Learn first hand from the industry's brightest and most experienced minds. Hear from academics, government officials, investors, and executives as they discuss new business opportunities and trends in the post-COVID era.


10.20 AM
MAIN STAGE streamed to


martin ring

Martin Ring
Strategic Director
Wolves Summit


Eliza Kruczkowska
Chief Innovation Officer
Polish Development Fund


Michal Olszewski
Deputy Mayor
City of Warsaw

Ms Anna Clunes OBE

Ms Anna Clunes OBE
Her Majesty's Ambassador to Poland
British Embassy

10.40 AM
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Israeli Startup Magic

rena thomas

Rena Thomas
CTO & Co-Founder

yoav fisher

Yoav Fisher
Head Of Technological Innovation and Digital Health

Tal Catran

Tal Catran
Accelerators Guru, International Keynote Speaker, Startup Ecosystem Builder

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Laly David
Partner, Head of Business Development

Emil Jezowski - Embassy of Israel in PL
Emil Jezowski

Assistant of Deputy Ambassador at Embassy of Israel in Poland

11.00 AM
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How to make it as an entrepreneur


Tanja Sternbauer
the female factor

Tzufit Herling

Tzufit Herling

Noor Sugrue

Noor Sugrue
Founder & CEO


Pavlina Zychova
CEO, Co-Founder

STARTUP STAGE streamed to


50 ambitious startups will be pitching on stage in Warsaw for a chance to be selected to join the Finals of the Great Pitch Contest.

Tune in online to support your favourite startup or join us in the Palace of Culture to watch them live.


Katarzyna Pac-Malesa

Katarzyna Pac-Malesa
Investment Director
3TS Capital

Markus Vogt-1

Markus Vogt
Director Segment Healthcare
EBV Elektronik 

Aleksandra Byrka

Aleksandra Byrka
Investment Director
LT Capital

Dmitry Smirnov

Dmitry Smirnov
Investment Director
Flashpoint Ventures


Angelo Burgarello
BusinessDevelopment Director
AI Startup Incubator

11.20 AM
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Responsible tech: How can we design technology with respect to humanity?

From facial recognition systems tracking every move, personal assistants like Siri or Alexa listening in on our conversation at home, to social media platforms collecting tons of personal data, modern technology is becoming smarter, faster and more powerful each and every day. Join this fireside discussion to explore what responsible technology is and why it is important.

Henry D

Henry Dobson
Managing Director
Institute of Technological Ethics

Sasha lipman

Sasha Lipman

11.40 AM
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Accelerating business in the UK

tom britton

Tom Britton

12.00 PM
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Preferential financing for entrepreneurs in the EU programmes

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Arkadiusz Lewicki
Director of the National Contact Point for Financial Instruments of the EU Programmes
Polish Bank Association

1.00 PM
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Digitization Roadmap in the Construction, Infrastructure and PropTech Industries in COVID-19 Times – powered by BIM World MUNICH

The outbreak has made the demand for many types of space go down, perhaps for the first time in modern memory - consumers shopping more online, students studying online, people working remotely. 
This talk will explore some of the new service models and technologies in real estate that will emerge as a result of this change.


Dietmar Bernert
Vice President Hexagon Geosystems Service AG & President BIM World MUNICH


Christian Stammel
CEO & Co-founder

1.40 PM
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How to deliver true business impact with startup collaboration - Insights from BSH Home Appliances Group

For big corporations working with startups has become necessary to stay at the forefront of innovation and retain competitiveness. However, often both sides fail to extract full value from their partnerships. This talk will explain how BSH Home Appliances, a global leader in the home appliance industry, creates real impact with startup collaboration and share success stories, learnings, and how to partner with BSH.


Lars Roessler
Co-Founder & Venture Partner
BSH Startup Kitchen

2.00 PM
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Building and scaling products for Emerging Markets

How to scale new technologies in emerging markets taking into account multicultural differences and various management styles.

Michael Laval

Michael Lawal
Sendit.Money Ltd

Steven DeMeulenaere

Stephen DeMeulenaere
Qoin Foundation

Maureen Leonard

Maureen Ada-Leonard
EtiNard Consulting Lt


2.20 PM
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Democratizing Space: The next frontier

The Space economy is already worth hundreds of billions of dollars. What are the models and applications that will democratize this economy and allow companies and individuals around the world to participate in it both commercially and financially?
Grant Blaisdell

Grant Blaisdell

Chris Jones

Chris Jones
NBV Limited

simon drake

Simon Drake
Managing Director, Co-Founder, and Partner
Space Ventures Investors


Marco Romero
Space System Engineer

3.00 PM
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How to scale up your startup globally via the UK

The UK is the third-best country in the OECD at starting businesses and is home to more billion-dollar start-ups than anywhere else in Europe. What are the factors behind its growth? What should a CEE founder know if they want to scale in the UK?

Bartosz Kozinski

Bartosz Kozinski
Director - Foreign Direct Investment 
DIT (British Embassy)

3.20 PM
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A new era of venture capital

In 2019 only 0.9% of small businesses in the USA are funded by VCs — this means thousands if not millions (worldwide) of startups that deserve funding don’t get it. The industry needs to change and be more inclusive in the way capital backs enterprise, especially at the early stage. Some would say we need an angel investor revolution.

In this talk, we’re exploring how the venture capital industry could reshape itself, especially at the early stage and what financing instruments we can expect when we go beyond equity.


Omar Christidis
CEO & Founder

Kelvin Tan

Kelvin Tan
Co-Founder and Chief Investment Officer
GTR Venture

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Robert Lugowski
CEO Cobin Angels

3.40 PM
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Organisational culture that supports growth

Matt grew his software development company from 1 to 90 people. Join this session to find out how to tackle some of the challenges in building an organizational culture that supports growth.

Matt Kurleto

Matt Kurleto

Aleksandra Pszczoła

Aleksandra Pszczoła
Bee Talents

4.00 PM
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AI, The BIG Opportunity

Since 2012 computing power behind AI algorithms has been growing seven times faster than Moore’s Law. In 2019 AI needed 44 times less computing power compared to solving the same tasks in 2012. This talk will explain and showcase why AI has become the most significant technology shift in modern times.

Mathias Asberg

Mathias Åsberg

4.20 PM
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The State of Tech in CEE

CEE has become the fastest emerging region in Europe in terms of venture capital invested, growing well over twice as fast as Western Europe. In 2015 there was only €300m invested in this region, last year, close to €2bn.

How can we explain this incredible growth? What about the different industry verticals? What are some notable success stories? What should we expect from the CEE region in the future?

john courtney

John Courtney
Founder & CEO
Boardroom Advisors

william de gale

William de Gale
Portfolio Manager
BlueBox Wealth Management

michal kramarz

Michał Kramarz
Head of Google for Startups, CEE

josef seidl

Josef Seidl
Co-Founder & Managing Director

SIDE-EVENT streamed to

Startups Exits Strategy from Corona Pandemic

Coronavirus has pushed fundamental questions about the way our society operates at the forefront of discussions. Which tech clusters are the most affected by COVID-19 and how can these industries adapt to the current market conditions? How can we harness the Digital transformation to our advantage?

Tal Catran

Tal Catran
Startup Nation & TEDx Speaker,
Ecosystem Builder

3.20 PM
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Sales and acquisition in CEE based on decades of experience at Microsoft

How do startups scale? This track will look at the fastest growing unicorns, high-growth scale-ups, and the challenges in maintaining momentum as well as the amazing opportunities for the investment they present.

Robin Wauters

Robin Wauters

justin alderson

Justin Alderson
Technical Lead, One Commercial Partner Group, Central and Eastern Europe

4:40 PM
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Lessons from Investing in 414 Startups

Learn investing and operating lessons from an active seed investor from Silicon Valley. The goal of this session is to share what some of the best practices are when fundraising, operating, and hopefully thriving during pandemic times.

Marvin Liao

Marvin Liao
Ex-500 Startups

Ahmad Piraiee

Ahmad Piraiee
Startup Grind, Warsaw

5.00 PM
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Why do European companies buy so few startups?

Saba Karim

Saba Karim
Global Startup Pipeline Manager
Techstars US

Paolo Privitera

Paolo Privitera

5.15 PM
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City of Warsaw - WarsawBooster'20

Startup Hub Poland

Maciej Sadowski
Startup Hub Poland

Jan Kaczmarek

Jan Kaczmarek
Chairman of the Board
Fundacja MOST

Startup Stage streamed to

Startup Finalists Announced

The top eight startups will be shortlisted to pitch in the Finals on October 7 for a chance to win the Great Pitch Contest Prize.

7.00 PM
Cambridge Innovation Centre

Networking Event (Startups & Investors)




Our Investors Evening is an exclusive, invite-only networking event for a limited number of carefully curated guests. It provides an opportunity to gather in an informal setting to discuss trends, practices, and the challenges of investing. The event takes place in the sophisticated and renowned Hotel Warszawa and consists of two parts: panel discussions and networking. 




VIP party is a separate evening event organized for the holders of Investor, Executive and Corporate tickets. It’s a good chance to network in a less formal way and grow the international network further, share knowledge and experience and build valuable connections.




It’s the Wolves Summit tradition that after the first day of the conference we organize an evening networking party in a nearby club, open for all the participants of the event. It is a good chance to meet and network in a less formal way, as well as to enjoy drinks, good music and the city.

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