Ready for summer? Before you close your laptop and hit the beach, check out what’s been trending in the world of events so far. We took a look at the world’s most social tech events 2015, first half of the year. The events we’ve selected are determined by the amount of engagement in content sharing and social networking. Without further ado, here they are:
TechCrunch Disrupt was a three-day, single-track conference and startup competition to immerse the audience in the debate about what’s changing in technology, what’s caused it and what we need to do about it to survive and thrive in real time.
The world craves quality content. Attendees representing every sector of the industry were there. Broadcast, Digital Media, Film, Entertainment, Telecom, Post-Production, Education, Houses of Worship, Advertising, Military/Government, Retail, Security, Sports, IT and more converged in Las Vegas for six days to feed the need of next-generation content.
Engineers from Facebook, Parse and Instagram shared what they’ve learned and where they’re headed. They dug into details to help professionals build faster, reach more customers and to earn more with apps. They celebrated what was created, and could be done together in the future.
E3 was the world’s premier trade show for computer, video and mobile games and related products. At E3, the video game industry’s top talent packed the Los Angeles Convention Center, connecting tens of thousands of the best, brightest, and most innovative professionals in the interactive entertainment industry.
The best and brightest minds were all in one place to talk cloud infrastructure and management, productivity, big data and the internet of things, unified communications, mobility and more. Attendees got a glimpse at what’s possible in the future.
EMC World 2015 returned to Las Vegas in The Venetian. As data growth explodes, EMC created the infrastructure that enabled people to manage their business and their career.
Europe is a continent, a co-existence of different cultures, a jumble of languages, an alliance of various interests, an idea. They served the diversity of the European Network and it gave attendees a taste of the specialties that each neighboring country had to offer. Attendees had the opportunity to look forward to an international event.
Google I/O was for developers—the creative coders who are building what’s next. Together they explored the latest in tech, mobile & beyond. Attendees had a chance to learn about products and platform innovations from Google.
Mobile World Congress conference provided an essential, in-depth coverage of the contemporary and future mobile industry, while highlighting specific areas of growth and opportunity. The program continued to focus on challenging and educating delegates while covering the latest technological developments, next generation services and growth strategies.
CES told the story of how content, creativity, technology, brand marketing, influencers and the consumer come together as part of the CES universe. CES was produced by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the preeminent trade association promoting growth in the CE industry. All profits from CES are reinvested into industry services, including technical training and education, industry promotion, engineering standards development, market research and legislative advocacy.
Aaand it’s a wrap. What will be the most exciting events of what’s left of 2015? Stay tuned.