The World Summit in Lisbon


The World Summit in Lisbon was a really interesting trip for Zetly.

One of the largest technology fairs in the world. Thousands of exhibiting companies, including about 2,300 startups. Hundreds of presentations, lectures, Q&A sessions, master classes and roundtables. Over 74,000 participants! Tech giants like Siemens, Google, Accenture, Amazon Web Services, Intel and Binance. And all this in 5 large pavilions and a huge congress center. It took more than half an hour to walk from the first pavilion to the last one. This event was really impressive!

From our perspective, the most important thing was to meet companies from the digital asset industry. And of course, companies that offer new technological solutions in the field of sport. We had dozens of conversations, and our stand on 4th November was visited by several hundred people. We have established several important contacts, including with companies from Argentina, Portugal and Austria.

And what’s up in the world of new technologies? Undoubtedly, we can see the dominance of solutions using artificial intelligence AI. Most of these solutions are based on smartphone applications. Certainly, it should be admitted that new technologies with the help of these applications will better diagnose our health and physical condition. This will be done not only by scanning specific parts of the body, but also by using additional devices connected to smartphones and tablets (diagnosis of oncology, dermatology, cardiology or even diagnosis of potential aneurysms in the head). Nevertheless, it is interesting to note that while in earlier years the so-called Pitch Contest — the most prestigious competition for startups at the Web Summit, was won by companies from the medical industry, this year the competition was won by Theneo. This Georgian startup has created a platform that allows users to import a collection of APIs (application programming interfaces) into various programming languages and then integrate them. All this to create even more functional applications for smartphones.

It is also worth noting that many speeches or discussion panels were devoted to digital assets. Q&A with Changpeng Zhao, CEO of Binance, lecture “Navigating the Web2-to-Web3 transition” by Danny O’Brien from the Filecoin Foundation, panel “Digital collectibles and the future of fan engagement” with Diego Forfan from La Liga, Jorge Urruti del Pozo, VP La Liga and Andy Mitten from FourFourTwo or finally the lecture “How to fight NFT speculation” conducted by Fred Antunes from Real Fevr — these are just a few examples of many events devoted to crypto issues. It is also an example that new digital technologies based on blockchain are increasingly important in the modern world.

There were also Polish accents at the Web Summit. The Invest in Pomerania stand promoting the Trojmiasto or the stand of the City of Łódź really made a great impression. We also heard Polish very often among the participants of the Web Summit.

Another effective trip on Zetly Tour!

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