The Most important Tech events of 2015

A comprehensive preview of five of the main Tech events taking place across the months ahead in 2015.

 

The Big Data Innovation Summit (11-12 May)

Google, Barclays, Sony, British Gas, Microsoft, BP – the list of guest speakers from theThe Big Data Innovation Summit world’s biggest corporations is almost endless! The Big Data Innovation Summit, held in London, is the largest gathering of data & analytics experts leading Big Data initiatives. Offering open discussions, workshops and networking with industry leaders and a plethora of case studies from FTSE 100 companies the Summit is by far the most important executive-driven  event of its kind.

The Big Data Innovation Summit will cover the most important topics relevant to your business today:

  • Big Data: A Rich Flow of Revenue
  • Hadoop, R, NoSQL & Open Source Software
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Data Visualization
  • Big Data and Customer Engagement

Learn more at: theinnovationenterprise.com

 

 

International CES Asia (25-27 May)

International CES Asia serves as the pInternational CES Asiaremier event for the consumer technology industry, showcasing the full breadth and depth of innovation in the Asian marketplace. This year it takes place in Shanghai.

Key global businesses are coming to CES Asia to launch new products into the rapidly growing Asian marketplace. From tech powerhouses to innovative startups — manufacturers, developers and suppliers will debut products and create strong business relationships with new and existing industries.

The show features 14 product categories spanning the most influential consumer technology markets, including: Wearables, 3D Printing, Home Entertainment, Robotics and Health.

 

Learn more at: cesasia.cn

 

London Technology Week (15-21 June)

Described as ‘a showcase of British ingenuityLondon Technology Week‘, London Technology Week is a week of face-to-face events celebrating London’s global position as a hotbed of tech innovation, business successes, entrepreneurship and creative talent.

In 2014, more than 40,000 people from over 40 countries came together for 203 events held at venues across the capital. Events ranged from large international conferences to intimate workshops, face-to-face investor meetings, pitching competitions and hackathons, covering a huge variety of topics including gaming, big data, IT, wearables, education, music, sport, fashion, finance and science.

London Technology Week is unique in that no other festival of live events brings together as many domestic and international tech specialists and enthusiasts to London for such a variety of networking, social learning and business opportunities.

Learn more at: londontechnologyweek.co.uk

 

 

E3 (16-18 June)

E3 is the world’s premier trade show for compE3uter, video and mobile games and related products. At E3, the video game industry’s top talent pack the Los Angeles Convention Center, connecting tens of thousands of the best, brightest, and most innovative professionals in the interactive entertainment industry.

For three exciting days, leading-edge companies, groundbreaking new technologies and never-before-seen products will be showcased. E3 connects you with both new and existing partners and provides unprecedented exposure to emerging markets. E3 is where your evolution happens.

 

 

 

Learn more at: e3expo.com

 

Dublin Web Summit (4-6 November)

Falling at the end of the year, the Web Summit will bring down the cDublin Web Summiturtain on 2015, but still give attendees the chance for one final big win!

Run by Ci, the events company also responsible for F.ounders Dublin and F.ounders New York, the three day event attracted 22,000 attendees from 109 countries in 2014. Founder Paddy Cosgrave aims to bring together dynamic new start-ups, investors, and the biggest industry players to explore ways of working together on a diverse range of projects

 

 

Learn more at: websummit.net/

 

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