WT | WEARABLE TECHNOLOGIES IS AUSTRALIA'S #1 CONFERENCE TO MEET KEY INDUSTRY PLAYERS, DISCOVER NEW PRODUCTS, AND LEARN HOW WEARABLES WILL BE INTEGRATED INTO OUR PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL LIVES IN THE FUTURE.
Since 2006, WT has been running Conferences in Europe, North America and Asia, with over 30,000 technology leaders attending their events.
After its successful Australian launch in 2017, WT | Wearable Technologies will be back for it's third year in Australia - continuing our goal of proactively creating an intelligent wearables and Internet of Things global landscape.
WT | Wearable Technologies provides an essential forum for key opinion leaders, investors, decision makers and innovators that are looking at ways to enhance their current wearable applications as well as roll-out wearables within their respective industries and organisations.
This is a unique opportunity for all the players in the wearable market to display thought leadership in the space, align with global wearable technology brands and connect with organisations actively seeking wearable technology solutions.
WT | Wearable Technologies Conferences have been running worldwide since
attracting over 30,000 delegates to their events.
Delegates made up of the key players in the wearable technology industry
Gain valuable connections by networking with the drivers and doers of the wearable technology ecosystem
Be part of Australia’s largest wearable technology event
Receive high quality knowledge, inspiration and current market insights from global speakers
Create high quality leads for your business via networking with the Australian wearable technology ecosystem
Opportunity to connect with international media and press
What brands can you expect to see at WT | Wearable Technologies.
Who should attend?
Some of the Job Titles from the Wearable Ecosystem in attendance:
Head of Digital
Strategy & Development
“We even connect with competitors here at the WT | Wearable Technologies Conference as all that matters is the technology and learning how to be and get better.”
Director of Product Management, Polar