My talk from the ICT Summit in Warsaw, Poland

On the 3rd to 4th of December 2014, the Polish government arranged ICT Summit, a tech conference for their local startups. Over the two days, 50+ speakers came from far and wide to share their experiences, observations and advice.

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I was invited to talk about my journey with included.co and the hurdles with building globally from inside Europe. Although it was my first talk at this kind of event, I believe I got the main points across.

I’ve uploaded the full talk and slides onto medium for anyone who’s interested in reading it.

I’m not sure if the video will be released/uploaded, but if it is I’ll update this post. Thanks to Amalia for catching this shot of me doing the talk.

Just wanted to thank the organisers for inviting me and being so hospitable. Look forward to working more closely with the Polish startup ecosystems moving forward.

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Hey, I'm Hector ūüĎč

I lead strategic initiatives for people, brands, and projects at the intersection of tech & work

I’m part web dev, part guerrilla marketer, and all geek.

I love working on interesting ways to build campaigns, implement tech, elevate voices, and drive revenues for market-defining personalities, brands, and platforms.

In 1999, I hit upload on my first “website”, and 12-year-old me was immediately hooked on the ways the internet would become a force multiplier for people, brands, and ideas.

Since then I’ve worked on over 850 strategic initiatives across media, advertising, non-profits, proptech, e-commerce, marketplaces, productized services, and more.

I’m currently a co-founder of¬†Syncaroo.com¬†and curate the¬†This Week In Coworking¬†newsletter.

Previously I founded included.co and led the growth of the global perks network to 700+ communities, supporting over 133,000 members and businesses.

In my blog and on stage I share thoughts, observations, and undercurrent trends at the intersection of workspaces and technology.

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