Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
It has just been announced that Margrethe Vestager, EU Commissioner for Competition, is returning to the Web Summit after taking on the world’s most powerful technology companies, such as Google and Apple, at the 2017 edition of the conference.
For years the Web Summit has been committed to changing the gender ratio at their events, and empowering women across the globe through fostering networking opportunities, mentorship programmes and increasing gender diversity and inclusion in the tech sector. This year they went even further and offered 20,000 tickets to women across their events during the conference. Beside Margrethe Vestager, you will have the chance to hear Katherine Maher, CEO of Wikipedia, Kate Brandt, Chief Sustainability Officer of Google, Gillian Tans, Chairwoman of Booking.com and many others.
The conference will bring more than 900 speakers, including Tony Blair, former UK Prime Minister and Executive Chairman of Institute for Global Change, Jaden Smith, son of Will Smith and founder of JUST Water, Wladimir Klitschko, former professional boxer and founder of Klitschko Ventures, Guo Ping, Rotating Chairman of Huawei, Edward Snowden, President of Freedom of the Press Foundation and many more experts from the tech world.
About Web Summit
Forbes says Web Summit is “the best tech conference on the planet”, Bloomberg calls it “Davos for geeks”, Politico “the Olympics of tech”, and the Guardian “Glastonbury for geeks”.
Whatever Web Summit is, it would not be possible without an incredible team of nearly 200 employees, including world class engineers, data scientists, designers, producers, marketers, salespeople and more. They have disrupted an old industry by building incredible software and designing mind-blowing events – revolutionising how people and ideas come together to change the world.
You can find more information about the Web Summit at www.websummit.com.