Web Summit: Lisbon 2020
2 to 5 November
This year over 70,000 people will come to Lisbon for Web Summit. We’ll be joined by the CEOs and founders of the world’s biggest companies, the most promising new startups, influential investors, and leading journalists.
We live in uncertain times for tech and business. At Web Summit, we welcome the people who are tackling the big challenges facing industry today. Our stages cover topics ranging from deep tech and data science, to design and environmental sustainability.
Web Summit is the world’s largest gathering of international journalists, attracting more than 2,500 global journalists from publications including Bloomberg, Financial Times, Forbes, CNN, CNBC, and the Wall Street Journal.
Visit the website: websummit.com
Sydney is Australia's most populous city and home to close on 4.5 million people, and about 1.5 million people who were born overseas, so you'll love how cosmopolitan and rich the cultural opportunities are. From food, to fashion, to entertainment you have a multi-cultural masterpiece at your feet. Tourists can spend weeks in Sydney, but if you only have a few hours or days, be sure not to miss, the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, The Rocks, Taronga Zoo, shopping along the Pitt Street Mall and the beauty of the Queen Victoria Building.
Handmade Silk ties for work and pleasure.
Some of the best ties in the world, are made by hand, at Rochefort Ties, a Sydney gentleman's fashion house of international renown. Hand-made, made-to-measure suits, jackets and tousers are also available, along wih a bespoke collection of garments for both men and women.
Over 13,000 fish and aquatic attractions.
Sydney's public aquarium, right in the hear of the city, is a perfect day out for tourists and residents. Fourteen themed zones, include the world's largest Great Barrier Reef display, a child-friendly, touch-feel-discover Rockpool, Sharks, Turtles and a Bay of Rays. Penguins, exotic fish, jellyfish and sharks, all in environmentally-friendly, displays.