Where the IoT means Business

How could IoT transform your business model? What are the key investment opportunities? How can you demonstrate ROI in IoT? Who are the companies you’ve never heard of that will change the world? How can large companies and startups partner effectively? Who can solve your business challenges?

If you’re serious about the challenges and opportunities IoT presents your business, join us at the one of the world’s best IoT conferences (as voted by Postscapes, 2015).

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Speakers

Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino

Founder, Designswarm

Alex is an interaction designer, product designer & entrepreneur based in London. She was named 1st in a list of 100 IoT Influencers (Postscapes, 2016), 2nd in Top 100 IoT Thought Leaders (Onalytica, 2014) and in the Top 100 Influencial Tech Women on Twitter (Business Insider, 2014).

Tony Kypreos

CEO, Dupl

Tony is CEO of Dupl, focused on preventative health and fitness. Dupl gives context and empathy to biometric sensor data via communication, content delivery and evidence based sports psychology for sustainable motivation.

Rob Milner

Head of Connectivity, Cambridge Consultants

Rob is Head of Connectivity at Cambridge Consultants, a product development firm and the world’s largest independent wireless development group.

Hugo Fiennes

CEO & Co-Founder, Electric Imp

Hugo Fiennes is CEO and Co-founder of Electric Imp, a global platform provider for secure Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity and application middleware.

Pilgrim Beart

Founder, DevicePilot

Pilgrim Beart is CEO of DevicePilot, a service which enables connected-product companies to scale-up quickly without escalating costs by taking care of the management of their devices.

Daniel Clarke

Future Digital Programme Manager, Cambridgeshire County Council

Dan works on the Smart Cambridge programme on behalf of Cambs County Council, Cambridge City Council, South Cambs District Council, University of Cambridge and the Local Enterprise Partnership.

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Why come to IoT 17?

You will meet the people who are doing things, not talking about things, in the Internet of Things.

People who are serious about innovating business models, about understanding the problems that IoT can solve and building a business out of solving them.

If you want to know what works, where the opportunities are, and how to deal with the challenges that face the market, then join us at the Internet of Things Forum for two days of thoughtful talks, great connections, exhibits, live demonstrations, stimulating ideas, real world case studies, with a focus on helping you understand how the Internet of Things will change your business.

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'I genuinely felt the conference was excellent: I met a lot of useful people, and I enjoyed the pitches and panels.'

Alex Van Someren, Amadeus Capital

'well paced, varied and interesting and I particularly appreciated the non-tech focus.'

Amyas Philips, ARM

'like a big cauldron of innovation waiting to pop out a bubble of a new business venture - amazing :)'

Andy Stanford Clark, IBM