EmTech Asia

14 February, 2017 @ 4:34 am – 15 February, 2017 @ 5:34 am
Sands Convention & Exhibition Centre
1 Bayfront Ave
Singapore 018971
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EmTech is the annual global emerging technologies conference hosted by MIT Technology Review, the world’s oldest and most respected technology publication since 1899. This unique event has grown into a global community which runs in the United States, Europe, South America, India, Hong Kong, and Singapore. It is the world’s most important conference on emerging technologies that matter.

EmTech Asia is the showcase for the emerging technologies with the greatest potential to change our lives and an access point to the most innovative people and companies in the world. The event is an opportunity to glimpse the future and understand the technologies that will change the face of business and drive the new global economy.

At EmTech Asia you will:

  • Find out the future technologies changing the face of business in the next 5 years – from the tech companies leading this change.
  • Understand the latest tech trends in a wide range of industries, from artificial intelligence to space, genomics and more.
  • Network with over 700 like-minded individuals sharing the innovation bug.
  • Discover how emerging technologies could impact your business.
  • Learn how to leverage and incorporate disruptive technologies into your business.

Come 14-15 February 2017, join over 700 business leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, and change makers at MIT Technology Review’s most inspirational conference on emerging technologies that matter.

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