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Toronto NOVEMBER 14-15, 2019

Canada meets E-Estonia

 
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THE world’s first digital society

The place to network with startups, investors and people in e-governance.

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NOVEMBER 14-15, 2019

Music + Tech

 

Latitude44 is a tech conference featuring Estonian tech, e-Governance and start-ups with support from Latitude59, the flagship Estonian startup and tech event of the world’s first digital society. Latitude44 is taking place in conjunction with Estonian Music Week (EMW) both organized by the Estonian Studies Centre/Museum of Estonians Abroad (VEMU). 

Day 1: Startups
Innovation and the e-Visa / e-Residency - Who to invest in and how to get into Europe 

Day 2:  e-Government
The world’s first e-society decoded for you

 
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Host & Speakers

 
 
L44 HOST (Round 13, The Disruptors & Dragon’s Den) >>

L44 HOST (Round 13, The Disruptors & Dragon’s Den) >>

Founding Member, Cleveron >>

Founding Member, Cleveron >>

CEO, Zelos >>

CEO, Zelos >>

Co-Founder, Mooncascade >>

Co-Founder, Mooncascade >>

Founder, FirmaFitness >>

Founder, FirmaFitness >>

Founder, emformX and Fintech >>

Founder, emformX and Fintech >>

Director, DMZ Sandbox >>

Director, DMZ Sandbox >>

GM/DVP ADP Ventures - Big Data >>

GM/DVP ADP Ventures - Big Data >>

Founder & CEO, Tutor.id >>

Founder & CEO, Tutor.id >>

CEO, Modash >>

CEO, Modash >>

Co-founder & CEO, Industry62 >>

Co-founder & CEO, Industry62 >>

Co-founder, North Star AI >>

Co-founder, North Star AI >>

 

Demos.
Pitches.
Matchmaking.
Party.

 
 
 
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VENUE

WE Global Learning Centre

The tech conference will be held in Toronto on November 14-15 at the WE Global Learning Centre with concerts from Estonian Music Week in the evenings continuing into the weekend at various venues. WE Global Learning Center is an innovative hub in downtown Toronto where doing good is a daily occurrence. Housed in a beautifully restored heritage building and boasting cutting-edge technology, inspiring leadership programs and social issues workshops.

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MAIN ORGANIZER

About VEMU

The Museum of Estonians Abroad (VEMU) is one of the Estonian Studies Centre programs at Tartu College and has been a member of the Bloor St. Culture Corridor in Toronto since 2014. VEMU works to connect Canadian and Estonian communities through rich and vibrant cultural programming including concerts, lectures, seminars, workshops, exhibitions, film screenings, theatre, and more in both Estonian and English. Larger events include Estonian Music Week and the new tech conference Latitude44. VEMU also acts as a cultural bridge between Canada and Estonia by participating in a variety of cultural and research projects. The VEMU archival, library, and museum collections are the biggest Estonian collections located outside of Estonia.

 

 

Partners

 
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