Vote now in #TheEuropas Awards to find its hottest startups, and join Europe’s key playersMay 20, 2019
We’ve sorted and sifted through a record number of entries this year to compile an editorially driven long list of some of Europe’s most exciting startups and investors.
Voting is now live, so please go and vote. The public vote will close on 29 May 2019, 11:59 PM BST.
Vote in the awards by individual category by clicking the links below.
As the public vote takes place, our all-star panel of judges will be deliberating on the list as well. Their vote is combined with the public vote to come up with the shortlist. The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on the evening of 27 June 2019 in London, UK.
This year’s ceremony will be in the setting of a garden party across the front lawn of Hoxton’s Geffrye Museum.
We’ll have editorial content as well – with panels looking at this year’s themes of tech + society, a view of what next for European startups, and a special fireside with Founder’s Forum’s Brent Hoberman.
With free-flowing drinks, great food from Kin, a long British summer’s evening, and VIPs and startups mingling and networking, this is the one event in the tech startup calendar you won’t want to miss. Grab your tickets here.
TechCrunch is once more the exclusive media sponsor of the awards, alongside new “tech, culture & society” event creator The Pathfounder. Those attending The Europas will get deep discounts to TechCrunch Disrupt in Berlin, later this year.
Interested in sponsoring The Europas or exhibiting at the awards? Get in touch with Claire Dobson // [email protected]
TO VOTE IN A SPECIFIC CATEGORY CLICK ON A LINK BELOW. To vote in the entire awards click here.
Please note, you can vote only once.
Thanks for participating in the public voting stage in The 2019 Europas Awards. Please pick your winners from the following entries. For all other information about the awards see the site These votes will be combined with those of our expert judges and the winner will be announced on the evening of 27 June 2019 in London.
Vote in the entire awards here.
Vote in the awards by individual category:
The Europas Grand Prix Awards: No public voting, picked by judges.
ABOUT THE AWARDS
The Europas Awards celebrates the most forward thinking and innovative tech & blockchain startups and the hottest investors across over some 20+ categories. Startups can apply for an award or be nominated by anyone, including our judges.
For the last ten years The Europas has grown into a fun and fantastic awards ceremony and an awesome daytime conference. The Europas is a chance for you and your team to celebrate a year of hard work in one incredible night in London.
The Europas “Diversity Pass”
We’d like to encourage more diversity in tech! That’s why we’ve reserved a tranche of free tickets to ensure that we include more women and people of colour who are “pre-seed” or “seed-stage” tech startup founders. If you are a women founder or person of colour founder, apply here for a chance to be considered for one of the limited free diversity passes to the event.
We’re also shaking up the awards dinner itself. Instead of a sit-down gala dinner, we’ve taken feedback for more opportunities to network. Our awards ceremony this year will be in the setting of a garden lawn party, where you’ll be able to meet and mingle more easily, with free-flowing drinks and a wide-selection of street food (including vegetarian/vegan). The ceremony itself will last approximately 75 minutes, with the rest of the time dedicated to networking.
Instead of thousands and thousands of people, think of a great summer event with the most interesting and useful people in the industry, including key investors and leading entrepreneurs.
The Europas Awards have been going for the last 10 years, and we’re the only independent and editorially driven event to recognise the European tech startup scene. The winners have been featured in Reuters, Bloomberg, VentureBeat, Forbes, Tech.eu, The Memo, Smart Company, CNET, many others — and of course, TechCrunch.
• No secret VIP rooms, which means you get to interact with the speakers
• Key founders and investors attending
• Journalists from major tech titles, newspapers and business broadcasters