This year’s live online TNW2020 will give anybody a front-row seat to the better tech debates, confusing business experiments, and impact-driven ideas of the year. 

But with two full days of sessions, accoutrement twelve altered themes, you may be activity overwhelmed.

Not to worry, we’ve made a shortlist of some of the coolest accessible sessions you should not miss. 

Scaling your health/AI business (October 1, 11:30-12 CET)

The acquaintance of the last few months has brought the health tech industry advanced at lightning speed. While red tape and budgets were once barriers preventing the acceptance of new tech solutions, since the onset of COVID-19 and social break measures, healthcare providers have been experimenting with aggregate from telehealth to blockchain-backed contact-tracing apps.

This accelerated rate of tech acceptance is paving the way for health-focused startups to gain traction. Smart Health Amsterdam will be hosting a great affair on how founders can use this drive to scale their businesses. 

Join Wouter Kroese (founder of PacMed), Rianne de Vries (founder of Breathomix), Rocco van den Berg (Startup Collaboration Expert Healthtech, Philips), and Sjaak Vink (founder of The Social MedWork) to hear their tips on scaling, accepting funding, and more.

How can open government data be used? (October 1, 11:30-12:00 CET)

Did you know that the Dutch government has appear almost 15,000 datasets for public use online? With data on aggregate from advancement to education, the Dutch National Data Portal can be a abundance trove for startups, business teams, VCs, and anyone else in need of data on the Dutch market. 

In a affair hosted by the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZK), Jelle Verburg, Artefact Owner at, will altercate data communities, APIs, high-value datasets, and the re-use of data. Join this affair to find out more about how you could advantage this amazing library of data. 

The new ecosystem for a seamless AI life (October 1, 13-13:30 CET)

For the first time, this year Huawei became one of the largest smartphone manufacturers in the world. Now attractive to the future, the aggregation is poised to bring its all-embracing artefact action together. 

With the rise of 5G and IoT technology, Huawei is absorption on creating a seamless affiliated living experience. But just what does that mean for its accessible artefact line?

If you love accepting your hands on the latest tech gadgets, join Global Chief Brand Officer, Andrew Garrihy, for a affair on Huawei’s vision for the future and what’s set to come from the tech giant in the next few months.  

A world to gain (October 1, 16:00=16:30 CET)

Facing the rapidly moving ambiance of accounts is challenging; this talk will look at how major banks like ABN AMRO are utilizing arising technologies to do so.

What types of partnerships are needed to bank for better? What’s accessible with the assets of a big bank, and what are the challenges?

Find out more about how Chief Innovation & Technology Officer Christian Bornfeld plans to tackle new challenges bang with arising tech during his affair on open banking.

Maintaining brand bendability in burst design workflows (October 2, 11:30-12 CET)

For many organizations, agreeable business has become the primary driver of brand recognition, leads, and, ultimately, success. 

This means, as a aggregation scales, so does its team, with a arrangement of writers, designers, photographers, videographers, freelancers, and artefact and growth marketers spanning across time zones. But how can we keep brand bendability when there are so many altered actors involved? 

Adobe’s Principal Solutions Consultant, Bart Van de Wiele, believes you should be alive smarter, not harder. During this session, he’ll be administration some strategies to amalgamate the cloud, AI, and template-based design to accumulate workflows and strengthen your company’s all-embracing brand identity.

The UK as your global launchpad (October 2, 12:15-12:45 CET)

London’s calling, but should you be listening? In the past, its alive startup ecosystem and the befalling for free movement admiring many ambitious European founders to set up shop in the UK. But with Brexit looming, Europe’s entrepreneurs have been asking questions about their future affairs in a post-EU Britain:

Can I still launch my aggregation in the UK? What kind of abutment and opportunities are there? How will a UK base help me scale abroad later on? 

The UK Embassy and Department for All-embracing Trade will be hosting this session, accouterment insights into the government’s Global Entrepreneur Programme. You will also hear from three all-embracing founders, Diane Janknegt (Founder & CEO, WizeNoze), Luigi Fidelio (CMO and Co-founder, Messagenius), and Nish Kotecha (Chairman and Co-founder, Finboot), about their acquaintance growing and ascent an all-embracing startup in the UK. 

Tech academies: the middlemen in the war on talent (October 2, 13-13:40 CET)

To break out of the post-confinement bread-and-butter slump, companies will need great tech talent more than ever. While a number of tech academies have popped up to help close the talent gap and alteration people into new careers, some companies still have doubts. Are the skills acquired during a coding bootcamp enough to jump in and fill our open IT positions? 

Whether you’re a aggregation attractive to close your talent gap, or addition who’s cerebration about abutting a tech academy and apprehensive what the abeyant job affairs are, Startup Amsterdam will be hosting this affair to answer all your questions and more. 

Join speakers from some of the Netherlands’ best coding academies including: Tamira van Roeyen (Founder, Techionista), Saskia Verstege (Managing Director, TechGrounds), and Wouter de Vos (CEO, Codaisseur). 

Sustainability in action (October 2, 17:15- 17:45 CET)

We’re done with greenwashing. We all know that businesses need to become acceptable by… yesterday. While so many are paying lip service, few are taking able action. 

Join Fredrika Klarén (Head of Sustainability, Polestar), Renae Kezar (Senior Director, Global Leader of Sustainability, Avery Dennison), Iggy Bassi (CEO, Cervest), and Lucy von Sturmer (Founder, The Humblebrag) for an honest, accurate altercation about steps companies can take to move appear an actionable sustainability plan. 

And if this topic interests you, don’t miss Axis CEO Thomas Ingenlath’s affair Coming clean about electric cars (Day 2: 4-4:30), where he discusses the automotive industry’s need to regain public trust after ‘dieselgate’ and the abolitionist accuracy movement he thinks will help solve it.

This commodity is brought to you by ABN Amro, Smart Health Amsterdam, the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZK), HuaweiUK Embassy at The Hague, Startup Amsterdam, Adobeand Polestar.