Web Summit is no longer just a platform for the world’s leading technology companies, it’s become Europe’s largest marketplace for companies of all sizes, and today’s announcement reflects that.
Some the most disruptive enterprise software companies are exhibiting:
Atlassian will be exhibiting for the fifth time this year.
Twilio, who recently IPO’d, will be exhibiting for their fourth time.
FullContact will be exhibiting at their fifth conference, and have already signed through to 2018 at Web Summit.
Some of the world’s leading blue chip companies are exhibiting:
KPMG will be exhibiting for their fifth time.
Nasdaq will be with us for their fourth time.
Cisco are joining for their second time and their Executive Chairman, John Chambers, will speak.
Countries and cities are exhibiting:
Sweden is returning for a second year and will have a country pavilion, as well as 18 companies to showcase.
France is returning for a third year and will have a country pavilion, as well as 18 companies to showcase.
The state of Oregon will be returning for a second year after a successful trade mission last year.
Berlin is representing its buzzing tech community for a fourth time this year.
Canada’s country delegation will be joining us for the second time this year.
Some of the world’s leading banks are exhibiting:
BNP Paribas, which was recently named the “World’s Best Bank” and is a huge advocate of innovation, will be exhibiting.
Sberbank, Europe’s third largest bank and Russia’s largest, which also invests heavily in innovation, will be exhibiting.
Caixa Geral de Depósitos, Portugal’s largest bank which is a huge supporter of startups across four continents, will also be exhibiting.
Some of the fastest growing companies in the world are exhibiting:
Sisense is joining for the fifth time.
SendGrid is exhibiting for the third time.
SimilarWeb is also exhibiting for the third time.
See you all in Lisbon,