The largest technological event in the world, Web Summit 2023, was commenced in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. Organized by Enterprise Georgia and GITA, Georgian companies are represented at a dedicated stand.
With the support of the government, Georgian IT companies with international-status such as: LineAte, Making Science •Sweeft, DevExperts, Leavingstone, and Redberry, along with startups like Agronnect, Artisio, QuickShipper, OMOFOX, Datamind, Kernel, and more, are showcased at the summit.
Georgia has intricately designed its stand for Web Summit 2023, featuring five prominent local tech companies. Displayed on the Georgian stand, these companies are set to offer their services to summit visitors, demonstrating Georgia's commitment to showcasing its technological excellence on the global stage. As of Georgian startups, they will use a dedicated presentation space to host B2B meetings and deliver presentations to potential investors and target stakeholders.
At the web summit, Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, Levan Davitashvili, engaged in panel discussion "Innovate or Regulate? When tech meets government".
Attending one of the largest international IT summits will aid in establishing Georgia as a hub for IT services, showcasing advantageous tax incentives and other supportive mechanisms.
Web Summit 2023 expects 70,000+ attendees from 160 countries, with 800 speakers and 2,600 startups. Major international media outlets like CNN, the New York Times, Bloomberg, Business Insider, Politico, the BBC, the Financial Times, and more actively cover the event.