RoboBusiness Call for Speakers Extended

RoboBusiness is accepting speaker proposals for our 13th annual conference being held Sept. 27 and 28, 2017, in Santa Clara, Calif.

RoboBusiness has taken your suggestions and used them to build a program emphasizing end-user needs with a goal of better connecting all parties of the robotics ecosystem. The event will be held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in California on Sept. 27 and 28, 2017.

Now we need you to share your expertise with more than 2,000 business executives, innovators, investors, and technologists from around the world.

We have opened a one-week extension to our call for speakers and are seeking passionate and knowledgeable presenters who have insights to offer in the following session tracks:

  • Adopting and Implementing Robotics
  • How to Get ROI From Robotics
  • Robotics for Your Business
  • What Can AI and IoT Do for You?

We’re looking for end users and experts in manufacturing, supply chain, and other vertical sectors, as well as people familiar with the challenges that robotics and artificial intelligence can address in small and mid-size enterprises. The deadline to submit your proposal is March 11, 2017.

Click here to submit a proposal!

RoboBusiness 2017: Ideation to transformation

Produced by our sister publication Robotics Business Review, this year’s conference will address the complex technology developments, growth opportunities, and enterprise challenges around robotics, as well as the transformation occurring across industries. It is also an excellent venue for networking with peers and potential partners.

RoboBusiness 2017 will offer a chance to rethink the meaning of transformation and host critical discussions in the areas of business development and leadership, enabling technologies, effective innovation, best practices, and robotics applications.


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