Breakfast Briefing: Wearables

15 October 2015

Chivas Room
30 St Mary Axe (the Gherkin)
London EC3A

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With the wearables market set to treble in size in the next five years, you need to know about this emerging technology area.

Join us for an exclusive breakfast briefing in London's iconic Gherkin landmark. CCS Insight analysts will share the findings of our latest consumer survey and take you through our new global forecast for wearable devices. The briefing will look at smartwatches, fitness trackers, augmented and virtual reality headsets and wearable cameras. It will be followed by an opportunity to ask questions of the country's most knowledgeable analysts in the wearables field.

Agenda

Our experts will present their insights in an informal series of presentations.

Time Topic
8:30 Welcome and breakfast
9:00 Survey findings: consumer attitudes to wearables
9:30 Forecast: worldwide wearable sales to 2019
10:00 Q&A and discussion session
10:30 Close

Tickets

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