The Europas will be held on 27 June 2018, in London, UK on the front lawn of the Geffrye Museum in Hoxton. Techcrunch is the exclusive media sponsor of the awards and conference.
You can nominate a startup, accelerator or venture investor which you think deserves to be recognized for their achievements in the last 12 months. The deadline for nominations is 1 May 2019.
For 2019, we’ve overhauled the categories to a set that we believe better reflects the range of innovation, diversity and ambition we see in the European startups being built and launched today. There are now 20 categories including new additions to cover AgTech / FoodTech, SpaceTech, GovTech and Mobility Tech.
The complete list of categories is here:
- AgTech / FoodTech
- Public, Civic and GovTech
- MadTech (Ad / MarTehc)
- Mobility Tech
- Saas/Enterprise or B2B
- Tech for Good
- Hottest Blockchain Project
- Hottest Blockchain Investor
- Hottest VC Fund
- Hottest Seed Fund
- Grand Prix
Timeline of The Europas Awards deadlines:
- 6 March 2019 – Submissions open
- 1 May 2019 – Submissions close
- 10 May 2019 – Public voting begins
- 18 June 2019 – Public voting ends
- 27 June 2019 – Awards Bash
We’re also shaking up the awards dinner itself. Instead of a sit-down gala dinner, we’ve taken on your feedback for more opportunities to network. Our awards ceremony this year will be in the setting of a garden lawn party where you’ll be able to meet and mingle more easily. We’ll have more details on the venue and party soon, as well as the day conference. If you’d like to talk about sponsoring, please contact email@example.com.
The Europas Awards have been going for the last ten years and we’re the only independent and editorially driven event to recognise the European tech startup scene. It’s also been featured in Bloomberg, VentureBeat, Forbes, Tech.eu, The Memo, Smart Company, Cnet, many others and of course, TechCrunch.
Technology and innovation have long promised to ‘make the world a better place’ -- the question today is how, and what are the unforeseen consequences when technology is applied to the world?
of Europe’s key movers and shakers in tech
|27 June 2019
18:30 - 23:00
|Geffrye Museum, 136 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8EA|