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Grit Daily pairs with InboundJunction to satisfy your FOMO-led cravings at TheNextWeb 2019

Next Week. Next Web.

You’re at this amazing tech conference — the day has gone well — and as the evening sets in, so does your “FOMO” as you try to figure out which dinner party you should attend.

And if you’re like us, you’re also hungry. Fear not! Grit Daily has you covered.

An evening of high-end networking, Dutch eats, and unlimited beer and wine awaits at you lushes at the enchanted Lotje Zalen restaurant at 8 PM, May 10th. It’s a mere eight-minute walk from the TNW 2019 venue.

Hosted by (me,) Grit Daily’s Executive Editor Jordan French and in collaboration with Tel-Aviv-based InboundJunction, this evening will see you part ways with your FOMO as you end your TNW experience in style.

Among the attendees you’ll find CEOs of disruptive companies, daring entrepreneurs, TNW’s speakers, and savvy minds from the tech industry with journalists to record it all. Expect interesting conversations, in-depth discussions, hand-shakes, and drinks, to wrap up your Amsterdam tech experience.

Special guests include:

  • Larry Sanger, Wikipedia cofounder & Everipedia 
  • Netflix veteran, Cliff Edwards
  • VentureBeat Writer Hira Saed
  • TRON and BitTorrent CEO, Justin Sun
  • eToro CEO, Yoni Assia
  • Miko Matsumura, Evercoin Exchange co-Founder
  • You
  • And…[more to come]

The evening will be led by TNW speaker and moderator Jordan French, in conjunction with round-table host Orian Tal, Vice President at InboundJunction. Regarding the “unofficial” TNW dinner, Tal observed that:

“Grit Daily is at it again with a capstone to what looks to be one of Europe’s top tech events this year. And Grit Daily is like stretching. Something you ought to do after you exercise. At the May 10th dinner, we’ll see how long French can stretch a toast.”

Tightly ticketed, get first dibs on the remaining dinner tickets here. Tickets usually sell out within 24 hours before the dinner.

Yes, you guessed it: “Fear of missing out” hits hard.