We’re thrilled to announce our first keynote speaker for this year’s How to Web – Daniel Dines, CEO and founder of UiPath, the first Romanian-born unicorn!
$3Bn valuation after another spectacular round of financing of $225 M has won UiPath a solid place on the hot list of Tech Unicorns. After all, they are the world’s fastest growing enterprise software company, and leading provider of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and AI software!
Daniel Dines keynote will open the conference and we are looking forward to hearing from the man himself what are the challenges of such stellar growth and more on founder’s experiences and success with UiPath.
More about Daniel Dines and UiPath
Before founding UiPath in 2005, Daniel was an engineer at Microsoft, where he designed and developed one of their major products, the SQL Server Agent. Within a few years, Daniel founded UiPath. Today, UiPath has grown into a global leader recognized by Forrester and Everest Research in an industry growing from $250 Million in 2017 to nearly $3 Billion in 2021. UiPath has over 2,000 customers, including over 40% of the Fortune 500 and the largest government agencies worldwide. With 1,400 employees and over 250,000 developers building on UiPath worldwide, Daniel is committed to the complete democratization of RPA, freeing workers everywhere to be more creative and valuable, driving an enormous productivity boom for organizations everywhere.
Based in New York City, UiPath’s presence today extends to 14 countries throughout North America, Europe and Asia. The company is backed by over $400M in funding from Accel, CapitalG, Credo Ventures, Earlybird’s Digital East Fund, KPCB, Seedcamp and Sequoia.
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