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Do you want to grow your business internationally? Do you need a foreign business partner? Then you cannot miss this unique event when the exclusive and prominent TechLaw Group is in town on May 23rd, 2017 for a tech law conference with exciting panel debates and seminars that will help you prepare for global success.
You are invited to participate at this very special conference, which will include a unique chance for you to extend your network within the global tech community by connecting with the world’s top tech lawyers – representing some of the best and coolest tech investors and tech companies on the planet.
Who should attend?
Anyone involved in the tech business with interest for growing internationally, from start-ups to tech companies investing and other investors.
Delphi and The TechLaw Group.
DATE AND TIME
May 23rd, 09:00-14:00 pm. The full agenda will be released soon.
Where Epicenter, Mäster Samuelsgatan 36, Stockholm. Epicenter is a digital House of Innovation at the heart of Stockholm’s digital landscape. Within Epicenter, Swedish and international entrepreneurs and companies meet to collaborate, learn and grow their businesses.
Participation is free but registration mandatory. Please RSVP by May 22 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any practical questions, please e-mail email@example.com.
Delphi is the Swedish member of TechLaw and one of the top law firms in Sweden and considered leading in tech law.
TechLaw Group has more than 8,400 lawyers and offices in more than 35 countries. TechLaw member firms focus on, and have in depth knowledge of, a wide range of technology based businesses and are therefore able to serve the comprehensive legal needs of technology companies. The lawyers in the network have been involved in 100’s of tech deals and represent clients such as Facebook, Google, Supercell, MySQL and Cisco. Many of the TechLaw members – and speakers at the event – have made international acquisitions in the Nordics and the rest of the world.