We are happy to announce that Goodsomnia will be at the Web Summit 2019, the best technology conference on the planet in Lisbon (Portugal) at stand number A-564, on the second day of the event, Wednesday, November 6th (ALPHA industry category: Medtech & Pharma). If you’re there, come say hi or ask anything about our home-based sleep and snoring prevention solutions.
About Web Summit
Web Summit is an annual technology conference held in Lisbon, Portugal, considered the largest tech event in the world. Founded in 2009, by Paddy Cosgrave, David Kelly, and Daire Hickey, Web Summit was originally held in Dublin, Ireland, until 2016, when it moved permanently to Lisbon.
Web Summit has been described as the most important tech event in the world. The conference’s topics center on internet technology, emerging technologies, and venture capitalism. Speakers have included a mix of CEOs, subject-matter experts, celebrities, and politicians, such as Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk, Al Gore, and U.N Secretary-General António Guterres, among numerous others. Web Summit partners range from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups, with attendees representing all levels and sectors of the global high technology industry.
Meet some speakers at Web Summit in 2019
- Margrethe Vestager
Margrethe Vestager is EU Commissioner for Competition and Executive VP-designate for the next Commission. Former Minister in Denmark (Economy and Interior, Education), she was political leader of the Social Liberal Party. She holds an MSc in Economics.
- Kate Brandt
Kate Brandt leads sustainability across Google’s worldwide operations, products, and supply chain. In this role, Kate partners with various Google teams to ensure the company is capitalizing on opportunities to strategically advance sustainability.
- Werner Vogels
Dr. Werner Vogels is Chief Technology Officer at Amazon.com where he is responsible for driving the company’s customer-centric technology vision.
- David Eun
David Eun is President of Samsung NEXT and Chief Innovation Officer of Samsung Electronics. He is focused on developing and scaling software and services, and the long term consumer and technology trends that will impact people and businesses globally.
- Michael Kratsios
Michael Kratsios is the Chief Technology Officer of the United States. At the White House, Michael oversees technology policy for the U.S., including leading national initiatives in artificial intelligence, quantum computing, and 5G.