Charlotte, NC – June 6, 2018 – XcooBee is travelling to Germany to exhibit at CEBIT Europe’s Business Festival for Innovation and Digitization, more specifically as part of Scale 11 the Startup Festival. CEBIT is the largest and most internationally representative computer expo in existence even when compared to the now defunct COMDEX and still active COMPUTEX. The trade fair is held each year on the Hanover fairground, the world’s largest fairground, in Hanover, Germany. It is considered a barometer of current trends and a measure of the state of the art in information technology.
In 2017, over 330,000 visitors visited and perused the massive exhibition area and attended the congruent conference. The conferences are dedicated to providing a 360° overview of the digital industry’s four core markets: IT, Telecommunications, Digital Media and Consumer Electronics. Noted industry figures and researchers from across the globe are invited to speak on the latest relevant trends and innovations as well as their impact on society and the working world.
The event makes it easier for startups and their potential users and partners to connect. XcooBee will have access to the diverse audience and ability to connect with potential beta partners. “This will be the largest conference we have attended”, said Bilal Soylu, Chief Worker Bee at XcooBee. More on the event can be learned online at https://www.cebit.de/en/. It is held June 11 to 15, 2018 on the grounds of Hannover Messe. The conference helps companies to accelerate their pace towards growth and success by gaining the visibility of media and investors as well as users.
CEBIT is expected to attract over 300,000+ Attendees from around the world. “We look forward to have extended conversations with our European users and share with them tools to protect their privacy, especially in light of the newly active GDPR regulations,” added Bilal Soylu, Chief Worker Bee of XcooBee LLC. “As the Facebook incidents have shown us, privacy is the next frontier in security, and we want to show people that there is a better way.”