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We've just announced first speakers of Latitude59 2019, taking place on 16 - 17 May in Tallinn.
At the heart of our Latitude59 stage programme this year will be the wider themes of the future. Future of tech, future of education. Humanity, ethics, smart government and our living environment.

Meet Latitude59 speakers

You can also expect some changes in how the stage programme is organised, as we’ll be hosting a range of interactive sessions on topics where we’ll want to hear more from you, the audience, too!

In addition, we’ll have all our usual suspects present – a demo area for early and seed stage startups, both Latitude59 and Nordic Angel Program pitch competitions, investor-startup matchmaking and a host of side events.

Meet some of our first speakers and stay tuned for more announcements. Oh and tickets – get ’em here

Morten Lund –  Investor & serial entrepreneur has founded or co-invested in more than 200 high-tech startups in the last 20 years. These include Skype, Tradeshift, AirHelp & Hippocorn.

Nazma Qurban – Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) of Cognism Recognized as one of the “Top Women Leaders in SaaS of 2018”

Péter Halácsy – the founding father of Prezi technology, currently CEO of Budapest School , in which children become naturally equipped with the mindset and skills needed to lead a happy life.

Cristina Fonesca – co-founder of Talkdesk. Company that achieved unicorn status by building a call center in the cloud.

Vinay Ramani –  Chief Product Officer of Pipedrive, CRM tool for fast-growing sales teams.

Kersti KaljulaidPresident of Estonia

Michael Anderson –  Leadership Expert – 3x Californian software entrepreneur, best-selling author & radio show host, named #7 Top Leadership Expert Worldwide

Fleur Pellerin – Acting CEO & Founder, founded Korelya Capital in 2016 based in Paris to invest EUR100 million in the high tech industry throughout Europe.

Ashwini Ramani – Lead Technical Product Manager Facebook. Product and technical leader with extensive experience leading teams and building 0-1 products in Ad Tech and SaaS.

Find out more about our speakers. 




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