Originally planned for June 4-5, 2020, Brain Bar, Europe’s biggest festival on the future, will now be held on September 18-19, 2020, at the Corvinus University of Budapest. But not only has the date changed, the planned program is also new, with the festival focusing on relaunching life and the economy after the crisis.
Brain Bar wants to help those attending navigate and adapt to the world after the coronavirus and – as usual – will bring top international experts and professionals to Budapest in September for this purpose.
Topics will include other global threats as well, including climate change, war risks, how startups can survive a crisis, the future of the European Union, and even how to get prepared for the next pandemic.
Of course, there will also be themes and professionals independent from the core topics, like French hoverboard inventor Franky Zapata and infamous Russian startup Promobot, maker of humanoid robots.
Students and educators can still attend the festival for free, but registration is required. Tickets already purchased are valid for the new date or can be redeemed until June 6, 2020.
In case the restrictions on big events remain in place in the autumn, the festival organizers are preparing a complete online solution so that those interested in the future will not be left without a Brain Bar experience this year.