iRobot Supports RoboBusiness Leadership Summit as Founding Sponsor
Innovator of robotics for the consumer, industrial, and defense markets sponsors 7th annual business development event for the robotics and intelligent systems industry.
By Robotics Trends Staff - Filed May 04, 2011

 

Robotics Trends is proud to announce iRobot Corp. (IRBT) as Founding Sponsor of the 7th annual RoboBusiness Leadership Summit, an industry-vital, executive-level conference, designed specifically to serve as a catalyst for commercial development of the robotics marketplace. The conference and exposition will be held at the Sheraton Boston Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts on November 2-3, 2011.  For more information visit www.robobusiness.com.

"iRobot is one of the leading companies within the mobile robotics and intelligent systems industry, and their continued support of RoboBusiness is a reflection of the role that the event has come to play in this exciting new industry," states Rich Erb, Managing Director of Robotics Trends.  "RoboBusiness is the only industry conference that covers the complete range of business and technical issues that must be addressed for the robotics industry to move forward, and as such it presents a unique opportunity for companies and individuals to become active participants in the first new industry of the 21st century.”

”iRobot is pleased to once again join the RoboBusiness Leadership Summit as Founding Sponsor,” noted Colin Angle, iRobot chairman and chief executive officer. “RoboBusiness is an excellent forum for showcasing innovation, as well as for bringing industry leaders together to generate the sales, partnerships and investment opportunities that will help to grow the robotics industry.”

The RoboBusiness Leadership Summit will feature a worldwide array of companies with emerging robotics and intelligent systems technologies. 

 

More information

Due to the nature and design of this intimate event, sponsorship opportunities are limited. To obtain sponsorship package/pricing, and to discuss your goals, please contact Rich Erb, Manging Director, Robotics Trends at 508-663-1500 x331, or by email. 

For media inquiries, or to apply for media credentials, contact Jessica Camerato at 508-663-1500 x296 or by email.

 

About Robotics Trends

Robotics Trends, a division of EH Publishing, Inc., is the world’s first integrated media firm serving the burgeoning educational, personal, service, industrial and mobile robotics marketplace.

Robotics Trends serves the robotics industry through two major business divisions:

Robotics Trends Publishing, which produces www.roboticstrends.com, an online news, information and analysis portal focused on business and technology trends for people who build, buy, invest in, and seek to understand the educational, personal, service, mobile, industrial and military robotics market; and Robotics Trends, a subscription media product providing primary research, analysis and market observations for the robotics and intelligent systems industries.

Robotics Trends Events, which produces the RoboBusiness Conference and Exposition (www.robobusiness.com), the Robotics Virtual Summits (www.robovirtualevents.com), and the RoboNexus Conference and Exposition. 

 

About EH Publishing

EH Publishing, Inc.is the leading provider of independent business and consumer content and information serving the custom electronics, information technology, house of worship, pro audio, robotics, homebuilding, and supply chain markets through its multimedia publications, websites, newsletters, and expos. The company’s flagship multimedia products include CE Pro, CE Pro PLUS, CEProVIP, CE Pro LIVE, Electronic House, Electronic House Expo (EHX), Explore3DTV.com, ChannelPro-SMB, Live Sound International, ProSoundWeb.com, Worship Facilities Conference & Expo (WFX), Robotics Trends, RoboDevelopment Conference and Exposition, RoboBusiness Leadership Summit, Robotics Virtual Summits, Supply Chain Management Review, Logistics Management, and Modern Materials Handling. For more information visit www.ehpub.com

 

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