CloserStill Media has announced that Tech Show Paris 2023 surpassed previous attendance records, drawing over 10,700 attendees.
This represents a 22% increase from the previous year. This growth underscores the event’s status as a premier technology conference.
Unprecedented Growth and Dynamic Engagement
The event featured 270 exhibitors, over 290 speakers, and 52 partners, highlighting its significant influence in the tech industry.
The ‘Connect at Tech Show Paris’ platform facilitated over 13,800 interactions, promoting networking and collaboration among attendees.
Sessions including keynotes and panel discussions saw participation from more than 8,100 individuals, marking a 46% increase from 2022.
These sessions spanned a variety of current and emerging tech topics, reflecting the event’s commitment to addressing the industry’s evolving landscape.
Alice MacGregor, Head of Marketing and Content for Tech (Europe) at CloserStill Media, said: “The numbers clearly show a huge appetite for learning about and investing in technology.
“Tech Show Paris has firmly established itself as the prime destination for those looking to engage with the latest technological advancements and innovative solutions,” she added.
Significant Media Coverage and Corporate Presence
The event’s reach was amplified by media partners like BFM Business, Le Nouvel Economiste, and Les Echos Entreprises.
Industry giants like L’Oreal, Airbus, BNP Paribas, Air France, Chanel, and NASA were in attendance.
This highlighted the conference’s role as a key meeting point for business and tech leaders.
Leading Sessions and Future Focus
Tech Show Paris 2023 featured several high-profile discussions, including a panel on the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic games, and a keynote by Joe Foster of NASA on digital transformation.
Joe Foster, Cloud Computing Program Manager at NASA, stressed the importance of keeping pace with technological changes.
Foster said: “I think it’s very important to attend the show because technology is changing and accelerating. If you’re not keeping up and staying relevant with the changing of technology, then you’re falling behind.”
The event also focused on inclusive leadership, with a panel of female leaders from Apple, Spotify, and Women at LinkedIn. The panel was moderated by Caroline Ramade from 50inTech.
Cybersecurity in healthcare was discussed, featuring companies from Sesan, Doctolib, and CERT Santé.
Tech Show Paris also covered data science sessions by FIFA and the French Federation of Rugby.
Emmanuelle Olivié-Paul, CEO & Founder of Advaes, attended Tech Show Paris to introduce a new eco-responsibility barometer for solution providers, enhancing sustainability insights in tech.
AI in focus for 2024
Looking forward, Tech Show Paris 2024 will concentrate on AI, delving into its impact across various sectors.
This future theme promises to make the event a vital forum for discussing the transformative role of AI and technology in business and daily life.