From grassroots to growth

Web Summit events are defined by the diversity and inclusivity of our communities. We’re proud to team up with local partners and initiatives to contribute to our dynamic tech ecosystem.

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What can Web Summit Qatar do for your organisation or community?

Web Summit Qatar is a global gathering where political figures, cultural icons and business leaders confront the challenges facing society.

Through a series of special ticket initiatives, we partner with organisations to bring people together to discuss key issues in roundtables, to network with like-minded peers, and to learn at our masterclasses.

We want to partner with nonprofit organisations to bring in new ideas, ensuring each and every one of our events is a diverse and equitable space for all.

Solo Ceeesay Calaxy speaks at Roundtables
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Who can be a community partner?

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Community group or meetup

Do you run a meetup for entrepreneurs or tech enthusiasts in your community? Web Summit Qatar is always interested in partnering with local groups to help bring their members to our event.

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Global networks

Are you part of an international network of like-minded individuals looking to make an impact? The Web Summit Qatar team can help your members join us for the three-day event.

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Universities and colleges

Engineering, science, journalism, marketing, business… There’s a place for every higher-education institution’s faculty at Web Summit Qatar.

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Nonprofit organisations

We admire people dedicated to making a difference, whether in their local community or on a global scale. That’s what Web Summit Qatar is all about, and that’s why we want nonprofits to be part of the action.

Ongoing community initiatives at our events

Iasmim Alves A, CEO at +Torcedoras, left, and Camila Florentino, CEO _ Founder at Celebrar
Women in tech

We’re committed to changing the gender ratio at our events and empowering women across the globe by fostering networking opportunities, building mentorship programmes and nurturing our online women in tech community.

Elliott Denham of Dtec Ventures
Developer programme

The developer programme was designed to give back to the open-source community. With a focus on networking and learning, we offer qualified applicants access to talks, and to developer-focused masterclasses, roundtables and networking sessions.

A scholar attendee asks a question at the Scholarship Session
Scholarship programme

Web Summit Qatar’s scholarship programme unites students and recent graduates who demonstrate an ambition to be part of a community looking to change the future.

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