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Miki is the co-founder of httpool Group/CEO Germany, leading CEE advertising network company.
Michael is the founder of RjDj and a former co-founder of Last.fm, innovative music service.
Branko is the Co-founder of Nordeus, producer of the most popular social game in the world.
Thai is the founder of Lightbox, mobile development lab, and a former PM at YouTube and Google.
Jeffrey is the founder of Kolektiva, the market-leading daily deal website in SE Europe.
Carlos co-manages Seedcamp, the most important support program for European startups.
A renowned architect and visual artist, Adam co-founded Prezi.com, innovative presentation tool.
Pablos is a futurist, inventor, security expert, notorious hacker and world wide problems solver.
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For two days, How to Web puts you in front of leading entrepreneurs and specialists for a feast of talks on innovation, web trends, business analysis and high-tech technologies. Being part of How to web means full access to all talks, workshops, expo area, private parties and many other.
Entrepreneurs, developers, geeks, web specialists, you are all welcomed!
Write us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get back to you ASAP.
Located 5 minutes away by car from the center of Bucharest, the Crystal Palace Ballrooms provides a vast, newly-built space for accommodating all the guests of the How to Web event.
If you want to come to How to Web and also have a fun ride with your friends, How to Web TechBuses is the thing for you ! From 1st of August you can reserve your place in one of the buses coming from Timisoara, Cluj, Iasi, Belgrade and Sofia to How to Web. Yes, the bus ride is free, it's two ways, and it's reserved only to those who have already bought a How to Web ticket.
Bucharest has two big airports and lots of flights to many major cities in the world. Try the following airlines:
Quite close to many cities in South Eastern Europe, like Sofia, Belgrad or Budapest. Check the Yahoo Maps indications for getting to Bucharest on the shortest route possible.
55 € night Single room
63 € night Double room
The Ibis Bucharest Parliament House hotel is close to the Parliament House, the principal tourist attractions of Bucharest and the largest convention centre in the city. Close to the financial district and 20 km from Otopeni airport, the hotel has 161 air conditioned rooms and 6 meeting rooms for organizing seminars and conferences. In addition to a restaurant, a bar open 24 hours and pay parking, we offer free Internet access in the room for guests on a business trip.
Reservations: download form
35 € night Single room
45 € night Double room
Located in the Square Queen Mary (George Cosbuc rounds) between the Parliament Palace and the Patriarchal Palace, one of the streets leading to King Carol Park, atmosphere reminiscent of old Bucharest , the Hotel San Pietro Palazzetto welcome its guests with the 8-sized rooms generous , with a capacity of 24 seats.
75 € night Single room
85 € night Double room
Parliament Hotel is a four star hotel located next to the Parliament Palace, close to the main business and touristic areas, offering a great venue for business or leisure travelers in Bucharest. The location is highly convenient as on a 5 minutes walk you can reach a tram, bus or subway station.
Reservations: Direct reservations at the hotel by specifying "How To Web 2011". From August you can also book online
1 - 1.5 €
5 - 15 €
1 € = 4.2 RON
Reshma is the CEO of Seedcamp, organizer of the most popular European start-up contest. She joined Seedcamp from the Venture team at 3i.
Prior to 3i, Reshma spent over 3 years at Vodafone in their Commercial Strategy team and before Vodafone she started her career in the US in investment banking (Broadview) and venture capital (Softbank).