GuerrillaBuzz, a boutique growth marketing company, has partnered with TMRW Dubai 2023, a three-day event about innovations in the fields of crypto, blockchain, NFT, and other Web3 projects. Together, GuerillaBuzz and Tomorrow Conference will participate in shaping the technological landscape of the future.
Lasting from February 8 to February 10, Tomorrow Conference Dubai 2023 will feature 80 keynote speakers and take in 6,000 guests. Enthusiasts of cutting-edge industries like DeFi, AI, the metaverse, and others will get a first-hand glimpse into projects primed to propel decentralization into the mainstream.
Tomorrow Conference is riding on the coattails of their spectacular success at the 2022 event in Belgrade, Serbia. There, the organization enjoyed an attendance of 6,000 in-person guests, more than double the expected turnup. This has highlighted a great public interest in everything Web3 and has motivated TMRW to expand to other geographical markets.
GuerrillaBuzz is a local growth agency specializing in blockchain marketing and PR. It helps hyper-target their clients’ audiences through tactics like content marketing, organic community growth, and custom-tailored SEO optimization. Since 2018, GuerrillaBuzz has earned accolades from clients like Bancor, CoinGecko, and bit.com.
TMRW Dubai 2023 will take place in Festival Arena, Dubai Festival City. There, founders and members of MetaMetaverse, Tether Holdings, Cyber Gear, and many more will be available for discussions with guests.
The 2023 event will offer insight from some of the most fascinating innovators in the Web3 environment. For instance, Taylor Ryan (General Partner, Layer Three Ventures) will be giving out vital advice for successfully launching a blockchain startup. Alternatively, Sefy Tofan (CEO, Olympus Assets) will be sharing his ideas on how marketing, communities and Web3 intersect. Those interested in the concept of decentralization can catch Dr. Naveen Singh’s (CEO, Inery) presentation on the potential pain points in our migration from Web2 to Web3.
To learn more, read the original press release here.