At Internet of Business (IoB) we champion a vertical-focused approach to covering how the Internet of Things is impacting the enterprise and technology space – providing breaking news and detailed analysis on a range of sectors. The IoT age is upon us and we’re here to illuminate how it’s making companies of all sizes more efficient, productive and profitable.
Positioned near London’s ‘Silicon Roundabout’, we keep a finger on the pulse of the latest technology developments important to your business.
IoB’s readership spans the globe, including large user-bases in North America, the UK and Europe. Our visitors are the key decision makers, with over 50% of newsletter subscribers at Director level and above.
IoB’s portfolio of vertically focused business events across the US and Europe also attract senior decision makers and business leaders.
Through an industry-specific approach to its coverage, Internet of Business seeks to explore the disruptive impact of IoT, while illustrating the many opportunities and challenges it creates.
The Internet of Business team of experienced journalists is led by industry-renowned Editor, Jessica Twentyman. With more than 20 years’ experience in analysing and explaining trends in the world of technology, Jessica has written for national newspapers and trade media publications, including The Financial Times, The Economist Intelligence Unit, Diginomica.com and Computer Weekly.
Her team includes Adrian Bridgwater (Forbes, Computer Weekly, The Register), Sooraj Shah (Computing), Rene Millman (Cloud Pro), Nic Fearn (TechRadar) and Sandra Vogel (ZDNet). Collectively, her team offers decades of knowledge, contacts, and expertise in all areas of the tech industry.
Internet of Business events
Our Internet of Things events show how to leverage IoT to create business opportunities and competitive advantage.
Everything we do is vertical specific. Why don’t we bother with cross-industry IoT events?
Because this limits how in-depth and relevant we can be to the end user and that’s simply not the Vinelake way.
Just a selection of some of the companies our past, present and future speakers represent:
Vinelake’s content and events show how to leverage the Internet of Things to create business opportunities and competitive advantage.
Everything we do is vertical specific. Why don’t we bother with cross-industry events? Because this limits how in-depth and relevant we can be to the end user and that’s simply not the Vinelake way.
The Vinelake way is completely different:
We don’t do boring
We have abandoned the traditional events model.
Our conferences use the latest technologies and individual venues to give everybody involved that ‘rockstar’ experience.
We benefit the end user
Our content is unbiased and our conferences aren’t full of vendors. Vinelake don’t do sales pitches.
We qualify our delegates
They’re all senior end-users, ready to make decisions about investing in the next big technological revolution… The Internet of Things.
Our research partner – Beecham Research
Beecham Research is a leading market analyst and consulting firm that has specialized in the development of the rapidly-growing M2M/Internet of Things market worldwide for over a decade. Based in London, UK and Boston, US, they actively participate in initiatives aimed at achieving M2M market development and growth. They are increasingly analysing the impact of IoT in vertical markets. They have recently published research on the future of retail, on smart parking, on smart cities and on smart farming.
Visit www.beechamresearch.com for more information.