Balkan startup and tech events for November 2016

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November is yet another events filled month, full of exciting hackathons, conferences and startup challenges. Zagreb, Athens, Zemun, Belgrade are just a few of the destinations for those events, but what are the rest?

Hack It!- Zagreb
4-5 November

 At “Hack It!” hackathon create and develop a programmed solution / prototype for communication in the digital era that is a) user friendly b) attractive c) innovative d) all of the above. In just 24 hours.

TEDxZemun 2016- Zemun
6 November 

Positive energy, interesting subjects, and an impressive list of public speakers are on TEDxZemunED agenda in November. From the Opera & Theatre Madlenianum stage in Zemun, be part of one of the most exciting events in the Balkan peninsula.

Advanced Technology Days- Zagreb
16 – 17 November

Middle of November is reserved for 12th edition of Advanced Technology Days, a Microsoft-organized event. Set in Hypo center in Zagreb, Advanced Technology Days has grown in an unforgettable place for knowledge and experience exchange.

EuroVR Conference- Athens
22- 24 November

The characteristics for The EuroVR Conference are promoting research excellence in the VR/AR field, providing support to the VR/AR Community, stimulating the development of VR/AR technologies in different application areas, Facilitating the structuring and VR/AR research integration in Europe, and this year will be no exception for that.

Ready, Steady, Code-Varazdin
26 – 27 November

Ready, Steady, Code is the name of the 2 day hackathon, and Varazdin is the place for it. 24-hour event at the end of November in wich the best student competitors can win up to 1300 euros award.

Fincluders: The Startup Challenge- Berlin
28 -29 November

The goal for this challenge is to find innovative new talents who will shape the financial future by bringing better, fairer and more inclusive financial services to small businesses and retail customers. Participants in Fincluders will compete in several different areas such as financial access and literacy, financial identity and credit scoring, payments and remittances, alternative bank delivery channels, microfinance for small businesses, mobile services for the unbanked, consumer protection and financial solutions for agriculture and farmers.

And in case we’ve missed an event or you have suggestions for the November and December lists, please add your input to the open crowd-sourced list on Google Docs.