Calling Deep Tech Start-ups – Connecting With Investors and Corporates
LONDON, August 25, 2016
With over 50 presenters, 5 panels and specialist demonstrations
Future World 2016 will cover key themes of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Robotics, Virtual & Augmented Reality and 5G Comms; all trending topics in the world of Deep Tech.
Dr Derek Boyd, CEO of NMI, commented “We are in an era of hyper-innovation; traditional business models are being rapidly re-invented and there is a compelling need to build awareness of change and innovation. Much of that innovation comes from exciting start-ups and Future World has been developed with intent of supporting the international innovation eco-system linking start-ups, investors and corporates.”
Sir Hossein Yassaie, Technology Entrepreneur and start-up champion commented:
“The UK has a fantastic heritage of technology innovation and delivery. I feel we benefit from a flagship event in “Deep Tech” that brings international participation and links fundamental science and fantastic engineering into emerging markets . Helping complex technologies to become applied solutions is and should remain one of the UK’s key competitive advantages. Future World and the communities it brings together can make a real difference in this endeavour.”
Tom Carter, a Future World speaker, and CTO of Ultrahaptics commented: “We’d encourage any start up to join the event. We’ve come a long way since we started 3 years ago. Future World would have been great when we started to get our message out there, and meet up with new partners and investors; we’re excited to be able to tell our story so far and participate in the event.”
Future World covers emerging applications, areas of technological challenges and solutions, new trends and investments. It promises to provide an enthralling experience to an international audience of entrepreneurs, investors, technologists, industrialists, academics and press.
The event is being held on Thu 15th Sept – Fri 16th Sept at the striking Old Truman Brewery, located on Brick Lane, Shoreditch, London.