CeBIT is the focal point for the Asia Pacific business technology industry. Across both the exhibition and conference, CeBIT Australia is the leading marketplace for current and future business technology.
In 2018, CeBIT Australia is celebrating its 17th year and in that time it has truly cemented its position as the business technology event for the region, attracting thousands of technology professionals from Government, enterprise, SMEs and start-ups.
Exhibit your solutions and capabilities to both a domestic and international audience. Meet with decision makers from enterprise, SMEs and government. Ensure your company doesn’t miss out on the 15,000+ visitors CeBIT Australia receives.
Register now to confirm your attendance to the leading business technology event in the APAC region. Network with the exhibitors and attend the onfloor conference theatres to understand the latest developments in business technology, including IoT, AI and FinTech.
Book your conference pass to maximise your learning and networking opportunities whilst at CeBIT Australia 2018. Focused conference content on subject matters such as cloud computing, big data & analytics, cyber security and egovernment.
Greg Clark, CEO, Symantec
Tamara McCleary, CEO, Thulium
Xiaofeng Ren, Chief Scientist and Associate Dean, Machine Intelligence and Technology, Alibaba
Liesl Yearsley, CEO, Akin.com
Anne Bennett, Executive General Manager, Business Transformation, National Australia Bank
Rob Wainwright, Executive Director, Europol
Amanda Rice, Director Service Delivery, Client Services, Australian Financial Security Authority
Hiroshi Saijou, CEO & Managing Director, Yamaha Motor Ventures & Laboratory Silicon Valley
27 Mar 2018
Corporate travel is the second largest indirect spend for business but most are struggling to unlock a greater return on investment. The key is using the right travel tech which will not only help your bottom line, but protect your employees and keep your data secure.
27 Mar 2018
The NSW-Israel Research and Development (R&D) and Technological Innovation Program provides funding to assist NSW and Israel entities to cooperate on joint R&D projects.