It is time for your project to shine: join us at Infoshare 2020

Published: 
21 August 2020
Infoshare is an ideal forum to showcase your projects and connect with one of the largest tech community in Europe.
Infoshare is an ideal forum to showcase your projects and connect with one of the largest tech community in Europe.

Interested in presenting your solution at Infoshare? Then read on! The European GNSS Agency (GSA) is looking for innovative solutions to showcase at the virtual Galileo stand during Infoshare event taking place 23 – 30 September 2020. Infoshare is the biggest Tech Conference in Central and Eastern Europe. In 2019 it gathered over 6000 participants and 700+ start-ups, speakers and investors. It’s a place to share ideas and passions but also to boost start-ups and investments. In 2020, under the changed circumstances, Infoshare will continue to be a place to meet like-minded developers and experts and make new contacts from the industry in a digital format.

Infoshare 2020 edition streamed from the city of Gdańsk will be presenting a brand-new agenda spread in six days and seven stages, and covering diverse topics such as developers’ trends, artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, big data, cybersecurity or blockchain. With nearly 70 partners, more than 20 media partners, 60+ investor companies and with a programme featuring leading visionaries and investors, the conference is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to present and promote innovative ideas, technologies and applications and bring them to the attention of business leaders, innovators and key decision-makers.

With the goal of exploring the hottest trends influencing the digital industry, Infoshare is an ideal platform to showcase and promote innovative EGNSS-based solutions and applications.

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“Infoshare, with its new digital format, is showing how digital solutions can enhance business and networking opportunities with a global virtual exhibition, and a stage and an audience that knows no limits. This is a great opportunity for innovative companies to present their EGNSS-based solutions and bring their applications to the attention of a large audience of peers, investors and the public at large. If you have an EGNSS-based solution with the potential to improve the lives of European citizens, then we would like to hear from you,” said GSA Head of Market Development Fiammetta Diani.

Call for applications

With this in mind, ahead of the coming Infoshare, GSA is launching a call for applications among its Horizon 2020, Fundamental Elements, Galileo competitions partners and innovators and entrepreneurs across Europe. The idea is to provide a space at the GSA virtual stand to showcase our partners’ Galileo-enabled mobile solutions. If you have an EGNSS-based solution or product that you would like to showcase at Infoshare, please submit your application to prizes@gsa.europa.eu by 7th of September 2020. Put “Interested in showcasing our project at Infoshare 2020” in the subject line of your email. For more information on how to apply please read the Rules and Conditions.

This is an unmissable opportunity to present your solutions to potential investors, tech companies and user communities. Join us online where innovation is celebrated, connections are made, insights are gained, products are launched and business gets done!

EGNSS-based innovation

By matching ideas with opportunities and talent with resources, Infoshare helps support the GSA in its mission of linking space to user needs. Representative from the Agency will speak at the virtual stages and present updates on Galileo, showcase resources and opportunities for innovators, share market insights and trends, and expand on how GNSS can be leveraged to boost innovation among industry, app developers and service providers.  

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Places at the virtual stand will be limited, so get in touch with us as soon as possible to take advantage of this exciting opportunity!


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Updated: Sep 02, 2020

 

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