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11th Wolves Summit - Live Stream Recordings

Another edition of Wolves Summit has come to an end. A unique one as conducted fully online. For the 11th time, we had the incredible opportunity and great pleasure of inviting representatives of international and Polish corporations, investors and startups to enable them to meet each other in the most relevant, time-effective way and in a new, so familiar but still unusual digital world.

We are extremely happy and grateful that you were there with us straight from your home countries. Therefore we are happy to share with you a unique recordings from the keynotes, presentation and panel sessions conducted online on 24-25 March 2020. 

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DAY 1 - 24TH MARCH 2020

Opening Ceremony

Responding to Massive Black Swan Events: the Role of the Leaders

Launch of Polish Startup Database: Backed by PFR, Powered by Dealroom

Going Global with UK 

How Boundaries Drive us to Creativity

Where Technological Disruption and Inventors Meet: The Singaporean Perspective

M-Media how to Create a New Lifestyle Brand

Raise the Awareness, Beat the Bias, Involve in Action: How to Plant the Need for Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace

European Innovation Council for Companies. What’s in Horizon Europe?

Startups and Accelerators: Corporative and Open Innovation in Practice

Creating Sales Performance in a Crisis

How Not to Become a Serf under the Investment Agreement

E-residency: Business Without Borders

Enterprise Europe Network Support for Start ups and Scale Ups

Moving Brand's Community Online

Will AI Replace our Doctors and Nurses?

How Corporation can Really Benefit from Working with Startups: Different Ways Leading to Different Goals

 

DAY 2 - 25TH MARCH 2020

Polish Development Fund - (PFR) Q&A Session for Startups

Fundraising and Growth Strategies (for Startups) During a Crisis

Investors Panel Session

Pynk Success Story

IoT Disruption: Challenges that Corporates and Start-ups Face Together

VCs are Here to Serve

What is Working and What is not Working Remotely. Tech & People (Team Included)

Crisis: Danger and Opportunity

Western Capital and CEE Founders: the Sweet Spot for the Early-Stage Funding

What Went Wrong? - Investors' F*ck-up Stories and Lessons Learned

Scale-up Through Extraordinary Connections

Harnessing the Power of Diversity and Inclusion for Innovation

 

THE GREAT PITCH CONTEST 

SEMIFINALS 24/03

Session #2

Session #3

Session #5

Session #7

Session #10

FINALS 25/03

Finals

 

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