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Tech Open Air 2019

3-4 July 2019 | Berlin

In early July, just when summer brings out the best of Berlin, we’re headed to the Tech Open Air (TOA), Europe’s leading technology festival. We’d love to invite you on a journey to future-proof your businesses and your lives, as TOA calls it.
TOA Berlin


At the Tech Open Air in Berlin, in our Urbania City, we will showcase the digital future of cities in colloboration with the Daimler AG. As a VIP guest of T-Systems, you will have a complimentary and unique access to the festival – including an on-site tour with the TOA founders and a personalized agenda for you to navigate through all the excitement and thrill happening around you. We’ll also set up camp to host an interactive space for you in partnership with Daimler’s DigitalLife initiative. Together, we’ll explore the next generation of mobility and its significance for urban life. In addition, our Magenta Boat – your home away from home – offers a great selection of food and drinks. Here, you can meet peers in a relaxed atmosphere and participate in exclusive expert sessions, e.g. with “live hacker” Tobias Schroedel and the founder of the House of Beautiful Business, Tim Leberecht. We would be delighted if you could join us for a day or the full week at TOA in Berlin. We’re inviting a handpicked group of senior executives to this invitation-only experience, and it would be great to have you with us.

Innovative companies share their knowledge

More than 150 leading visionaries from music, art, tech and science wait for you at the TOA conference. The exhibition area covers 4000m2 and is packed with exhibitors presenting their latest projects. In workshops, it is possible to collaborate with peers and discuss trends and pressing topics in detail. Established companies and innovative startups are eager to share their knowledge and insights. The location at the Funkhaus Berlin is as remarkable as the event it hosts. The former East-German radio station boasts beautiful Bauhaus-style studios, hallways, and sound chambers.