Organisers of major European IT event, IP EXPO Europe have claimed a 9% increase in delegate numbers compared to 2014.
The event, held 7-8 October at Excel London, attracted 14,592 visitors, with organisers hailing a new show format which embraced six events under one roof. The six events included DevOps Europe, Data Analytics Europe and Unified Communications Europe.
The keynote was delivered by Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, while other speakers included Mark Russinovich, CTO at Microsoft Azure, Michelle Unger, VP of worldwide sales at IBM Watson, and Robert Epstein, Windows 10 launch lead at Microsoft.
The show would appear to be on an upswing, attendance-wise, with the 2014 attendance itself representing an increase of 6% on 2013.
“This year’s IP EXPO Europe covered a full spectrum of issues that technology leaders across Europe face on a daily basis. Following the success of this year’s event, we’re very excited about the launch of IP EXPO Nordic next year,” said Bradley Maule-finch, IP EXPO Europe’s director of Strategy.
Next year’s IP EXPO Europe will run from 5-6 October at Excel London and it will address new areas such as Open Source. Full details can be found at: http://www.ipexpoeurope.com