The biggest joint event in Geneva this year will take place on 29 August at 18.30 at FlexOffice. Ten meetup organizers will meet together and they invite all their members to have a drink, chat, network, say goodbye to the summer and hello to the new meetup season.
In August, the majority of meetups take a well-deserved break. However, some of the organizers and groups still meet regularly. Come and meet them if you’re in Geneva.
Although in summer most of the meetup organizers are taking a break, it doesn’t mean that all tech-related meetups in Geneva are put on hold. Some of the groups continue to meet in July and August as well, some invite their members for informal and less structured gatherings, others will meet on a boat. Check out what they organize despite the recent heatwave.
On 9 July there will be a special event for tech and startup community in Geneva: a meetup on a boat! Not only its location is quite unusual (although, we live by the lake, so is it really?) but it’s a rare occasion when both tech entrepreneurs and investors can grab a drink and network in relaxing atmosphere. Read more:
At summertime, most of the meetup organizers take a break. Maybe that’s why June is packed with tech events – everyone wants to meet and share knowledge before going on holidays. Check the full list.
The Entrepreneurship Meet-ups (EM-Us) are a long standing tradition at CERN. Every other Tuesday people are invited to inspiring talks about topics related to entrepreneurship. Read more:
Spring is in the air and many of us prefer to stay outside after work. Luckily it doesn’t discourage event organizers. On the contrary, May is packed with events. Check the list and stay updated.
On 9 April 2019, at SDG Solution Space, 3 tech-oriented meetup groups in Geneva (Geek Girls Carrots, Geneva Web and Webmardi) will join forces to organize a joint event and to discuss two important topics: e-commerce and web animation.
March is a hectic month when it comes to tech-related events in Geneva. Apart from regular monthly meetups, there is an OpenGeneva festival with plenty of hackathons, Diversity Week with a focus on technology, and a celebration of the International Women’s Day organized by Geek Girls Carrots and Women in Digital Switzerland meetups.