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Have you created a cutting edge product or service in or around wearable technology, AR & VR or iOT ?

Showcase what you’ve been working on in our Maker Zone.

Here at The Wearable Technology Show, we recognise how important it is for new businesses and start-ups to get their product or service in front of the right people – that’s why we’re offering you the opportunity to showcase what you’ve been working on to an audience of key buyers, press, retailers , distributors, and enterprise executives at this year’s show.

In 2017, more than 30 new products were launched at the event, attracting coverage from the BBC, Sky, Bloomberg, The Guardian and over 50 other media outlets.

And three of our start ups have been featured on Dragon's Den since 2014.

This is coverage you WON"T get anywhere else !

The opportunity to join over 100 companies at our event is open to anyone who is either a year one start-up, university innovation department or new product and service launch. To be considered to feature in our Innovation Zone please fill in the form below.

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