SxTech EU 2023: Fifth edition set for 24-26 October in Berlin

sxtech eu 2023

The fifth edition of SxTech EU, the annual retail and startup-focused sextech conference, is set to take place on October 24-26, 2023 at the Monopol venue in Berlin.

Speakers and conference subjects for the event are yet to be announced. It has previously showcased many sextech startup firms, covered themes such as femtech, and has featured appearances from sex robots such as RealDoll’s Harmony model.

The 2022 SxTech EU event took place in Berlin’s Nåpoleon Komplex venue. Speakers booked for that bash included Anna Lee, CEO and designer of the Lioness vibrator brand, Soumyadip Rakshit, MysteryVibe’s CEO and co-founder, and Paulita Pappel, filmmaker and founder of the ‘real couples’ porn site Lustery.

Like recent incarnations of the event, Sxtech EU 2023 is expected to be an in-person/online hybrid conference. It costs €89 for a ‘regular’ ticket, with different ticket tiers on sale at the SxTech EU website.

As well as talks, adult content screenings, and sextech product showcases, previous conferences have included industry networking ‘speed dating’, art showcases, and live performances.

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SxTech EU 2023
Sxtech EU 2023
Tuesday 24 October, 2023 – Thursday 26 October, 2023
Online/Berlin Hybrid Event, , , , Germany
An €89 ticket includes:
Conference access
Expo access & Business Lounge Access
Augmented & Immersive Entertainment Area Access
SX TECH Adult Cinema Program
Artist Program
Alternative Fashion & Arts Area Access

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Jamie F

Jamie F

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