SITEX Singapore starts on Thursday and will constitute a prelude to the CES in Las Vegas next January.
SITEX Singapore 2010
SITEX is Singapore's longest-running IT event. Consumers have been visiting the expo since 1988 to purchase electronic goods at producer direct prices and to talk one on one with the companies developing the latest technological innovations. In 2009, 859,040 local and international visitors came through the doors. More than 500 information communication and consumer electronic product manufacturers will be at the 2010 show to launch their products and show off their most recent inventions.
Apps World is a two-day event covering every aspect of mobile and TV applications. The event brings together app developers, network operators, OS vendors, brand and marketing managers and technology providers to discuss the latest developments within the industry.
November 30-December 2
Olympia Grand Hall
More than 9,000 visitors from 70 countries are expected to attend Online Information 2010. The event hosts both a conference and a show floor seminar program, both catering for the global information industry. Online Information will provide visitors with information about Online Content Resources, ePublishing, Search Solutions, Content Management, Library Management Systems and Web 2.0 Technologies.
TEDWomen: Reshaping the future
International Trade Center, Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, DC, USA
TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) is a non-profit organization that aims to spread ideas in the interests of global knowledge and inspiration through a series of global events. The inaugural TEDWomen event is co-produced with The Paley Center for Media and investigates how women are innovating, thinking and championing ideas to make the world a better place.
LeWeb is the biggest internet event in the European calendar, bringing together speakers, entrepreneurs, investors, the media, and technology buffs to discuss a "new web." Approximately 2,400 participants from 50 countries attended the sixth edition of LeWeb in Paris in 2009 and in 2010 industry luminaries including Carlos Ghosn, Marissa Mayer, Dennis Crowley, Alexander Tamas, Sebastien de Halleux, and Michael Arrington will be on stage to lead discussions about this year's theme, Platforms.