Somewhere + The Next Web

Last week we attended The Next Web conference in Amsterdam, met plenty of people, heard some great talks, made plenty of new connections and took part in the Boost program. To top it all off, we pitched Somewhere and won.

Winning the Boost program was a huge honour for us, but it all happened in such a blur that we wanted to take the time to say our thank you’s.

First of all, we’re grateful to The Next Web for running such a great event. As much as it’s validating to win the award, a lot of the credit should go to the people who have trusted us and brought in to our idea of sharing your work too. The Somewhere community is made up of pioneers who are talking about their daily work lives, and making sense of our plans to create a professional network for the new way of work. Last and by no means least, we’d like to say a big thank you to everyone we met over the few days — the people who visited our booth, the speakers, and everyone we shared the two days with.

If you’re interested in learning more about Somewhere, then we’d love to hear from you. We’ll be in New York next week, Las Vegas for the Collision conference, and we’re ever-present in London too. Get in touch with Peter if you’d like to talk.

If your company is right for Somewhere, then we’d love to have you as part of our community too. Our special pioneers package is a great way to get started.

Companies are using Somewhere to amplify their brand, show our community of professionals what makes their company special, and, of course, to find the right people. Time and again at The Next Web we heard from companies who said that finding people was their biggest challenge, and finding the right people was the key to their success.

You can give your company a head start in finding the right people by joining here with our limited edition offer.

Or, if you’re interested in joining Somewhere, then we’d like to invite you to skip the queue and sign up here.

  • The team at Somewhere
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