In five years, Web Summit has grown from 400 attendees to over 42,000 from more than 134 countries. It’s been called “the best technology conference on the planet”. But we just think it’s different. And that difference works for our attendees, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to the world’s most exciting startups.
Web Summit 2016 is taking place in the Feira Internacional de Lisboa and Meo Arena, R. Bojador, 1998-010 Santa Maria dos Olivais, Lisbon, Portugal.
We are having a series of 2 FOR 1 sales over the next few weeks where you can purchase a package with two tickets for €700, that’s €350 per ticket. If you would like to receive a discount code to avail of this offer you can sign up here.
Once you sign up for our 2 FOR 1 offer you should receive an email to activate your discount code. As we will be having a series of 2 FOR 1 sales, the date of the sale you are part depends on when you signed up. This date will be communicated to you via email over the next few weeks.
Once the date has been confirmed, you should receive an email with your discount code followed by an email with a link to purchase your ticket.Check out this video to see the process.
A standard Web Summit ticket grants you entry to Web Summit 2016 on November 7-10 as well as access to Web Summit satellite events, networking events and Night Summit parties. A premium ticket includes all of the above and access to the premium lounge where complimentary food and drink will be served. A platinum ticket will include all of the above plus access to the premium and speakers lounge. For any ticket enquires email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Women in Tech ticket is equivalent to a standard ticket and entitles you to entry to Web Summit 2016 on November 7-10 as well as access to Web Summit satellite events, networking events and parties. This includes the following benefits:
Access to all stage talks
Access to exhibition floor
Access to attendee database during event
Ability to contact attendees during event
Wristband to Night Summit
We pride ourselves on putting the leading voices from technology on stage at our events. We’re always looking to collaborate with more founders and CEOs to create engaging content for our attendees. If you would like to propose a speaker, please fill in the form here. If we think there could be a good fit, a member of our team will be in touch with you.
To register for Web Summit, you must download our app which will be available to download closer to the time. Here you will find your QR code. Please present this along with photo ID at registration.
No, each ticket is valid to be used by one person only for the duration of the conference.
Unfortunately not. We have a strict no refunds policy, which you can find in our terms and conditions. You can however change the name on your ticket prior to the event, and have someone else go in your place.
You are free to change the name on your ticket and have someone else go in your place. Simply click on the link provided in your booking confirmation email to access your ticket and reassign it to whomever you wish. You can watch this short video to guide you through the simple process of reassigning your ticket.
Sure, here are some of our hotel recommendations: https://websummit.net/hotels-list
A detailed schedule will be made available closer to the event. It will be available on our website and in our attendee app.
Unfortunately, we can’t pay for travel expenses for Web Summit.
While we will not engage directly with your relevant embassy, we can point you to this website which will give you information on the visa application process.
For partnership queries please contact email@example.com.
If you would like to cover Web Summit in a media capacity, you can do so by filling out our Media Accreditation Application Form. For information on media at Web Summit please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on investors at Web Summit please contact email@example.com.
For a listing of current jobs at Web Summit, please see our careers page here.
You can apply to volunteer at Web Summit here.
Yes. You can find our Anti Harassment policy here.