Five Tech Events for your Diary February 2016
Crunchies Awards, 8th February, San Francisco
Hosted by technology news giant Techcrunch and known as “The Oscars of Startups and Technology,” The Crunchies Awards seeks to give recognition to and celebrate the most innovative startups and technology advancements of the year. The ceremony presents awards across interesting categories including “Best New Startup,” “Fastest Rising Startup,” “Biggest Social Impact” and “Founder of the Year.” Followed by a large after party and with a starry list of startup finalists including Uber, Slack and Citymapper, the event promises to offer insight into newcomers to watch and great entrepreneurial achievements in the realm of Tech.
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Lift Conference, 10th-12th February, Geneva
This month, Geneva is to stage one of Europe’s most important presentations of innovation and digital technology where the world’s greatest speakers will come together to inspire us. The event will also feature plenty of interactive workshops, interactive media exhibitions and prototypes to try. Helping organisations identify core challenges and innovative ways to overcome them, this even it not to be missed! Follow Lift Conference on Twitter to keep posted!
TED 2016, 15th-19th February, Vancouver Canada
Hosted in Vancouver, TED 2016 promises to inspire us. This year’s theme is “Dream!” and is heralded by the organisers as “a conference dedicated to great feats of imagineering, invention, innovation … and the courageous dreamers who can bring us with them on their journey.”
With an intriguing list of speakers from a diverse range of fields including music, art and medicine, make sure to peep through this annual window of thought and inspiration on their Youtube channel if you can’t make it to the West Coast of Canada this month.
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Wisdom 2.0, 20th-22nd February, San Francisco
Wisdom 2.0 is a conference that unites professionals from creative and reflective backgrounds such as academics, wellness coaches and entrepreneurs with technologists and business professionals. Through the merging of the mind and technology, the conference strives to find ways to make the world a better place by addressing “the great challenge of our age: to not only live connected to one another through technology, but to do so in ways that are beneficial to our own well-being, effective in our work, and useful to the world.” The event promises to inspire.
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Disruptive Technologies and Innovation Summit, 22nd-23rd February, Ramada, Berlin
DTIM is an event that will show businesses how they can be more strategic in choosing software for their organisation. Finding that there is often a negative correlation between success and a willingness to use technologies, the conference’s speaker panel comes from a background in innovation management and technology expertise, no doubt all ready to share highly useful information with managers and CEOs.
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