CeBIT Australia is celebrating its 17th year in 2018. The event 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. The NSW Government are the Official Partner of CeBIT Australia and we are also supported by the City of Sydney amongst other organisations. CeBIT Australia is organised by Hannover Fairs Australia, part of the government owned Deutsche Messe group.
With our return in 2017 to Darling Harbour at the impressive new ICC Sydney facility, CeBIT Australia attracted over 15,000 attendees from Australia’s most important organisations.
CeBIT focuses on three main pillars, which were demonstrated at the 2017 event:
Content & Learning:
Over 230 presenters gave incredible insights into topics including cyber security, big data, cloud, fintech, mobility, IoT, digital health, egovernment, women in technology, innovation, next generation technologists, SME business growth and much, much more! Our international keynotes included cyber security doyen Eugene Kaspersky and Randi Zuckerburg, former marketing head at Facebook.
More than 320 companies demonstrated their capabilities in the CeBIT Australia exhibition. The range of exhibiting companies gives visitors a unique view of the latest in business technology. The exhibition is supported by showfloor content and features to bring the technology to life.
Collaboration & Networking:
The Exhibition Networking Drinks allow all attendees to mix in a relaxed atmosphere at the end of day two. The 2017 event also saw the ACS launch their annual Digital Pulse report. The CeBIT Black VIP Evening brought together 500 of the leading business and government technologists. The evening allowed them to network and learn from a range of forward looking presentations. The evening was sponsored by Accenture & Commonwealth Bank.
The schedule of events for CeBIT Australia 2018 (15-17 May 2018, ICC Sydney) will be released towards the end of 2017. The schematic below outlines the 2017 program: