First festival for industrial startups in Europe

This is a call for industrial disruptive innovators

IQS Tech Fest is the first festival for industrial startups in Europe. Here, we provide visibility to the new generation of innovatative startups; from underwater inspection robots, to wearable to detect epilepsy, protein design technologies, exoeskeletons, and 3D-printed protein-based meat.

If you are looking to connect with key industrial leaders, give visibility to your startup and take your venture to the next level, this is your festival. IQS Tech Fest is for startups with a functional prototype (TRL5) from the following sectors: health, energy and environment, chemistry, sports, food, consumer goods, wearables, new materials, automation or robotics.

“IQS Tech Fest is a unique opportunity to make connections and valuable synergies with key industrial leaders”

David Blánquez, CEO MJN Neuroserveis


Exhibition area

IQS Tech Fest will become the cradle of industrial entrepreneurship and you will be the main actor. Exhibit your technology in a virtual event to more than 1,200 attendees, investors, and explore synergies to boost your startup to the next level.


One-on-one meetings with key industry leaders

IQS Tech Fest is an event with a professional public such as heads of innovation, corporates, investors, industrial partners and distributors. With our networking tool you’ll be able to connect with all of them a few days ahead of the festival and set fruitful meetings.

+ 1.200

In 2018, IQS Tech Fest became the mecca of industrial entrepreneurship in Spain with over 1,200 attendees, third Trending Topic on Twitter and more than 20 media outlets who echoed the day to give visibility to the 40 exhibiting startups that could change the world.

+ 150
quality interactions
per startup

Last year IQS Tech Fest brought together the new generation of industrial startups at Antiga Fàbrica Estrella Damm. 40 exhibiting entrepreneurs established more than 150 interactions in a single day regarding their company and mapped their way to new agreements.