Hello Tomorrow Global Summit: Celebrating Deeptech Pioneers

Written on March 10, 2023

Hello Tomorrow recently hosted its Global Summit 2023, a significant event that acknowledged and celebrated the pioneering efforts of deeptech innovators from across the globe. The summit provided an excellent platform for participants to engage in discussions about the latest advancements in the industry, with a particular emphasis on the importance of collaboration and challenges in the deeptech space.

We are thrilled to announce that Qaptis was selected as one of the Deep Tech Pioneers and was a part of this prestigious event! The event took place in Paris from the 7th to 10th of March, and our co-founders, Masoud Talebi Amiri and Théodore Caby, had the opportunity to connect with inspiring innovators, leaving with new insights and ideas that will help our team to further our mission of leveraging technology for positive change.

Representing Qaptis and sharing our vision for the future of technology with the global community was such a blast!

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