Inventor of the Internet of Things (IoT) keynotes at BEI 2016, New Orleans
Join Kevin Ashton, author of “How to fly a Horse” as one of the distinguished keynotes at this year’s Back End of Innovation conference, November 15-17, 2016 at the Hyatt French Quarter in New Orleans, LA.
Widely known as the founder of “The Internet of Things” IoT, Kevin also co-founded the Auto-ID Center at MIT and took it from a converted broom closet to a global organization with six labs around the world, 103 corporate sponsors, and over a hundred researchers.
As a successful entrepreneur and innovator, with three highly successful tech start-ups, most recently Zensi, which he co-founded and sold to Belkin in 2010, Kevin will demonstrate how innovation can be COMMERCIALIZED.
Attending this year’s conference guarantees your access to top-notch content, knowledge and techniques to successfully execute, socialize and commercialize your ideas!
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Why New Orleans?
Following the events of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans was forced to re-invent itself and implore innovative ways to keep the city thriving. The city was able to re-brand itself as a tourist destination once again. We can learn from how they were able to reach the market and successfully sell their new image as a go-to destination amongst local and international tourists.
BEI in 2016
Broadening the scope of BEI’s existing focus on execution we will delve deeper into the understanding the right commercialization strategies and actionable ways to launch, market and grow products. Key topics of this year’s conference include:
· Building and sustaining partnerships
· Product design and implementation
· Corporate culture and innovation management
· Marketing and brand development
· Supply chain and scaling for success
· Resource allocation and project management
· And more!
Use code BEI16BL for $100 off the current rate. Buy Tickets: http://bit.ly/2a7FM6f
See you in NOLA!
The BEI Team