Within one week, the Nuremberg Web Week assembles a broad selection of conferences, events, presentations and workshops to showcase the capabilities and creative ideas around digital topics in the Nuremberg region.
The Nuremberg Web Week is a meeting point for the most important local and digital creators, users, personalities, and those who have found their home in the Internet: entrepreneurs, founders, tech-enthusiasts, bloggers, online-activists, hackers, developers, creators, designers, media representatives, marketing agencies, start-ups, SMEs and corporate enterprises, as well as investors and sponsors. Last time, the web week attracted almost 3,000 participants.
From April 11 to 18, 2016, the Nuremberg Web Week will take place for the fourth time. The festival aims to bring together potentials from various spheres of the digital world, and to create synergy effects through those collaborations. True to its motto “Present, be interested, learn, get to know”, for one week, people will meet at miscellaneous events covering highly interesting and current topics. However, the Nuremberg Web Week is by no means a private function. Most of the events are free to attend.
With few exceptions, almost all events will be held in German language. This year, the only event that will be held completely in English is the IndieWebCamp.
Who we are
The Nuremberg Web Week is an open network of the region’s digital and creative industry. It is initiated by User Centered Strategy GmbH and connects Nuremberg’s entrepreneurs, managers, consultants, founders, start-ups, creatives, bloggers, designers, engineers, innovators, users, developers and university members from all digital domains. The Nuremberg Web Week is a community project which is supported and organized by a broad group of people from various regional companies and organizations. All of us share one common vision: Nuremberg as an economically, creatively and culturally thriving, social city which is pioneering the digital industry.