The geospatial event – taking the industry by storm, 27-28 May 2015

GEO Business is for everyone involved in the gathering, storing, processing and delivering of geospatial information. It is the unmissable geospatial event of the year!

Combining a central trade exhibition featuring over 200 exhibitors showcasing the latest geospatial technology and services (64% more exhibit space than 2014), with a packed conference programme including 50 cutting-edge presentations plus over 140 live commercial workshops demonstrating first hand products and services (34% more than 2014), and a full programme of networking opportunities, GEO Business has something for everyone.

The show’s unifying vision is to promote closer collaboration across the geospatial community and to provide a platform that effectively showcases both the professionalism of this industry and the role that it will play in future economic growth.  It was born out of consultation with industry and as a result is organised in collaboration with the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (ICES), the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), The Survey Association (TSA), the Association for Geographic Information (AGI) and more recently the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).

Overwhelming response from industry

Industry hailed the first event as “a breath of fresh air” and the “dawn of a new era”, when the inaugural GEO Business showcase launched in 2014. Queues of enthusiastic visitors marked the opening of the two day show and by the time doors closed, over 1,600 attendees from 39 countries had visited which was followed by a wealth of glowing testimonials.

Tracey Stone, senior infrastructure product sales specialist lead EMEA at Autodesk comments “I was very impressed with the GEO Business 2014 event and would go so far to say it was one of the best events I have been to for a while. It was extremely well organised, the content of the conference and workshop programme was very good and the energy and buzz around the exhibition hall was very impressive”

“It was a great show. I was spoilt for choice, with the exhibition, conference and workshops sessions, it was difficult to fit everything into one day!” comments visitor Jeremy Murfitt, director at Everything is Somewhere Ltd.

Summing up his GEO Business experience, John Fraser, Director at Leica Geosytems, UK concludes “The UK needs a show like GEO business, Leica Geosystems thoroughly enjoyed being present and assisting in creating the professional and positive vibe which such a show deserves. Let’s make it bigger, better and even more of an enjoyable experience next year” and that is precisely what the organisers are working hard towards!

Don’t miss out!

GEO Business returns to The Business Design Centre in London on 27-28 May 2015.  It has attracted the leading technology and service providers from around the globe, the conference programme features experts within their respective fields presenting detailed reports and case studies on recent projects, the workshop programme will highlight some of the latest developments within the industry and incorporates an outside exhibit area featuring the latest in mobile mapping technology.  With such a full programme, there is no doubt as to why visitor registrations remain at a 50% increase from 2014. To discuss your participation at GEO Business in more detail, please contact Caroline Hobden chobden@divcom.co.uk or +44(0)1453 836363.  

 
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