Steps towards Step

Step, the “most experiential tech festival in the middle east” as it is often coined, is all set with its itinerary in 2019, in the month of February on the dates of 13th and 14th.
So, all the tech geeks out there, you don’t really have to spend a lonesome Valentines Day.

Starting out as a series of workshops and small gatherings, and over 7 years, Step has grown to become the largest tech experiential festival in the Middle East. STEP is home to the best entrepreneurs, creatives, and digital enthusiasts, with 4 conferences, more than 250 startups showcasing, and 6000+ attendees over two days.

Startup Basecamp
A global endeavour of tethering over 250 startups participating at STEP 2019’s with harmony and development. Startup Basecamp is present across 4 conferences to showcase their products and services. Showcasing startups will get a chance to meet with regional investors and VCs, gather leads, and network with potential clients and partners.

The home base for founders, startups, and entrepreneurs to learn and share experiences and meet with investors, would be Step Start. In this platform, startups get to participate in the Startup Basecamp, Mentor’s Corner, Pitch Competition, and Investor Meetings.

Varied Features of the Event


Step 2019 Startup Basecamp will feature 300 Seed, Early, and Growth stage regional and international startups from future-shaping industries, connecting them to mentors, investors, and potential clients.

Step Digital tackles the latest global trends in digital marketing, brands, advertising tech, and content. Brand Managers, CMOs, Influencers, and digital gurus take the stage, host workshops, and network to also meet startups in the digital media space.

Step X features the latest in future of transport and autonomous tech, smart cities, IoT, Artificial Intelligence, and more. Telcos, city planners, automotive companies, and startups gather to discuss what life will look like by 2050.

Step Money brings together banks, payment gateways, processors, fintech startups, regulators and more to discuss the latest in financial technology, blockchain, digital currencies, payments, lending, and wealth management.

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