Living in Digital Times turns the concept of a traditional trade show upside down as it focuses on technology that’s relevant to particular lifestyles. After successful launches of Kids@Play and the Silvers Summit, we’re launching Digital Health, Mommy Tech, and Higher Ed Tech. Join us in our new location at the LVCC North Hall at the 2010 CES show in Las Vegas. Click here to register for 2010 CES - free to attend if you register BEFORE October 1, 2009!
Digital Health Summit focuses on the convergence of technology and healthcare and how they provide solutions to many of the most vexing healthcare-related issues. In addition to diagnosing and battling disease, today’s generation of high-tech healthcare products and services will be the catalyst for better managed healthcare, patient/doctor communication, shorter hospital stays and faster recovery time, lowered costs for health insurance, early prevention and detection, digital patient information records, medical attention over distances (telemedicine), patient monitoring, and so much more. A robust industry is developing to serve the health market. The Digital Health Summit and Exhibition was created to serve as its epicenter. Conference: January 9, 2010.
Silvers Summit showcases the products and services that keep boomers engaged, entertained, connected, and healthy. Our one-day event focusing on boomer-focused technologies assembles companies, distributors, journalists, research firms, think tanks, to demonstrate the products and services that will help mature consumers maintain their high quality of life. From healthcare to productivity to entertainment and beyond, the Silvers Summit and exhibition shines a spotlight on the technologies that matter most to America’s 78 million boomers. Conference: January 9, 2010.
Mommy Tech Summit will take an in-depth look at the newest products and ideas for the burgeoning mommy market. Mothers comprise a substantial constituency among tech users. And the Internet is empowering mothers with a strong voice, not to be ignored. Nearly two-thirds of American mothers use five or more forms of technology daily. Their arsenal of tech tools includes everything from smartphones and netbooks to automatic bottle warmers and high-tech strollers. The exhibit/conference will focus on the tools of the Mommy trade, how to talk and listen to Moms when building products, and how Moms use tech to keep track of their busy lives. Conference: January 8, 2010.
Kids@Play Summit explores the world of kids and technology. Their lives are infused with technology, from their first electronic picture books through their first Facebook profile. The conference/exhibit looks at how kids are growing up digitally, exploring the way they entertain themselves, their 24/7 communications, and the way technology pervades their schoolwork and ‘real’ world explorations. Speakers across multiple industries and disciplines will examine the impact of being digital with demos, discussion and research. Participating companies in past years have included Elf Island, Electronic Arts, Huru Humi (Senario), KidZui, Mattel, PBS Kids Play and Symantec. Warren Buckleitner, founder of Children’s Technology Review, will serve as the conference’s director. Conference: January 7, 2010.
Higher Ed Tech Summit -- Today’s college students are robust consumers of Information Age technologies. With a single keystroke they access information that would take hours to locate in a brick-and-mortar library, if it could be found at all. They attend classes, participate in seminars and discussion groups, and submit their work remotely, sometimes from across the country and sometimes from halfway around the world. They load their dorm rooms with the latest gadgets and cram their cellphones with the latest apps. The Higher Ed Tech Summit will shine a spotlight on the key issues of high-tech higher education. Conference: January 8, 2010.
We hope you will consider joining us as an exhibitor or participant for one or more of these exciting events. Please contact us with any questions you may have at (800) 553-2399 or email