Ciprian Borodescu (Appticles) joins BR’s Startup Path

Anca Alexe 05/09/2018 | 13:53

Ciprian Borodescu, CEO at Appticles, will join the first edition of Startup Path, the event aiming to support the growth of a stronger entrepreneur community in Romania and Eastern Europe, organized by Business Review on September 10-11 at Impact Hub Bucharest.

He will be part of the second day of the event (September 11) in Track 1 – Lead Strong, and hold a talk called “Fail to Succeed”.

Ciprian is the Co-founder & CEO of Appticles.com – a multi-channel mobile publishing platform that helps digital publishers of all sizes (professional bloggers, newspapers or magazines) to better reach and engage their mobile users. Since 2015, he has also been the organizer of BucharestJS – a JavaScript developer group in Bucharest/Romania which grew to one of the biggest in the region with over 3,000 members. In 2016, Ciprian founded and co-organized JSHacks – a series of JavaScript Hackathons happening at the same time in different cities across EU.

Startup Path is an event dedicated to growth, to learning and to connecting the dots while having unique experiences. It brings together all actors of the startup scene, from universities, accelerators, to investors and thought leaders that would help entrepreneurs on their path to growth.

Business Review’s vision is to help build, feed and support the growth of a stronger entrepreneur community in Romania and Eastern Europe by becoming a platform that best promotes young entrepreneurs and their interests, fosters collaboration, gives them access to networking and funding opportunities via a well established network and expands their knowledge through relevant and curated content and news.

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