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Strategically located in the heart of Europe, ICT Spring Europe gathers more than 3,500 visitors from all over the world: CEOs, CIOs, startups, e-Marketers, tech decision-makers, VCs, economic and technology press, government authorities, municipalities, etc. The place “Where Corporates Meet Startups” has just unveiled on its website (www.ictspring.com) the first headliners expected for the occasion: Biz Stone (Twitter), Trip Hawkins (Electronic Arts), Laura Yecies (SugarSync), Peter Sondergaard (Gartner), and Brian Stevens (Red Hat), among others. This year’s key topics include Mobile Opportunities, Digital Content, B2B Revolution, IP in IT, Internet of Everything, Social Networks, Gaming: Beyond Entertainment, Lifestyle Revolutions, Financial Systems, Mobile Payments, and Leading Action Security.

> Registration and information: www.ictspring.com

ICT Spring Europe is a two days event that brings together the latest ICT technologies and solutions available on the market, entirely dedicated to innovation, in an interactive, enriching and convivial atmosphere. It is not surprising therefore that the conference is organized in Luxembourg, a place with state-of-the-heart ICT infrastructure, highly skilled multilingual workforce, easy access to decision-makers, stable and business-orientated regulatory framework, and high quality of life. ICT Spring Europe is definitively the best framework for companies and organizations wishing to improve their international network or brand awareness, for those who want to be at the very heart of business trends to generate new leads.

Business sectors in the innovation area will be represented through 150 established companies working as partners, researchers or investors. Moreover, 120 startups will be selected to take part in the exhibition at no charge and promote their innovations: a unique opportunity for young companies through the visibility offered by the event and the presence of incubators and investors from all around the world.

Not only ICT Spring Europe showcases the latest innovations at one of the most interesting conferences on the European agenda, it also partners up with its sponsors, developing marketing campaigns and efficient tools for them: international PR and direct marketing campaigns, meetings with journalists, networking and dining solutions, and various sponsoring packages tailored to any budget and ambition.

On the occasion of the event, companies and professionals will be rewarded for their contribution to the ICT community’s development. The European ICT Awards aim at rewarding the best practices in the ICT field. 3 awards are opened to candidacies which will be evaluated by a selected jury: European CIO of the Year, European Startup of the Year and European ICT Innovation of the Year. The ICT Spring 2013 Advisory Board will select 100 European CIOs, ICT media & bloggers, marketing managers from the European ICT sector and universities as jury members for the nominees’ selection. The voting process will be controlled electronically with secure links and independent supervision. Details, key deadlines and conditions to participate as a jury member can be found at www.ictspring.com.

Winners will be announced during the European ICT Awards Dinner, a seated dinner ceremony organised for 1,000 ICT influential persons on the first evening of the show, 19th June. As part of the worldwide ICT community, the ultimate goal of ICT Spring Europe is to encourage emulation and networking between CIOs, innovation managers, startups, researchers and venture capitalists on a European scale. That is why the first day of the fair will end with the European ICT Awards Dinner and Ceremony.

> Registration and information: www.ictspring.com

Source: ICT Spring / farwest

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