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Nordic APIs Workshops

Amsterdam, Netherlands

12th June, Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel

We invite you to our 21st Nordic APIs event! This half-day workshop event will be held in Amsterdam, and it’s the perfect opportunity to evolve your API knowledge!

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We’ve written plenty about different API monetization models and monetizing your API using a freemium model in the past, but just as important is envisioning how your API might fit into your business model as a whole. Obviously, this is something that will differ hugely from company to company — in the case of a…

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