The Wearable Technologies Conference Europe is coming up fast and will be hosted at the same time as the ISPO MUNICH, the leading sports business trade show. Last year more than 81,000 people from over 109 countries visited the ISPO in Munich. From January 26 to 29, exhibitors from around the world will be presenting everything sports-related – from footwear to performance sports – on more than 100,000 sqm of exhibition area.
Ubergizmo is a media partner of the Wearable Technologies Conference, and Ubergizmo readers will get a 20% discount on the registration fee on this page by using the uebergizmo_WT discount code. This code will be valid from Dec. 05 9am (CET) to Dec. 12 2013 9am (CET).
Hear about and see the future of wearable technologies
With conferences on three continents and more than 1,000 attendees, 2013 has been an amazing year. In Munich the original Wearable Technologies Conference Europe will offer two days (January 27 and 28) of exciting new technologies, case studies, and experts. In short, the complete value chain will be present.
On an extra exhibition area of roughly 3,000 sqm around the conference venue, reserved only for wearable technologies novelties, attendees can speak to pioneers of this rapidly evolving, billion-Dollar market and get their hands on the newest wearables.
Since 2006 Wearable Technologies Conferences have been the leading events, showcasing cutting-edge innovation, focusing on decision makers, experts and developers from commerce, production and research, in particular from the fields of Health, Wellness, Active Life, Lifestyle Computing, Communication, Security/Safety, and Fashion. These unique events aim to encourage a dialogue between the respective industries to bring forward new solutions and applications for a rapidly growing target group. Attendees experience the most comprehensive line-up of technology innovations, discuss the latest trends, and meet thought leaders as well as new start-ups in this area. But convince yourself and take a look at our conferences in 2013.
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