The 40 startups selected for Startup Spotlight Online 2020

40 startups have been selected this year to participate in the Startup Spotlight Online 2020 program and competition, organized by How to Web. The selected startups are from Romania, Poland, Croatia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia. And the 40 selected startups are… Acertivo – the Mindset Fitness Gym for emotional wellbeing in the workplace… Read more »

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€225.000 for the Startup Spotlight Online winner

Startup Spotlight Online offers this year an investment prize of €225,000 to the pitching competition winner held at the end of the program, a prize that is offered by a number of investors from the Romanian tech scene. Applications close on September 27. This year, the How to Web conference organizers launched Startup Spotlight Online,… Read more »

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Launching Startup Spotlight Online and more about our future plans

Today we’re launching the 2020 edition of Startup Spotlight, and with it, the post-COVID version of How to Web. During every October or November of the past decade we’ve put together a pretty great conference which gathered first hundreds and then thousands of creators of tech products, along with inventors and corporate partners. For obvious… Read more »

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Ask Me Anything with Vladimir Oane

Ask Me Anything with… is a series of online events where How to Web brings product and growth experts, investors, startup founders and other digital products professionals, to answer live your questions. On May 27 2020 we had Vladimir Oane as our guest. In 2009, Vladimir Oane co-founded uberVU, one of the first all-in-one social… Read more »

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Extra! Extra! RemoteCon is here!

How to Web organizes the first European online technology conference dedicated to remote work – RemoteCon In less than a month, How to Web is bringing for the first time in Europe an online technology event dedicated to remote work, with over 15 international experts, including company founders and remote teams coordinators, authors, trainers, consultants… Read more »

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The ABCs of Jobs-to-Be-Done Driven Innovation

The premise of Jobs-to-be-Done (JTBD) is that people buy things to help them make progress. You could say that customers don’t just “buy” products and services, but they “hire” different solutions at different times, to get their own series of required jobs done. You probably know that JTBD was successfully used by companies like Intercom,… Read more »

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Ask Me Anything with Carlos Espinal

Ask Me Anything with… is a series of online events where How to Web brings product and growth experts, investors, startup founders and other digital products professionals, to answer live your questions. On May 14th 2020 we kicked off the series with Carlos Espinal. Seed investor and partner at Seedcamp, but also author, Carlos Espinal… Read more »

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Extra! Extra! Read All About Demo Nights 2020

[Later edit] Giving the situation we all face these days, at How to Web we decided to move all our Demo Nights events online for the time being, as we have a safety first policy for our team and events’ participants, but we also want to do our part and help the Romanian startup ecosystem… Read more »

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How to Web 2019: Year in Review

Dedicated to the development and scaling of digital products, How to Web brought together in 2019 over 1700 technology founders, product-builders, developers, online marketing specialists, innovators and investors with a clear purpose: Better Products + Faster Growth! We give you here the lowdown on what How to Web meant in 2019: Discover There is everything… Read more »

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TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2019 – fostering the growth of Romanian tech scene

This year, How to Web fuelled an unprecedented event for the Romanian startup ecosytem: 17 startups and some of the organizations and hubs supporting startups joined forces for the first Romanian Pavilion at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin, one of the most important startup conference in Europe.ec This move wouldn`t have been possible without our friends from… Read more »

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The ABCs of OKRs

Objectives and key results (OKR) is a framework for defining and tracking goals and their outcomes. It was first introduced by Andy Grove, the “Father of OKRs”, during his tenure at Intel, and it is now used by many technology giants such as Google, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Spotify. The benefits of the objectives and key… Read more »

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