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Southeast Europe’s Biggest Startup Event ‘Shift 2015’ Starts in Split

10629713_818011174943388_8044787069446343670_nThe biggest startup event in Southeast Europe kicks off today for the fourth time in a row in Split, Croatia…

The IT event Shift 2015 will bring together more than 1000 attendees and 30 international speakers to talk, discuss and explore what’s next to be disrupted in the startup world. Media representatives, investors, SMEs, IT experts, domestic and foreign institutions, investment funds, and proven entrepreneurs will share their visions and ideas at the 2-day event.

Traditionally, Shift consists of three parts: Shift Hackathon, the developer competition, then Shift Challenge, the startup competition of 24 teams, and finally the Shift Conference.

This year’s speakers include Reddit co-founder Steve Huffman, Tom Preston-Werner, founder of GitHub, Mashable’s European editor Stan Schoeder, Andrea Barrica from 500Startups, and Mike Butcher, who is editor at large at TechCrunch.

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