VR Intelligence is bringing its VRX series of events to Amsterdam this May 17th-18th, for VRX Europe 2018 – and readers of VRFocus, which is a media partner for the event, are getting a 15% discount on all passes.
With previous sell-out events in San Francisco and London, VR Intelligence has announced a list of industry-leading expert speakers for VRX Europe 2018 in Amsterdam, for two days of content and insights, innovative demos and premium networking.
The event is set to feature over 70 luminary speakers, including C-level and key representatives from companies including Sony, BMW, Google, Jaunt, Sky, Microsoft, The Mill, BBC, KLM, Resolution Games, nDreams, P&G, Rovio, Volkswagen, Media Monks, SuperData, Gensler, Fast Travel Games, R/GA, REWIND, Dream Reality Interactive, Foster & Partners, Candy Lab AR, France.tv, Mecanoo, GfK, AksoNobel and many more.
Designed exclusively for senior-level business leaders from across the immersive tech industry, the event will include:
- High-level industry outlook and future thinking sessions on Day 1, from business leaders, strategists, innovators, investors and analysts
- Dedicated tracks on Day 2; one on gaming and interactive entertainment; another on enterprise and industry applications, from automotive to architecture, education, retail, healthcare, marketing, engineering and more
- A full-scale expo and demo area featuring the latest technology, content innovations and solutions from 30 leading VR & AR brands, studios, suppliers and solution providers
“We’re delighted to bring VRX to Amsterdam – expanding our pan-European and global reach in one of the world’s hot beds for VR and AR”, says Conference Producer at VR Intelligence, Jasmine Kees. “Our goal is to create quality content and insight, with real business solutions, in an exclusive networking environment for those leading the way and taking the industry forward. After our previous sell outs in San Francisco and London, VRX is now established as the premier global networking event series for the immersive tech industry.”