Presented by SemanticWeb.com, Mediabistro & Rising Media
Whether your most pressing issues are strategic, tactical, or, more likely, a complex combination of both, you’ll benefit from this unique opportunity to explore how semantic solutions and linked data are being embraced throughout companies across a diverse range of disciplines and business categories. The Semantic Tech & Business Conference (SemTechBiz) in London brings together today’s industry thought leaders and practitioners to explore the challenges and opportunities jointly impacting both corporate business leaders and technologists. Packed with case studies and real-world perspectives, SemTechBiz offers two comprehensive days of fresh insight and immersive learning from global experts in technology, financial services, insurance, healthcare, publishing, government, automotive and enterprise data.
Attendees come to SemTechBiz for the practical advice, hands-on guidance and meaningful takeaways that our business luminaries and subject matter veterans bring to the table.
SemTechBiz is designed to educate individuals whose firms are just beginning to learn what semantic technologies are as well as organizations who wish to enhance ongoing efforts to leverage semantics in their enterprise and web-based systems. Through innovative panels, roundtables, plenaries, keynotes and lightning sessions, SemTechBiz provides you with an unparalleled interactive experience and delivers tangible business value by helping to turn your newly acquired knowledge into actionable results. From breakthrough approaches to solving business problems to the big data implications of fast–evolving technologies, SemTechBiz shows you how all the pieces fit together.
4-18 Harrington Gardens
London, Greater London SW7 4LH
SemTechBiz brings together forward-thinking technology and business leaders from around the world representing the entire marketplace, including:
• IT/software managers
• venture capitalists
• government agencies
• data specialists
• information architects
• computer scientists
• semantic web job seekers