Category Archives: Tradeshows & Events

PDF Day Australia

PDF Day Australia

It’s not long now until PDF day in Australia – 4 days to be precise as it falls this year on 25th November. Scheduled to be held in Sydney at the Canon Information Systems Research Australia (CiSRA) HQ, the day is staged by the PDF Association and designed to assist those to whom PDFs are an integral part of business understand the ISO-standardised technology. This will include CIOs, electronic content policymakers and document management experts.

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IP Expo

Technology Trade Shows Coming Up in October 2015

IP Expo

October 7-8, 2015

ExCel London

This year’s IP Expo in Europe is due to take place in London on 7-8 October and presents 6 events under one roof;
•    Cloud & Infrastructure Europe
•    Cyber Security Europe
•    Data Centre Europe
•    Data Analytics Europe
•    DevOps Europe
•    Unified Communications Europe

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Technology Trade Shows Coming Up in July 2015

IT Showcase Live Leicester

July 7

King Power Stadium, Filbert Way, Leicester LE2 7FL


IT Showcase Live takes place this month in Leicester at the King Power Stadium, and like all the shows run by IT Showcase, it is free to attend with the option to register for tickets online beforehand here.

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SITS 2015

Technology Trade Shows Coming Up in June 2015

The IT Service Management Show (SITS)

June 3-4

Olympia, London
9:30-5 (last admission 4pm both days)

Over 4000 professionals will be in residence at SITS 2015, the UK’s trade only leading exhibition and conference for ITSM professionals, including Accenture, Dell Software, HP, LabTech and ZenDesk amongst many others.

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The Business Show 2015

Technology Trade Shows Coming Up in May 2015

The Business Show 2015

May 13-14

ExCel, London

Free to attend, The Business Show has been organised to help businesses progress to the next level, by offering opportunities for peer-to-peer mentoring and networking across a wide cross-section of industries.

If you’re interested in attending the show, you can order your free tickets online.

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Technology Trade Shows Coming Up in April 2015

Digital Hollywood Spring – 2015

April 27-30

Ritz Carlton Hotel, Marina del Rey, California

The summit for anyone interested in the world of digital media, Digital Hollywood Spring 2015 is being held at the prestigious Ritz Carlton Hotel in Marina del Ray, California this year and will cover a wide range of strategic sessions over the 3 days, including The Power of YouTube, Broadcasting without Borders and Native & Contextual Strategies: From Youtube & Facebook Programming and OTT Delivery to Mobile.

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Technology Trade Shows Coming Up in March 2015

Mobile World Congress 2015

March 2-5

Fira Gran Via, Barcelona, Spain

7:30-22:00 (different halls have different opening times, see times page for further details)

Mobile World Congress 2015 is the show to attend for the most-up-date information in the industry! Spread across 8 pavilions and zones, each focused on a different aspect of mobility in the world today, the information and networking opportunities presented are invaluable.

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Technology Trade Shows Coming Up in February 2015

IT Showcase Live

February 10, 2015
Old Trafford, Manchester, UK


Free to attend when you register online in advance, the first IT Showcase live show of 2015 kicks off at Old Trafford, Manchester on February 10th.  This event is for any business looking for software solution to match their complex needs, in a range of industries including construction, manufacturing, accounting and distribution.

Two other shows – the Green Building Roadshow and the Green Facilities Roadshow, will be co-located alongside IT Showcase Live.

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Technology Trade Shows Coming Up in January 2015

International CES 2015

January 6-9, 2015

Las Vegas, NV (variety of locations across the city)


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NAB Las Vegas

Tradeshow Recap – NAB Las Vegas 7-10 April

An amazing 98,000 visitors attended The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show held at the Las Vegas Convention Centre, with the 4 day event bringing together some of the biggest names in electronic media and entertainment, exploring this constantly changing industry and providing the latest ideas from content creation, management, commerce, delivery and distribution and finally consumption.


Gordon Smith, the NAB President and CEO opened the eagerly anticipated event, with the cast of Everybody Loves Raymond including Ray Romano and the show’s creator Phil Rosenthal taking to the stage as part of the Television Luncheon to discuss the challenges faced in its early years as well as the huge success of the show, as they accepted induction to the NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame. Insight was also provided into the extensive work and challenges involved in the production of the recent Sochi Winter Olympics, with discussions involving representatives from CBC Television, NBC Sports Group, the Olympic Broadcasting Services, TV 2 Norway and Sports Video Group on their undertakings to enable global coverage of the event.


Further awards took place on Day 2 with Steve Harvey, radio and TV personality and bestselling author also inducted into the NAB Hall of Fame.  A key focus of the day was the Future of Broadcasting, with Cloud and Net Neutrality also covered.  Amazon Web Services’ Mark Ramberg presented on the use of Cloud technology for meeting the demands of anytime anywhere content delivery across all devices, as well as uses of the technology in film and broadcast production.  With the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposed new rulings on net neutrality, World Without Rules – Is this the End of the Open Internet? proved an interesting discussion, with the pros and cons of the changes proposed and implications to the industry covered.


A wealth of stars attended NAB 2014, Norm MacDonald of Saturday Night Live fame and known for his writing, producing and acting roles, together with comedian, producer and director Tom Green, and Criss Angel renowned magician and illusionist, accompanied Cali Lewis of GeekBeat TV in a lively discussion entitled NewTek Presents: Broadcast Minds, exploring the innovative ways in which loyal online audiences can be built along with commercial success, including the production of quality shows specifically created for online consumption.


Additional super sessions included a chance to learn more about the massive internet hit Camp Takota, with a feature in Filmmaking in the Age of YouTube, with its stars Grace Helbig and Mamri Hart and producer Michael Goldfine reflecting on the methods used to create, market and distribute this online comedy success which took third place in the iTunes Independent Movie Chart.


The Arc@des, ATSC Technology Pavilion, Connected Media World, Studio Experience and Futures Park provided the ideal opportunity to showcase the latest industry developments, with the Startup Loft and Sprockit areas focussing on newly created and market-ready businesses.


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