Focusing on the future of technological innovation and sustainability, afternoon sessions at #TechEUSummit explored the metaworld, deep technology, the future of NFT, European technological sovereignty, crypto, and how startups are helping in the crisis in Ukraine.
Giovanni Graziosi Casimirmetaworld manufacturer from Decentraland, Rahim Attabavice president of marketing at The Sandbox and Simon FoucheCEO of Metav.rs shared his thoughts on the world of the metaworld and Web3 in a fascinating session.
Ethan Pierceco-founder and producer of Series.E Media, Daria Sakharovco-founder and investor of the World Fund, Aline Wedderdirector at Lakestar and Nick de la Forgeco-founder of Planet A, stressed the importance of creating and nurturing sustainable ecosystems.
Hard times don’t last, but hard people continue. Such sentiments were shared by Ukrainian techno-innovators at the summit. Paying attention to the sustainable technological sector of Ukraine, Alexander Gavarukhthe head of the international public relations department at Sigma Software Group, spoke about how the company has revised its emergency plans to get people to safer places during the war. Dmitry Voloshinco-founder and CTO of Preply.com said the transition to a project management plan has helped the company survive the crisis. Evelina Komarnitskaya from the Ukrainian Startup Fund told about a number of solutions for their Ukrainian team.
And that it is better to end the summit than to raise a toast to the speaker Haney Zacharyassenfounder and chief evangelist of the Vivino wine evaluation program.