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Press registration 2020

A press badge provides access to The Wearable Technology Show, AVR360 and The Digital Health Technology Show. You can access the exhibition hall, Hackfest, Awards and our 9 conference tracks.

Press accreditation is reserved for editors, reporters, producers, camera crews, still photographers and industry analysts.

If you are not a credentialed journalist or industry analyst, please register here as a general attendee.

To complete your registration, please complete the form below.

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The Pitch

Calling all wearable technology entrepreneurs !!

If you are looking for investment, then get involved in the Wearable Start Up Conference on the 10 & 11th March 2015. It is an amazing opportunity to meet crowdfunders, institutional investors and a host of other businesses eager to help grow your business.

We are looking for start-ups, entrepreneurs and graduates with good prototypes/ideas who can pitch their breakthrough business concepts, products, properties and services to our panelists. The Pitch will allow you to get unrivalled advice and help, and the selected projects will also have the opportunity of presenting to our audience at the show.

To apply, please email: lisa.doerr@edpltd.co.uk


PAID TRACKS
Free TRACKS

Wearables market to grow by 15 by 2023

According to market research firm Technavio, wearables are expected to see a compound annual growth rate of around 15 percent between 2019 and 20...read more

The Fitbit you can’t buy on your own

Fitbits new fitness tracker is reportedly the companys cheapest yet, but you’ll need company to get one. Or rather be in one, because the...read more

Hearables set to revolutionise personal audio market

A new report from Juniper Research has found that there will be an estimated 417 million hearables in use by 2022. The report said that more than...read more

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