Top technology events to attend in November, December and January
The end of the year is drawing near: but when it comes to technology events, the season is just getting started. Business leaders looking to learn about what’s going on in technology can still attend events around the world focused on everything from fintech to cybersecurity.
22 Nov - 23 Nov
Women in Tech Festival Global
Computing and CRN are organising the third Women in Tech Festival Global at the end of November. While it will be hosted virtually, visitors aiming to boost inclusivity will have a chance to connect with speakers and delegates from around the world.
1 Dec - 2 Dec
The eighth annual FinTech Connect will be held virtually on 1 and 2 December 2021. The event will be a chance to hear from global leaders in digital transformation, payments, blockchain, open banking and regtech who are driving the global financial technology industry forwards.
Africa Tech Summit
The Africa Tech Summit will be hosted at the London Stock Exchange on 8 December. It will focus on African technology investment opportunities. The event will cover everything from regulations and decentralised finance to mobile commerce.
5 - 8 Jan
The CES conference has been a must-attend event for technology enthusiasts for years. On 5 January it's that time once again. Over 1,600 companies from across the globe are already gearing up to showcase the latest in digital health, food tech, automotive tech, NFTs, gaming, smart home and more.
31 Jan - 5 Feb
Cyber Threat Intelligence Summit
The virtual Cyber Intelligence Summit hosted at the end of January will be a chance for executives and managers to sharpen their edge by hearing and connecting with cybersecurity experts from around the globe.
14 Feb - 18 Feb
Sthlm Fintech Week
Sthlm Fintech Week returns at the beginning of February to discuss how Sweden's fintech innovators are changing the country's financial landscape. Visitors will be able to hear from experts in buy-now-pay-later, wealth and cash management, digital banking and cybersecurity.
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