LONDON — “If you are excited by the potential of connected technology, you need to be at the Wearable Technology Show,” relates show organizers, talking about their event coming to the Business Design Centre in London, England, on March 10-11, 2020.
“We’re expecting over 5,000 visitors and more than 80 exhibitors to come to the show, and for U.S. companies, it’s the perfect show to launch products into Europe, given our proven track record in attracting press, retailers and distributors to the show,” it notes.
The conference program, show managers write, “Is generally acknowledged to be the best of any wearable show anywhere.
“It offers opportunities for our partners to get involved in the conversation in front of a knowledgeable audience, including dedicated tracks for smart textiles, performance sports and artificial intelligence,” it adds.
“We’re delighted to bring the Wearable Technology Show back to London for its seventh great year. The show is now firmly established as the leading innovation event for wearables, IOT, AR/VR and digital health,” show managers say.
Some of those visitors expected at the event, organizers indicate, “Include companies like British Airways, IKEA, Rolls Royce, Amazon, PC World, Astra Zeneca, Samsung, Virgin, Barclays, Allianz, and SAP are already confirmed to attend, as well as retailers, buyers and a host of enterprise companies looking to deploy wearable technology.”