Step Saudi 2020 is coming to your screens this November!

2020-11-20 15:55:25 GMT (

Step Saudi 2020 is coming to your screens this November! Organised by the team behind Step Conference, Saudi's Leading Online Tech & Startup Conference will bring together the Kingdom’s best entrepreneurs, creatives, and digital enthusiasts.

The last edition of Step Saudi featured 4 content tracks, more than 100 startups, and 1500+ attendees. 

Startup founders, investors, digital enthusiasts, creatives and more will be attending Step Saudi 2020 with KSA-based startups and startups interested in the KSA market showcasing across Fintech, Digital Media, AI, Transport, E-commerce, and Foodtech.


Over 60+ industry leaders and government entities are participating on the Live Stage to tackle different topics across 4 content tracks: Step Start, Step Digital, Step X and Step Money.

The speaker line-up keeps getting richer with top speakers from the ecosystem including Salman T. Jaffrey, Chief Investment Officer at Saudi Aramco Entrepreneurship Ventures; Amal Ali Dokhan, CEO at Global Entrepreneurship Network Saudi; Dr. Abdullah Alaraj, Chairman of Board at Riyadh Angel Investors; Christopher Schreoder of Next Billion Ventures; and more. Check the speaker announcements here!

Startups will be participating as part of the online Startup Basecamp, the Flagship Pitch Competition, Mentor’s Corner, Mentor Circles, and Investor Meetings.

If you’re a startup, you can apply to showcase now!

Your Step Saudi 2020 ticket gives you access to 20+ hours of premium content from Saudi's leading entrepreneurs, VCs, CEOs, government leaders, and more. Buy your tickets with this special 30% discount code: (EconomiesStep) here before prices increase!


More details can be found here and stay tuned on Step’s channels for updates!

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