South Summit 2023 – Madrid
📣 Partner Announcement – SOUTH SUMMIT MADRID 2023: TODAY 2030 📣
South Summit Madrid 2023 will be held at La Nave de Madrid under the slogan ‘Today 2030’ which will bring attendees closer to the future to learn about, and analyse all the innovations to be implemented in order to achieve the sustainability goals of the 2030 agenda.
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South Summit Madrid 2023 will have the institutional support of Spain Up Nation, the Community of Madrid and Madrid City Council, as well as Mutua Madrileña, Google for Startups, BBVA Spark, Endesa, Wayra – Telefónica Innovation and BStartup of Banco Sabadell as Global Partners, joined by Toptal this year.
Between the ten editions of South Summit held from 2012 to 2022, the finalist startups of all the meetings have generated a total investment of 10.17 billion dollars, of which around 75% belong to Spanish startups. If we take into account all the South Summits held worldwide, the investment amounts to 10.61 billion dollars.
The content of the eleventh edition of this global gathering will be divided into eight verticals: Connectivity & Data, Consumer Trends, Education, Fintech & Insurtech, Health, Industry 5.0, Mobility & Smart Cities, BizDev Tech, Enterprise and Sustainability & ESG, the latter three being new.
South Summit Madrid 2023 will feature major international and national speakers to discuss key issues in the world of innovation. Among them are Pablo Isla, President of the International Board of Trustees of IE University, and sports stars such as Pau Gasol, an important representative of the new Sportstech trend, which applies innovation and entrepreneurship to the world of sport and wellness. Also present will be internationally renowned personalities in the world of entrepreneurship such as Andrew Winston, manager of Winston Eco-Strategies, and Jenny Fielding, co-founder of The Fund VC.
The organisation’s forecasts indicate that South Summit Madrid 2023 will break all attendance records and generate an economic activity of around 28 million euros in the city of Madrid alone, according to the PwC report, which would imply a growth of 37% compared to the economic impact registered in the 2022 edition.