Apps World Europe reveals keynote line-up

Apps World Europe has announced the first of its keynote speakers for the show with a line-up that includes Babak Parviz, Google Glass Pioneer and now Vice President of Amazon.  Parviz is one of a number of experts who will present keynote speeches at Apps World Europe, which will move for the first time to London’s ExCeL in November. The keynote speakers make up more than 200 speakers who will be presenting at the show which is due to attract more than 12,000 attendees for 2014.

Other keynotes include As Seen on TV founder, entrepreneur and investor and now Shark Tank judge (the US equivalent of Dragon’s Den) Kevin Harrington – the man also credited with creating the infomercial in 1984. Another famous TV face includes Jason Bradbury, presenter of The Gadget Show UK & USwhose television career spans nearly 20 years. Other keynotes include Peter Molyneux, founder of  Lionhead Studios and one of the most recognised faces in the video games industry; Sir Nigel Shadbolt, Co-Founder & Chairman, ODI – Open Data Institutewhose 33 year career saw him being knighted in 2013; Gerard Grech, CEO, Tech City UKwhose international experience has taken him now to new heights building Tech City UK; Takeshi Idezawa, Chief Operating Officer of LINEand Bill Liao, European Venture Partner of venture capital business SOSVentures.

Ian Johnson, founder of Apps World, said: “Apps World has grown hugely as a brand over the last five years and will this year attract more than 12,000 attendees to our European show in London. Our success is based on the strength of the keynotes we attract to speak at the show – a list that is constantly being added to. Apps World Europe 2014 promises to be the best show yet.”

Apps World Europe will be held in London’s Excel from 12-13 November. For more information about our speakers visit http://www.apps-world.net/europe/agenda/keynote-speakers. For more general information visit http://www.apps-world.net/europe

Posted by on Aug 6 2014. Filed under Press Releases.

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