Romania is present through the RoTechMission delegation at the EU-Startups Summit Malta, one of the biggest events for tech startups in Europe

ROTSA, Techcelerator, and DiFine PR are organizing for the third time a special mission delegation for an international tech event

Startups from Romania get a 20% discount on ticket purchases

Romania is present at the 10th edition of the EU-Startups Summit in Malta, the biggest event for tech startups in Europe, through RoTechMission, a delegation organized by DiFine PR, Techcelerator and ROTSA (Romanian Tech Startups Association). More than 2,000 people, including 1,000 entrepreneurs and 300 investors, will attend the event, which takes place from May 9-10 in Malta.

DiFine PR, the most active communication agency in Romania in the field of technology startups – with clients such as Techcelerator, ROTSA, SeedBlink, GapMinder or Growceanu, is the partner of the event in Romania and for the third time among the organizers of the RoTechMission project.

Through the partnership with the EU-Startups publication, the organizer of the summit, Romanian tech startups get a discount on tickets using the code ROTSA20.

The promotion is valid until April20th 2024.

RoTechMission is an initiative by ROTSA, Techcelerator, and DiFine PR to gather tech startup founders, investors, specialists, and enthusiasts in entrepreneurship and technology around the most important technology events in Europe. The RoTechMission to the EU-Startups Summit in Malta is the third initiative of its kind, with the first two events for which such a delegation was organized being the 2022 and 2023 editions of the Web Summit, one of the biggest tech events in Europe.

Among the more than 80 speakers at the event are Werner Vogels – Vice President of Amazon; Lubomila Jordanova – Founder&CEO Plan A; Killian Kaminski – Co-founder and Co-CEO of Refurbed; Bart Becksm – European Innovation Council Board Member, Clement Bigot – Seedrs Investment Director; Federico Menna – CEO EIT Digital; Dominik Angerer – Co-founder & CEO Storyblok; Viktor Jarnheimer – Founder &CEO Proxify; Sander van de Rijdt – Founder &CEO PlanRadar; Jevgeni Kabanov – President Bolt; Joaquín Cuenca – Co-founder&CEO Freepik; Mike Butcher – Editor at Large TechCrunch.

The agenda of the whole event is here.

The EU-Startups Summit will also feature a pitch competition involving 15 of Europe’s most promising early-stage startups. The shortlisted startups will have three minutes to present their business ideas in front of participants and an expert jury comprising renowned investors. The winning team will gain international visibility, connections with investors, and a prize package valued at €390,000

“For the six years since I founded DiFine PR, I’ve worked with hundreds of tech startup founders, some of them in their early stages – in the first rounds of a few tens of thousands of euros, and others facing investments of millions and tens of millions of euros. In addition to working with these startups, our regular clients include Techcelerator, ROTSA, SeedBlink, GapMinder, Growceanu – all representing organizations that have significantly changed, and we could even say built, what we call today the Romanian tech startup ecosystem. Through the RoTechMission project that we are supporting for the third time, we want to support the internationalization efforts of Romanian entrepreneurs and make more and more of them participate in events where they can meet other founders, learn and even meet potential investors. Because the EU-Startups Summit is not only about the event itself, but also about meeting with the diaspora, with local authorities, with potential partners, and especially with other Romanian companies that have the same goal: to grow internationally,”  said Diana Iosu, founder of DiFine PR.

“After ten years in which our event took place in Barcelona, Berlin or Munich, this year we chose the sunny Malta. But Malta is not just about the sun, it is the place where the economy is developing a lot in the area of innovation in areas like Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Internet of Things. Also, the Maltese authorities’ strong initiatives to support entrepreneurship – among them «The Malta Startup Residence Programme» which offers a three-year residence permit for founders and their families – led us to choose Malta this year for the two days of learning and networking with the approximately 2,000 participants of the EU-Startups Summit,” said Thomas Ohr, founder and CEO of EU-Startups.

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