CeBIT-2011. 1 – 5 March 2011. Hannover

Start: March 1, 2011
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In just five short days, the CeBIT provide a panoramic view of the digital world’s mainstay markets: ICT and Telecommunications, Digital Media also Consumer Electronics.

Date & Time: 1 – 5 March 2011, daily from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. – Venue: Convention Center (CC), Room 2, Hannover Exhibition Grounds.

Good reasons to participate

  • More than 30 high-caliber speakers
    Our speakers come from every corner of the globe, delivering reports based directly on their experiences in the field.
  • The key ICT trends covered
    Discuss the issues with over 3,000 international specialists.
  • Your CeBIT ticket gives you free access
    Attendance at the conference is free of charge.
  • Guided tours
    After the conference, you can enjoy a guided tour, ensuring you won’t miss any CeBIT highlights.
  • Comprehensive conference kit
    Pick up your own comprehensive conference kit at the beginning of the conference.
  • Roundtable discussions
    Discuss your questions in an intimate, roundtable setting that includes our high-power speakers.
  • Individual advice
    You can even get individual advice on your visit to the CeBIT Global Conferences – contact us!

Further Participation Options

Round Table DiscussionsCall for BloggersCall for ProductsCall for Speakers
Round Table Discussions

In 2011, the CeBIT Global Conferences will once again offer roundtable discussions with its top speakers. You can submit your application from the mid of January 2011 on.

We will be happy to notify you of the starting date for applications. Please sent a short message with your name and e-mail address to Anke Vollmann. You may find the contact details in the right column of this page.

Here you will find the participating speakers and the form for apply shortly.
Review 2010

In 2010, 19 of the top CeBIT Global Conferences’ speakers made themselves available for roundtable discussions with a limited number of participants after their respective presentations.

The new roundtable sessions offered a surprise bonus, giving the lucky participants a chance to discuss interesting topics face-to-face with big names like Kevin Eyres of LinkedIn’s Managing Director Europe, LindenLab’s CEO, Mark Kingdon, or Jon Iwata, IBM’s head of worldwide communications, in an intimate setting limited to 10 participants.

To be eligible, CeBIT Global Conferences participants must first apply online, submitting a question on a topic of particular interest to them. The successful candidates first attend the presentation by the relevant speaker in Room 2 of the Convention Center (CC). Immediately afterwards they can join the roundtable session to engage the speaker in a more in-depth discussion of the issues covered.

Source: CEBIT
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