad, Orange, Elrond, CleverBridge, Metro Systems, the European Investment Fund, F6S and Adobe Romania.


About Us How to Websites

How to Web was launched in 2010 and quickly became one of the most important technology events in Central and Eastern Europe. Starting this year, the conference is under the umbrella ANIS – Association of Employer Software and Software Industry. How To Web's seven issues have so far brought together over 5000 entrepreneurs, investors and technology industry professionals and supported the Spotlight Spotlight program with 200 startups.

More information is available on the web –

About ANIS

20 years of activity in Romania. established in 1998, ANIS represents the interests of Romanian IT companies and supports the development of local software and services industry, increasing both companies associated with external projects and those who produce intellectual property by creating products.

More than 130 members. ANIS brings together companies that have Roman or overseas, small or international capital, with headquarters in each of the main IT centers in the country, which can ensure society's representation at a national level .

Over 38,000 employees. ANIS members create a significant number of highly qualified jobs in society.

Turnover over 2.5 billion euros. The cumulative annual membership revenue gives ANIS in the field of key actors in terms of local economic footprint.

More information is available on the Association's website –

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