Learn how to fundraise at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2019

TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2019 / December 11-12

It’s almost a month until the leading tech conference in Europe – Disrupt Berlin 2019. And if you are a startup, moreover, if you strive to be a successful one, then you better already have secured your place at the most visited tech event of the year. Being a world’s leading authority in debuting revolutionary startup, introducing game-changing technologies and discussing what’s top of the mind for the tech industry, Disrupt Berlin is definitely a must for those striving for international expansion, looking for more funds or simply want to make an exit.

The potential of this gathering and the opportunities that this event is providing for the startups is best seen from the success stories and the growth that many young entrepreneurs had witnessed following just one visit to Disrupt Berlin Conference.

Sebastian Siemiatkowski. CEO at Klarna / Photo: TechCrunch

One such shining example is the Swedish fintech Klarna , a startup that just recently raised $460 million. And its CEO, Sebastian Siemiatkowski is willing to share his story during this year TechCrunch Disrupt conference in Berlin.

For those who haven’t yet heard about this Swedish fintech, let us just break this info – with this latest funding the startup reached market value at $5.5 billion, becoming the largest fintech startup in Europe.

Founded in 2005 as a project of three eager students in Economics, the leading idea of Klarna is to provide the costumers and merchants with safer and simpler online payment methods. Even though their idea wasn’t received very well at the beginning, today Klarna marks massive success in Europe and is already on a way to win the market in U.S.

What’s make this startup special is that its platform offers direct payments, pay after delivery options and installment plans in a smooth one-click purchase experience that lets consumers pay when and how they prefer to.

Sequoia Capital, Bestseller, Permira, Visa and Atomico are just a few of the world-known investors that backed up this success story.

For more details on Klarna be sure to secure your place at the disrupt Berlin 2019 conference and learn how this bold and effortful story managed to raise and become the largest fintech in Europe.

Louise Samet, Partner at Blossom Capital / Photo: Blossom capital website

And of course, every startup needs a mentor and an investor to raise and fulfill their plan and potential on the market. To learn the best opportunities for one of the most difficult funding rounds – Series A financing, you will be able to hear from many investors such as Blossom capital partner Louise Samet.

Namely, Blossom Capital is a new European venture capital fund focused on leading Series A investments. Samet has supported many successful startup such as LendingHome, Bloom Credit and Stravito. Interestingly enough, before joining Blossom, she was the director of technical sales at Klarna.

And of course Samet and Siemiatkowski are just two of the great line of speakers present at the Dirsupt Berlin 2019.

Yonl assla, CEO and Co-founder at one of the world’s leading social trading and multi-asset brokerage company eToro; Daniel Dines, CEO at UiPath, the Romanian unicorn that develops a platform for robotic process automation(RPA); Karoll Hindriks, CEO at Jobbatical, one of the leading HR platforms that connects technical and media people from around the world with those who were interested in hiring them; Andrew Reed, Partner at Sequoia Capital and David Thevenon, Partner at SoftBank Vision fund are just few to name of the C-suit experts that will share their own experience on stage.

If you want to hear innovative and more successful stories and more importantly to learn firsthand how to secure more funds, than don’t wait more. Secure your tickets right away as in just a couple of days the early-bird passes will be no more possible. Importantly, you can use Superfounders code to secure additional 15% discount on the tickets. The code is SUPERFOUNDERS.