WEAR Conference, May 24-26

Wearable

The Smithers Apex WEAR Conference, established in 2004 and known previously as Smart Fabrics & Wearable Technology, as well as Wearable Technology UX, has a storied history of bringing together the business of wearables & consumer experience. WEAR represents the interaction of man and machine, technology and body – in a completely seamless way.

Programming for WEAR 2016 includes three full days at the stunning Seaport Boston Hotel on May 24-26, 2016. You’ll enjoy tours, interactive workshops, four dynamic keynotes plus more than 55 speakers presenting multiple plenary sessions and over 50 presentations – with six engaging tracks to choose from. Choose to focus on Smart Fabrics, Wearable Technology, or Consumer Experience; Supply Chain Dynamics, Tech Development, or The Business of Wearables. The curated agenda for WEAR will provide delegates with business insights on the bleeding edge of innovation, expert advice on commercialization, and critical connections with over 400 stakeholders in the wearables, smart textiles, material innovation, healthcare tech and consumer experience spaces.

WEAR Conference 2016 will connect you with the key leaders you want to meet; whether you’re looking to build relationships with executives and senior-level managers, product developers, manufacturers or marketers, you’ll have the opportunity to meet the entire supply chain. Interact face-to-face with hundreds of smart fabric and wearable technology professionals from a variety of horizontals and verticals that include textiles, technology, fashion, investment, robotics, healthcare, VCs, government and the military.

Click here to find out more about WEAR Conference. MedTech Boston readers use discount code WMTB6 for a $150 discount.

Abigail Ballou

Abigail Ballou

    Abby Ballou is the managing editor of MedTech Boston. She has a B.A. and M.Phil in English literature from NYU and the CUNY Graduate Center, respectively. When she isn't writing and editing for MedTech Boston, Abby enjoys reading, rock climbing, watching classic movies and listening to opera.

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