Readmill’s co-founder Henrik Berggren is now among the confirmed speakers at upcoming Berlin web conference Heureka.
Heureka, co-hosted by Gründerszene and VentureVillage, will take place on Monday 7 May at the Energieforum, Berlin and will be the new epicentre of networking and ideas creation for online businesses.
Berggren will lead a session on how to build an internet company (in five steps). In other sessions, Xyologic’s Zoe Adamovicz (recently voted most charming CEO in Berlin) will join Young Internet’s Verena Delius to debate the future of mobile technology. In the incubator session, Lukasz Gadowski (Team Europe), Dr. Stefan Glänzer (Passion Capital) and Florian Heinemann (Project A) will discuss their investment strategies and where internet business is heading.
Delivery Hero’s CEO Niklas Östberg will discuss how to globalise your company from the get go – a timely topic, following 18-month-old Delivery Hero’s expansion into four more countries this week.
For those that prefer to do their networking over a tasty wurst or two, Ernst & Young will be sponsoring a relaxed BBQ on the river Spree to round the evening off.
For full event details and ticket prices (with reduced rates for startups), visit the Heureka website or check the event’s facebook page for live updates.
As an Easter gift, VentureVillage is giving away five tickets. Everyone who signs up to the Heureka newsletter before 12 April will go in the draw. Good luck!
[Easter egg photo credit Flickr user albemar78]