Below, please see the key deadlines and forms you need to be aware of to help maximise your Web Summit experience.
Friday, November 6: This is the deadline by which partners must confirm the attendance of all startups. Startups must share company details via the startupsinformation form provided by your partner success manager.
Friday, November 27: Assign your allocated tickets to all attendees by this date in order to ensure you don’t miss out on our newsletter highlighting event features, or on information relating the event. Download the Web Summit mobile and web apps to access the tickets.
Opportunity to apply for PITCH startups competition, applications close October 29.
Use of the event app, which combines your schedule, your contact network and an info hub.
Access to all event channels and 100+ hours of live-streamed content.
A dedicated startup success manager to help manage your event experience.
The criteria for exhibiting startups:
Must be less than five years old.
Must have a unique software product or solution, or be working on their own connected hardware devices.
Must be an independent company and not a subsidiary of a larger organisation.
Must be launched and ‘live’, with a working website.
Must have a logo available in .eps or vector format.
Consultancies, agencies, developers, marketing/advertising agencies and public companies will not be accepted. Startups applying to exhibit at Web Summit as part of a delegate package cannot already be registered at the event, and are not qualified as startups if they have raised more than US$3 million in funding.
Partners with unsuccessful startup applications will be given the opportunity to find replacements within a timeline agreed with their dedicated startup success manager.
If a partner still has any unused startup packages byNovember 6, these will be exchanged for three general attendee tickets.