Announcing the agenda for Shift Conference 2015

The largest startup event in South-East Europe, Shift Conference, is coming to Split 11th&12th of June and we’re excited to announce the full agenda.


The whole event will be held on June 11 and 12 at the Croatian National Theatre in Split. With over a 1200 attendees and more than 20 international speakers, we will talk, discuss and explore what’s next to be disrupted in the startup world. Media representatives, investors and entrepreneurs with confirmed experience and recognition on the global startup scene will be there to share their visions and ideas with you and inspire creative discussions.


General admission tickets are still available. With just over two weeks before the big event, we wanted to give you a full picture of the schedule and speakers.


Reddit co-founder Steve Huffman will talk about lessons he learned while building Reddit and Hipmunk, Andrea Barica from 500 Startups will tell the story of creating inDinero, Nick Grossman from Union Square Ventures titled his lecture with “The Cycle of Domination and Disruption” and Entrepreneur’s editor-in-chief Amy Cosper will do a Fireside chat.


Further more, the first day of this years Shift Conference is reserved for Shai Wininger (Fiverr), Or Offer (SimilarWeb), TechCrunch’s Editor At Large Mike Butcher who will talk about Startups And Big Tech Trends, Allan Grant who has prepared interesting lecture calledI’m the Guy Who Hacked Your Site: How I Accidentally Started“, and Evan Stites-Clayton who will discuss about Breaking Boundaries & Creating Global Opportunities.


On the second day of Shift Conference we’ll get the chance to see Des Traynor (Intercom), Tom Preston-Werner (GitHub), Theresa Preston-Werner (Codestarter), Stan Schroder (Mashable), Tomaž Štolfa (Layer), Aaron White (Venrock), Marcus Segal (Zynga) and Qasar Younis (Y Combinator).


During there two conference days there will be four Shift Challenge Sessions during which the 24 finalist will pitch their ideas in front of the audience of more than 1200 people and a jury made up of some of the most influential people in the industry including TechCrunch, Y Combinator, 500 Startups, Mashable, Entrepreneur, Union Square Ventures, Venrock and many more.


Check out the full agenda HERE!