The Wuerzburg Web Week (WUEWW) is a series of events that bring together organisations and individuals from the Main-Franconia region who are involved or interested in digital transformation: businesses, schools, universities, networks, associations as well as members of the public.
What makes the Wuerzburg Web Week different? Anyone and everyone can host an event as part of the WUEWW programme.
Entrepreneurs, employees, students, members of the public – the Wuerzburg Web Week brings them all together. Comprising events ranging from talks, workshops and conferences through to BarCamps and meetups, the WUEWW provides an opportunity to discuss how digital innovation is transforming the communities in which we live and work. The Wuerzburg Web Week is also a great opportunity for students to build networks and meet potential employers.
The 2020 Wuerzburg Web Week
The Web Week scheduled for April 2020 had to be postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. Please continue to visit this page for updates.
To sign up for events organised by the Career Centre as part of the WUEWW programme, go to the WueStudy portal.
Who is organising the Wuerzburg Web Week?
The Wuerzburg Web Week is organised by the Würzburg AG, supported by the Gründen@Würzburg network, the ZDI Zentrum für Digitale Innovationen Mainfranken centre, the IT-Netzwerk Würzburg-Mainfranken network and digital event organiser Ute Mündlein.
Hubert Aiwanger, Bavarian State Minister of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy and Deputy Bavarian Prime Minister, has been appointed patron of the 3rd Wuerzburg Web Week.