WebBusiness focused shows, summits, and exhibitions are not only are stimulative for intellect, and broaden the horizons for your daily brain-pumps. In fact, by participation in entrepreneurship focused events you can make new acquaintances and start developing relationships with business new-comers, succeeding start-ups, or big-name corporations.
So when and where you should make an appearance in the nearest half year ?
3rd-5th of November 2015 – Web Summit in Dublin – it’s an event considered one of the best technology conferences in the world with almost 30 thousand attendants from over 100 countries already registered , incl. 1 thousand of speakers. The event is organized since 2010. This year topics are: Internet of Things and digital marketing. Guest speakers include John Scully – former CEO of Apple. Early stage start-ups can register in “Alpha Program” and be selected for free exhibition.
11th -12th of November 2015 – Slush in Helsinki – the event and its merits have been described in one of my previous posts. It gathers many industries such as entertainment, gaming, or education.
17th – 19th of November 2015 – 4YFN (4 Years From Now) at Smart City Expo World Congress (SCEWC) in Barcelona. 4YFN this time will set up a village at event expected to gather over 10 thousand of smart city enthusiasts. Over 400 cities from over 80 countries are expected to be present at SCEWC this year.4YFN events focus on future trends, future technologies, future industries, and future companies of course.
18th – 21st of January 2015 – World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi – event for future energy and clean technologies enthusiasts, especially small businesses. Already 650 companies from 41 countries confirmed participation in the exhibition part, and over 32 thousands guests are expected in total.
14th – 17th of March 2016 – Global Entrepreneurship Congress in Medellin – the next edition of GEC will take place in Colombian “City of Eternal Spring”. Event is focused on nurturing entrepreneurship as an ecosystem, as its organized by Global Entrepreneurship Network and the Kauffman Foundation. Richard Branson was one of the speakers in previous editions.
16th of March 2016 – SME World Summit 2016 in Dubai – probably the biggest event for Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) in the region, incl. presentation of region’s business road-map, and business niches in which start-ups and SMEs may fit. 3 thousands of attendees are expected.
7th of April 2016 – SME EXPO 2016 in Nairobi – theme of the next year edition is “Innovative Solutions to Boost SME Revenue Growth”. Workshops on cash flow management and technology solutions for SMEs are planned. One of the speakers will be Dorcas Muthoni, who established Openworld Ltd at the age of 24. Openworld’s solutions are used by Government of Kenya.
21st -22nd of April 2016 – Business Rocks in Manchester – over 5 thousands attendees, incl. 300 exhibitors are expected to discuss drones, robotics, wearables, Internet of Things, and more.
So which event are you going to hit?