Viewster today announced that Co-Founder & CEO Kai Henniges will participate as a speaker at the NOAH Conference 2013, held at Old Billingsgate Market in London on the 13th and 14th of November 2013. Kai Henniges’s presentation is scheduled to begin at 18:05 on the 13th of November.
Kai Henniges will then unveil Viewster’s new focus and give an insight in the digital video industry’s most recent developments.
If you would like to join us for the event and see Kai Henniges on stage, please use the registration Code NOAH13-Viewster here (tickets priced at GBP650 + VAT). If you are a professional investor, banker, lawyer, member of the press or work for a PR or HR firm, please request your personal registration code by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and mention Viewster.
Viewster is a leading free “on demand” service, offering a wide range of free and ad-supported series and movies. Based in Switzerland, Viewster is available in 120 countries worldwide. Viewster’s service is available on the web at Viewster.com and is pre-installed on most Internet-connected TVs and Blu-ray players. Free-to-download mobile apps are available for Apple and Android tablets and smartphones. Learn more about Viewster: corp.viewster.com.
About the NOAH Conference
The NOAH Conference is a specialised business-focused conference, presenting Europe’s leading private and public Internet companies to over 2,000 c-level Internet executives from over 25 countries. The event has over 80 industry leaders debating the state of European Internet in keynotes, interviews, panels, company presentations and interactive audience Q&A. This year’s conference theme is: “How Big Can It Get”, which will aim to assess the potential size of certain market segments as well as specific company opportunities. Confirmed speakers this year include: Klaus Hommels, Oliver Samwer, Martin Enderle (Scout24), Oleg Tscheltzoff (Fotolia), Rolv Erik Ryssdal (Schibsted), Errol Damelin (Wonga), Jean-Baptiste Rudelle (Criteo), Carl Shepherd (homeaway), Stan Laurent (Photobox), Tobias Ragge (Hotel Reservation Systems), Uri Levine (Waze), Jens Begemann (Wooga), Rubin Ritter (Zalando).