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When did this happen?? Obviously, while we were busy working on organizing various events, spreading the word about all things Split and tech, and supporting the Split Tech City community any way we knew how.
It seems that time flew since we glanced back at the first three months of 2023, so let’s see what we were up to in April, May, and June!
It always makes us happy when we welcome new members! 😀
Volunteers were active, but so were the Split Tech City members: Harfa International School organized the first edition of their meetup “Education for the Future”, so we shared a word or two about that.
This month’s edition of the “Locals’n’Nomads” meetup was also Hack4Split-themed!
April was concluded by focusing on May – more precisely all the events that were about to happen in Split during that month. And there were more than a few!
May – the month of events, we can say! Many events took place, and we added a few of our own to that already substantial list, but nevertheless, we managed to give all those events enough attention by announcing them and also sharing an overview afterward for all those who missed them.
And it was easy to miss some of them because life does happen, and you can’t be in many places at once. 😉
So, shall we go over May in a list? Let’s do that!
While we were busy with events, our volunteer writers were busy sharing a few different things: the story of Split Nomad Gallery, the dangers of using TikTok for things you should talk to medical professionals about, the shift from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0, how NFTs can boost your career, and the inspirational young minds that are part of Neutroni Association.
In May we also announced the Green Future Conference, the fact STup! startup competition is accepting applications, as well as shared the report about the State of Adria Tech which was composed by our partners from Silicon Gardens.
Did we miss anything? We hope not – May was a lot. 🙂
June brought us a variety of different news and events. Green Future Conference concluded and was another great success, and – to keep the event buzz going – we announced the second Women In Tech meetup of 2023.
If you wish to share yours – you know where to find us!
Women In Tech was awesome, but it wasn’t the only meetup in June as Split Tech City members have become very active (We love this!) – so much so that all their meetups required a separate overview to help you keep track of the activities in Split’s tech community.
Our volunteers got typing again and brought you insights on the graphic design scene in Split, hustle culture, quantum computing, and NFTs becoming mainstream. And we also managed to share the first of many stories of international students in Split.
The biggest party in June was the “Locals’n’Nomads” second birthday which we celebrated with the wonderful people of STup! international university startup competition that was organized this year as part of the University Green Digital HUB project.
Our happiness metrics are – and always will be – new connections that happen at all the meetups, successes of the Split Tech City community, and the overall steady growth of our little Mediterranean Tech Hub.
That being said, it’s always a good thing to take a look at the cold and hard numbers. Here’s what they look like for the second three months of 2023 compared to this same time in 2022:
the number of visitors to our website grew by 10,5%, while the number of views grew by 11% and the amount of time spent on the Split Tech City website increased by 15,2%.
That sounds like a good thing, right? 🙂