Organisers of the Wearable Technology Show, which takes place at ExCel, London, on 15-16 March, said they are expecting 6,000 people to visit the event

Over 6,000 visitors expected at the Wearable Technology Show

Organisers of the Wearable Technology Show, which takes place at ExCel, London, on 15-16 March, said they are expecting 6,000 people to visit the event, an increase of more than 30% on 2015.

150 exhibitors will be on the Wearable Technology Show floor including Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, Jaguar Land Rover, Epson and Energenie – as well as pioneering new ventures in the Launch Pad.

The expo features five distinct areas dedicated to Healthcare and Technology, Innovation, Lifestyle, Connected Home, AR/VR, as well as the Swiss and Quebec Pavilions, which are new for 2016.

More than 40 products will be launched to the UK trade and media for the very first time, including a never before seen wearable from TomTom and applications for sports performance, health and wellbeing, lifestyle and enterprise.

Wearable Technology Show organisers also said that running alongside the expo is a nine-track conference featuring more than 250 top name speakers, including Adidas, Swarovski, Team Sky, TomTom, Fitbit, Walt Disney, British Gas, Barclaycard, Microsoft  and Glaxo Smith Kline.

The Wearable Technology Show will also host the third annual Wearables Awards on Tuesday 15t at the show’s Main Stage.

Wearable Technology Show COO John Weir, said: “2016 is going to be a record breaking year for the Wearable Technology Show and we promise visitors the richest of experiences in terms of educational content, inspirational products and ventures and peer to peer networking.

“We would like to extend our thanks to the support shown to us by the industry – we can’t wait to welcome our visitors to the show next Tuesday.”

To register for the Wearable Technology Show, click here.



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