Connected World 2018
Connected World Summit & AI Tech World returns to Printworks, London on the 25th & 26th of September to once again showcase the most cutting-edge innovations in some of the most exciting and fastest-growing emerging tech sectors.
Widely celebrated as Europe’s premier festival of connectivity, the event boasts industry-leading summits covering Connected Cities, Connected Homes, Blockchain, IoT Security, 5G technology, Connected Buildings, Connected Cars, VR/AR, as well as the co-located AI Tech World.
Connected World Summit will provide an interactive and innovative platform that reveals the latest IoT connectivity, security and interoperability smart products that will enhance the productivity and efficiency of UK businesses.
Over the two-day event, more than 200 of the world’s most prominent authorities will take to the stage in a schedule of insightful seminars, inspirational case studies, interactive panel discussions, influential round table meetings, and more. If that wasn’t enough, 60 of the most innovative suppliers on the planet will showcase their latest breakthroughs.
A move to a unique new venue in 2018 – Printworks, SE16 – will also give Connected World the canvas to create a more innovative and superior event experience befitting of the tech industry. This includes the incorporation of some of London’s best street food and drink vendors being provided by the award-winning Kerb.
The event’s reputation for attracting only the most progressive and forward-thinking professionals makes tickets for Connected World Summit 2018 some of the most sought-after in the whole tech event sector.
Founder of Connected World, Mark Johnstone, said: “Connected World is designed with UK businesses in mind. Everything from the agenda and workshops to the product demos and roundtable meetings are designed so that the most relevant and practical concepts can be taken away and incorporated into a business’ day-to-day,” he said.
The show’s rapid growth is reflected in the quantity of key decision makers from the world’s most recognisable organisations who walk through the doors each year. The 2017 event drew over 2,000 of these influential professionals – a one-third increase on the previous year!
The 2018 show is expected to follow suit and carry on attracting more forward-thinking delegates as word spreads across Europe. This trend is supported by record registrations, which are already three times higher than at the same point last year.
“A lot of professionals don’t realise how affordable and scalable these technologies actually are, and only after attending do they realise the impact these increasingly influential innovations can have on their business not just in the future, but today,” Johnstone added.
Those lucky enough to get their hands on one of the limited number of tickets will be treated to a festival of technology, innovation and some of the most valuable networking opportunities of the year.
And with packages designed to give the visitor greater control over what they get out of the event, tickets are expected to sell out fast, so register for your ticket today on the Connected World & AI Tech World website.