Spark.Me Speaker Interview: Maxim Gurvits, Eleven Startup Accelerator

Maxim Gurvits, chief hustler of Bulgarian accelerator Eleven, now mentors some 30+ early stage startups in Europe. He will be one of the speakers on Spark.Me and one of the reasons why you should attend!  We thought you would like a taste of what’s to come at the conference, so we prepared this little interview. 🙂 1. How wouldstuff

Spark.Me: Early Bird Prices Available Until August 31st – Hurry! is an interactive conference designed to unlock your creativity, learn from renowned speakers and come up with potential business ideas. This regional conference will present international experts who will speak from their experience and how they discovered the spark of inspiration that ultimately led them to success in their field. The conference will be held September 26th – 27thstuff

.ME Announce Startup Competition

.ME is holding the Startup Competition in conjunction with, an interactive regional conference and meeting of the brightest tech minds from the region of South East Europe and beyond held at the Hotel Splendid in Budva, Montenegro from September 26-27, 2013. The list of speakers includes renowned ICT experts such as Dino Dogan, the founder ofstuff

Domain.Me on RockPaperStartups: How To Approach Millennials

Last week, Domain.Me was visiting RockPaperStartups conference – largest summer startup conference in this part of the Europe which was being held in Rijeka, Croatia from 17th untill 19th July as a part of Republika Fest. Over 250 attendees showed up and the event was nothing short of amazing. Names like Daniel Burka, Alex Hunter,stuff

Balkans TechCrunch Meetups: Don’t Miss It!

We are thrilled to announce that Balkans TechCrunch Meetups is happening right now! Netorcatic/Netokracija is the organizator of this great event in four cities: Sofia, Belgrade, Zagreb and Ljubljana. The lecturer of the  Meetups is John Biggs, the best known as  the East Coast Editor of  TechCrunch. Did We get your attention? Excited? So are we! Who, Where and When? TechCrunch Meetups are being heldstuff

Spark.Me Conference announced by Natasa Djukanovic from .Me

Natasa Djukanovic, our sales and marketing manager here at .Me, last week introduced a new conference: Spark.Me. It will be held in Montenegro  on September 26th-27th in Splendid Hotel. is an interactive conference designed to unlock your creativity, learn from renowned speakers and come up with potential buisines ideas. This regional conference will present international expertsstuff

Tvitomanija.Me: Connecting your WordPress website to social networks

Tvitomanija.Me, the largest regional conference on social networks gathered over 500 participants in Novi Vinodolski last week. Your .Me team attended the conference as well and we picked the lectures we felt could help our domain name owners with their blogs, websites or businesses. One of those lectures was held by Vladimir Lelićan from SAEstuff

Domaining Spain 2013: The Domain in Spain Registers Mainly with .Me’s Natasa Dukanovic as a Speaker

This week, Valencia will be home to some of the world’s most influential domainers as  they come to this wonderful Spanish city for the Domaining 2013. conference which will star some of the industry’s top speakers, including .Me’s very own Sales and Marketing Director, Natasa Djukanovic! The conference starts on April 25th and will continuestuff

Startup Live Zagreb – With Lots Of Love From The .ME Team

We love startups! There is something incredibly exciting about the whole startup community. The ideas flowing around, the optimism, the good will of everyone included… It makes us feel good. It makes us happy. It makes us decide to partner up with awesome organizations and events that support startups. That’s exactly why we partnered with Startup Live Zagreb!stuff

Tvitomanija.Me Wants to Be The Largest Social Media Conference in Southeastern Europe!

Not long after Blogomanija ended in December last year, Internet communities in Balkans started chattering about a social media conference which was to take place on April or May 2013. Called Tvitomanija (Twitter mania, get it?), the conference was last held in the November of 2011, and the time for a new one couldn’t bestuff

WebFest.ME Awards 2012 Announces the Finalists for all the Categories

WebFest.ME Awards is the hottest Internet conference in the region, and one of its parts – WebFest.ME Awards is coming to an end.  The competition was split in two parts: (1) application part and (2) voting period. Applying for the competition was closed on October 15th and voting lasted until November 10th. The voting was done both bystuff

Evernote CEO at How to Web: Now is The Best Time in History to Start Your Startup

Vukašin Stojkov was present at the How to Web conference as a .Me ambassador, alongside the .Me blog editor Ivan Brezak Brkan. Hope you had the chance to talk to them! Phil Libin, the founder and CEO of Evernote, has opened the How to Web conference in Romania with the claim that today is thestuff

Join .Me for How to Web in Bucharest & Discover Eastern Europe’s Most Innovative Startups

Why are you going to see us at How to Web in Bucharest next week? Well, because the conference Romanian entrepreneur Bogdan Iordache founded has become the right place to meet the most innovative early stage startups Central and Eastern Europe has to offer. This year they’ve even created a special Startup Spotlight program andstuff

Zé Fontainhas at WebFest.Me: Facebook Will Die and You Will Lose Your Data

The second day of the hottest Internet conference in the region, WebFest.Me, started with Zé Fontainhas, the founder of the Portuguese WordPress community. He is a developer, core contributor and the translators’ team lead. When describing himself, he lists as his main activities, in this sequence: rock’n roll, dry martinis, WordPress. However, his main worry is content: “Your content, my content is being postedstuff

WebFest.Me: 10 Rules of Making It Human by 21-Year Old Web Wizard

Brian Wong, the founder of (pronounced “keep”), shared his 10 tips of making your business human in order to be successful. Remember, he spoke at the WebFest.Me conference: Existing patterns of behavior Find out what people are doing and take what you have observed when you are building your business. For example, we know that people get hungrystuff

WebFest.Me: Brian Wong from Kiip.Me Improved Mobile Advertising with “Moments”

Attendants of the most important regional Internet conference were impressed this morning by Brian Wong, the founder of (pronounced “keep”). This young entrepreneur started college at the age of 14, graduated when he was 18 years old and soon after that he started his own company. is a rewards network that changed the way companiesstuff

Sedo CSO at WebFest.Me: Don’t Be Afraid to Purchase Your Domain on the Secondary Market

Sedo is world’s only global domain maketplace and their Chief Sales Officer, Liesbeth Mack-de-Boer, gave a very interesting speech on the importance of domain names during WebFest.Me. She is responsible for global sales, marketing and global development at Sedo. The domain industry is big and it constitutes of primary market and secondary market. Primary market is registering newstuff

WebFest.Me Features WebUp Finalists – Which Project Will Pitch At TechCrunch Disrupt 2013?

WebFest.Me is almost here and so is the WebUp, our very own startup competition! It’s going to be a lovely event, taking place in Budva, Montenegro on September 20th and 21st. We already told you what can you expect from WebFest.Me 2012, and now it’s time to introduce you to our WebUp finalists; a talentedstuff

WebUp.ME: Shut Up or Start Up & Win a $50,000-Worth Techcrunch Disrupt Position!

It’s your last chance. Just 24 more hours to go and apply for the WebUp.ME 2012. startup competition which will be held next week in beautiful Budva in Montenegro. The prize? A $50,000 stand at the premier startup conference Techcrunch Disrupt which after being held these days on the west coast is coming back tostuff

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