Spark Fest is the annual community conference hosted by The Spark Project. It’s the only conference that brings together under one roof people from the world of startups, social good, and creative capital. It’s a space for inspired learning and meaningful interaction with creative founders, thought leaders, and fellow entrepreneurs. Attendees leave the conference not only inspired but ready to take their creative ventures to the next level.
Spark Fest brings together a mix of well established creative founders as well as up-and-coming ones we think you should know about. With a new format, and exciting topics. This year you’ll get to listen to the likes of, Anna Oposa of Save Philippine Seas, Paulo Canivel of Felipe and Sons, and Jacque Gutierrez of Happy Skin, as they talk about how they’re making their mark in their respective industries. Learn from Dan Matutina, Creative Director of Plus 63, as he helps you design brand identities for your business. And from a panel of awesome Spark Project Alumni, as they share how you too can be successful in crowdfunding you startup. And whole lot more.
Ready yourself for a full day, 25+ insightful speakers, 3 plenary sessions, 3 breakout tracks, 9 breakout sessions, 200 entrepreneurial minds, and a notebook packed with hundreds of fresh ideas and contacts.
Speakers and sessions may change without prior notice.
Shall you let another year pass? Time to make 2018 count. Imagine the possibilities and opportunities that can open up for you and your dream project by being at Spark Fest, this year. Tickets are limited and will run out. Be sure to secure your slot.
We are in good company.
We’re joined by fellow creative startup entrepreneurs and enablers. Catch them at the Spark Main Festival all throughout the day.
Spark Fest is the perfect place for you to reach your market. We’re looking for exhibitors and event partners. Email us at email@example.com to learn how.
We’d like you to meet one of the creative entrepreneurs we look up to, Carlo Buenaflor, CEO of Bigg’s Diner. Watch how he was able to cook up his recipe for success through digital tools.
Watch video here