This was #gbgtechweek 2017, thank you all!

26 events, more than 25 organisations that collaborated, around 2 000 visitors, and a lot of inspiration. #gbgtechweek took place between 1-7th of May 2017, and was bigger and better than ever. A broad spectrum of events and a lot of visitors who never attended a tech or startup event before.

“We do not only want to measure the total amount of visitors, the most important metric for us is that we attract new people to the tech and startup scene. Otherwise we just pray for the choir.” - Andreas Rolén, Organiser of #gbgtechweek

The crew behind #gbgtechweek are satisfied with the results of this year’s week, and plan to make it both bigger and better next year. The dates for next year’s week will be released soon on the website

Here are some images that summarize the week.

Startups met with industry in order to find collaborations at Cleantech Matchmaking by Chalmers Ventures and Tillväxtverket.
Photo: Fabian Wennerbeck

Craft Academy learned the visitors how to create an web application.
Photo: Wesley Overklift

Discussion after Alexander Mafi’s workshop within creativity at Chalmers Schools of Entrepreneurship.
Photo: FlashIT

One Stop Future Shop celebrated failures at thier FailureFestival.
Photo: Violetta Kovaca

GU Ventures invited investors and entrepreneurs to learn more about the IPO-process.
Photo: Tatyana Mircheva

Jarno Vanhatapio, founder of NA-KD, together with his chairman, Magnus Emilson, shared the secrets behind NA-KD’s rapid success at Breakit and Jansson&Norin’s event.
Photo: Violetta Kovaca

Successful investors and entrepreneurs sharing their secrets to raising money at Lindholmen Science Park’s event.
Photo: Fabian Wennerbeck invited the people of Bergsjön to be inspired to engage themselves within tech.
Photo: Tatyana Mircheva

At Gothenburg Startup Hack teams took their startup idea to a working prototype in ten hours.
Photo: Andreas Pegelow

Thanks for #gbgtechweek this year, see you next year in May!



Andreas Rolén
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