ICEEfest – Interactive Central and Eastern Europe Festival – offers, this year, to the most dynamic and promising start-ups, the chance to go on the festival’s stage together with Google, Facebook, Skype, Yahoo, big brands and communication agencies from all over the world.
The presentation format will be one extremely dynamic, with exactly 200 seconds available to present ideas. These start-ups 200 seconds presentations will be mixed, and timed, between the presentations made by ICEE’s speakers that represent important brands and companies.
Moreover, the ideas selected could also benefit of presence in ICEEfest’s exhibition area.
Dragos Stanca,Managing Partner Thinkdigital Romania, festival’s organizer: “This idea came to us following a big number of demands from nice businesses that cannot afford or justify yet their presence to ICEEfest. This was also the reason why we created special offers for small businesses, students and freelancers, with considerable discounts for the entry tickets. Participating to “200 Seconds of Fame” doesn’t involve costs, is a solidarity gesture from an entrepreneurial company towards our colleagues that are at start at their business way. Obviously, the places are limited and, as a consequence, we need to make a selection”
The selection for businesses and products that will have access to this 200 seconds format is made by event’s organizers, based on proposal submitted the latest by May 30th, 24.00, via e-mail, to [email protected]
ICEEfest – short for Interactive Central and Eastern Europe Festival - is the new brand under which the event launched locally as RoNewMedia in 2008 entered, starting last year, the market of big tech and digital industries’ events in the region.
The festival is organized in partnership with Orange and with support from Microsoft – via Internet Explorer 10 and Windows 8 – and will take place on June 6-7, at Grand Cinema Digiplex within Baneasa Shopping City. Tickets are still available on the official website, www.ICEEfest.com.
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