Enter Your Successful IoT Use Cases and Innovations in the IoT Global Awards 2019

Enter Your Successful IoT Use Cases and Innovations in the IoT Global Awards 2019

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The Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem has seen exponential growth in the last five years, with businesses worldwide adopting IoT to embrace digital transformation. 

Considering this, WeKnow Media Ltd the organizers of the IoT Global Awards have introduced 11 categories for entry, that encompass every sector. 

The categories open for entry are: 

Automotive, transport & travel 

  • Big data, cloud & analytics 
  • Connected consumer & smart home 
  • Connected health or wearable tech 
  • Industry & construction 
  • Research & development or new launch 
  • Retail, marketing & hospitality 
  • Securing IoT
  • Smart cities, government & utilities 
  • CXO of the year 
  • Startup, business development or ecosystem of the year 

Jeremy Cowan, Editorial Director & Publisher at WeKnow Media Ltd, says; With each entry costing as little as £149, and additional categories for a single entry at just £19, a global publicity campaign for your IoT project has never been so affordable.”

Shortlisted candidates and winners will be featured in a promotional campaign across a network of the industry’s market-leading IoT portals and titles. 

We’re pleased to announce that GeoConnexion, IoT For All, i-SCOOP and IoT Global Network were selected as this year’s media partners to the IoT Global Awards ‘19.

To find out more about the level of exposure your IoT brand can expect, please see this link https://iotglobalawards.com/exposure/  

The closing date for entries is midnight (GMT) on Wednesday 11th September 2019. A shortlist of entries will be published worldwide on Wednesday 25th September 2019 and the final Winners announcement will take place on Friday the 11th of October 2019.

To enter and for all further information, go to https://iotglobalawards.com 

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The Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem has seen exponential growth in the last five years, with businesses worldwide adopting IoT to embrace digital transformation. 

Considering this, WeKnow Media Ltd the organizers of the IoT Global Awards have introduced 11 categories for entry, that encompass every sector. 

The categories open for entry are: 

Automotive, transport & travel 

  • Big data, cloud & analytics 
  • Connected consumer & smart home 
  • Connected health or wearable tech 
  • Industry & construction 
  • Research & development or new launch 
  • Retail, marketing & hospitality 
  • Securing IoT
  • Smart cities, government & utilities 
  • CXO of the year 
  • Startup, business development or ecosystem of the year 

Jeremy Cowan, Editorial Director & Publisher at WeKnow Media Ltd, says; With each entry costing as little as £149, and additional categories for a single entry at just £19, a global publicity campaign for your IoT project has never been so affordable.”

Shortlisted candidates and winners will be featured in a promotional campaign across a network of the industry’s market-leading IoT portals and titles. 

We’re pleased to announce that GeoConnexion, IoT For All, i-SCOOP and IoT Global Network were selected as this year’s media partners to the IoT Global Awards ‘19.

To find out more about the level of exposure your IoT brand can expect, please see this link https://iotglobalawards.com/exposure/  

The closing date for entries is midnight (GMT) on Wednesday 11th September 2019. A shortlist of entries will be published worldwide on Wednesday 25th September 2019 and the final Winners announcement will take place on Friday the 11th of October 2019.

To enter and for all further information, go to https://iotglobalawards.com 

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