CeBIT is a huge conference that will have around 15,000 attendees and 400 exhibitors in 2016. It takes place in beautiful Sydney, Australia, and is all about business and technology. The conference has many signature events including a Pitchfest, in which people with an idea for a startup can pitch to a panel of experts. The winners get some good assistance, and past winners have turned into multimillion dollar companies such as InGogo and Mathspace. Each day of the conference has different tracks you can choose from, ranging from eHealth to Cyber Security and everything in between. Each track has informative lectures and panels with industry experts that can inform your next big business move. If you want to network with those in the Asia Pacific business industry, this is the conference for you.
Over 15,000 attendees will attend the CeBIT exhibition to join a community of business technology professionals keen to discover the latest cutting edge technologies. More than 400 exhibiting organisations will showcase a range of technologies and services across 16 showfloor categories including Cloud; Unified Communications; Big Data + Analytics; Mobility; eHealth; Financial Tech + eCommerce; Education; Digital Marketing; Smart Office; Enterprise Security; eGov; Internet of Things + M2M; BPM + Software; IT Hardware + Data Storage; & Managed Services. CeBIT is the one-stop-shop for all of the latest business technology solutions. Regardless of your business issues, you’ll find a solution at CeBIT.
CeBIT Showfloor Theatres
The exhibition will be supported by four Showfloor Theatres. Entry is available to all exhibition visitors. The Showfloor Theatres will provide practical insights into Cloud; Mobility; Financial Tech + eCommerce; & Managed Services.
The CeBIT Australia conferences bring together the globe’s leading thinkers and business technology strategists. Delegates will gain unique insights and be able to take meaningful actions to improve their business when back in the workplace. CeBIT offers an unbiased, independent view of key business technology topics.
CeBIT Exhibition, PitchFest & Startup Conference
CeBIT StartUp 2016 reflects the passion, creativity, and entrepreneurial spirit of Australia’s vibrant startup community.
Now in its fourth year, CeBIT StartUp will bring together start-ups, investors, venture capitalists, government and potential customers.
The CeBIT StartUp Conference and PitchFest will run on Wednesday 4th May, whilst the StartUp Exhibition Zone will run for the three days of CeBIT, 2-4 May.
CeBIT have negotiated a special rate with Quest Apartments for all CeBIT attendees.
Things to do in Sydney
Looking for tips on what to do in Sydney? Australia’s biggest city has something for everyone. Enjoy big-city shopping and some of Australia’s best dining experiences. Find out where the trendiest bars are, the coolest cafes and the best markets.
If you enjoy the outdoors take advantage of the many beachside walking trails, harbourside hikes and cycling tracks in scenic parks. Play on world-class golf courses or try your hand at surfing. Check out Sydney’s busy calendar of festivals and shows, art events and sporting championships that will keep everyone entertained.
Arts & Culture
Exquisite art, captivating theatre and outdoor exhibitions – Sydney’s arts and culture scene is thriving. Check out iconic venues such as the World Heritage-listed Sydney Opera House, or the beautiful State Theatre and Sydney Theatre at Walsh Bay.
Learn something new about natural history at the Australian Museum or explore Sydney’s past at the Museum of Sydney. See one of Australia’s largest collections of Aboriginal art at the Art Gallery of NSW or release your inner art critic at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Discover a new favourite artist or performer next time you’re in Sydney.
Food & Wine
Treat your tastebuds with Sydney’s best food and wine, served in stunning locations around the city, by the harbour or at the beach. The city’s gourmet restaurants, boutique cafes and traditional pub feeds will have you licking your lips and asking for seconds.
Discover the delicious cuisines of Italy, Greece, Turkey, China, Vietnam and India – without leaving Sydney!
Surf, sun and sand are synonymous with Sydney. Relax on some of the world’s most iconic beaches. Do as the locals do and go snorkelling or grab a surf board – you won’t have to look far to find a surf school right on the beach.
Hiring a paddle board or kayak will also guarantee loads of fun in the water. Bondi and Coogee are among Sydney’s best beaches and you can walk between the two on a beautiful six-kilometre coastal trail. You can reach the equally spectacular Manly Beach by taking an enjoyable ferry ride across the harbour. If you’re seeking a break in the shade, take in the view at any of the great tasting beachside dining options.
Fashion & Shopping
Buzzy markets, home-grown fashion and designer labels – shopaholics take note, Sydney has it all. If you like a bargain, head to the funky inner-city Saturday markets in Glebe, Rozelle and Paddington, showcasing Sydney’s artistic side. Here you’ll find handmade jewellery, vintage clothing, second hand books and more. In the city centre, Westfield Sydney has set the pace for sensational shopping with four floors of fashion favourites, including Australia’s two largest department stores, Myer and David Jones.
Stroll through the historic Queen Victoria Building and Strand Arcade, as popular for their beautifully restored interiors as they are for the fabulous fashion boutiques and speciality stores they house, from designer chocolates to designer stationery.
For more upscale shopping, Castlereagh, Elizabeth and King streets host the world’s most famous designer brands, such as Gucci and Channel.
Nature & Parks
Sydney is the ultimate outdoor playground.
One of the best ways to enjoy Sydney’s stunning natural attractions is on a coastal trail or by picnicking in a harbourside park. Stroll through the Royal Botanic Gardens or jog along the promenade at Bondi Beach.
Sydney Harbour itself is a gateway to a world of natural attractions where you can navigate your way around the inner-harbour islands by ferry, or hire a kayak and paddle your way to a secluded harbour beach where you can swim and snorkel.”
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