White Bull searches for the stars of European tech

The fourth annual Bully Awards will celebrate innovation at all stages of business. Sixty finalists, to be announced on September 1, will be invited to present their visions before an audience of investors, global corporate executives and industry peers at Pathways 2013, Oct. 7–9 in Barcelona. Thirty winners will be selected by a panel of renowned industry experts, journalists, academics and investors and announced on the evening of Oct. 9 at the Pathways Awards Dinner. Panelists include The Next Web editor Robin Wauters GigaOM’s David Meyer, San Francisco Chronicle‘s David Einstein, Google’s Yves Cornaz, internationally acclaimed journalist Joel Dreyfuss, Rupert Cocke of Merger Markets (Financial Times Group), Colleen DeBaise of Entrepreneur magazine; Global Corporate Venturing editor Toby Lewis, CNN/BBC pundit-analyst Ralph Silva and many more.
White Bull has a proven track record for finding innovative firms, passionate entrepreneurs and world-class leaders. Over 60 percent of the Bully Award finalists since 2010 have gone on to achieve higher levels of success — from funding to exit.
Since its foundation, White Bull Summits has been committed to fostering growth and development in the European technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sector. The White Bull brand is recognized for the high-caliber network of global leaders it has cultivated and for the uniquely intimate, quality events that gather them together.
To read more about White Bull and the Bully Awards, or to submit an application, please visit www.whitebull.com, or contact us here. Qualified GigaOM readers will receive a 20% discount to Pathways 2013. Register here and enter the code GIGAOM13.