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Internet World 2014: What to expect

At Internet World 2014, thousands of IT, technology and digital marketing professionals will descend on London to discover the most cutting-edge technology innovations, and learn strategies designed to drive their organisation's success.

Increasingly one of the most buzzing events of London Technology Week, Internet World brings together IT specialists, business leaders, developers, technical experts, digital marketing and business development professionals with leading technology innovators and solution providers.

There are also a whole raft of seminars and workshops on how departments can work closer together to maximise business-wide opportunities.


One of the main attractions of Internet World is its education programme, which features the latest in thinking, benchmarking, case studies, practical workshops and training.

This year, there are going to be over 500 free workshops, so this is not an event you want to miss if you work in the online space.

Since they offer a range of seminars for people of all professional functions and business levels, you should be able to find something worth checking out - so take a look at what's on offer on their site.

There are also going to be a number of hands-on workshops that let delegates get their hands dirty and gain the kind of experience it's not easy to get elsewhere.

Future of technology programme

This year, Internet World is also bringing its "Future of Technology" programme to London. Visitors can check out what's new in the technology market, as well as get an insight into protoype ideas, and which tech startup companies are showcasing their brand new products and services.

As part of the programme, a space at Internet World will be dedicated to providing tech startups with one-to-one advice from specialist mentors. The mentoring programme will consist of pre-booked mentoring appointments, which will take place during sessions in the morning and afternoon.

There will also be a Tech Startup Pitch Programme, which runs alongside the mentoring programme within the Marketplace Theatre. It offers a pitch platform for startups who want to request funding or resources from attendees, including venture capitalists, angel investors and startup accelerators.

You can also check out 15 of the best UK tech startups, all of whom are the winners from the Internet World #Startup15 competition. Not one to be missed!

You should head down to Internet World 2014 if you're responsible for digital marketing, IT, technology, ecommerce, data, business development, customer service or web development for your organisation.

If you haven't registered already, head along to the registration page and put your name down!