Future Port 2020 Goes Virtual

Update (June 6, 2020) – we have finally decided not to run Future Port digitally this year and move the event to 2021. Here’s the full post.

April 22, 2020

The global tech community has responded to the current pandemic crisis with an enormous wave of altruistic initiatives and projects, using an exponential mindset and rapid prototyping to come up with innovative solutions practically overnight. 

This bluntly shows how exponential technologies and radical cooperation play a crucial role in a rapid response to such situations. And how making tech and digital literacy commonplace is of utmost importance among youth, adults, and businesses alike.

Future Port Prague started in 2017 with the vision to foster exactly that type of exchange to help everybody thrive in the future. We thus feel a great responsibility to contribute to the positive recovery from the crisis.

So instead of canceling our September 2020 event, we decided to take this chance to reinvent Future Port for the new world and transform it into a live interactive digital experience.

Watch, Martin Holecko, our founder, announcing this transformation:


We believe this is a great opportunity to focus on what matters the most – learning from the crisis, showing great examples of people and technologies that responded fast saving their business and others, and putting together a vision for a new world that can much better handle such crises.

If you want to know more or have already purchased a 2020 ticket, please, check out the FAQs.

We will be announcing more details about our virtual concept in May. Please stay informed via our newsletter and social media. 

Let’s make Future Port 2020 our most meaningful event ever.

Stay in touch & stay safe. Thank you for your support,

Your FPP team


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Published: 22. 4. 2020

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