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Welcome to Wearables London. The best place to understand more about the main trends impacting wearables and the Internet of Things.

We’re a community of tech enthusiasts exploring how technology is impacting our digital lives.

Weareables London is a chance to hear cutting edge speakers from the wearables industry, and network with like-minded individuals, entrepreneurs and industry leaders.

Presented by Wareable and kindly supported by Audiowings and Techspace, we want to create a thriving wearables community packed with insight and discussion. Our focus is equipping you with the tools, knowledge and network you need to succeed.

Join us on this page at 19:30 on the 26 October, for an exclusive live streamed exploration of the platforms that are evolving wearables away from the wrist. To other devices, that bring rich sensory applications to different parts of the body.


Our live stream opens at 19:15 and the online event will begin at 19:30 on Wednesday 26 October.

– Leveraging the smartwatch, to shape the future of Wearables – Pankaj Kedia (Global Business Head, Smart Wearables @ Qualcomm)

Pankaj leads the Smart Wearables and Shareables segment for Qualcomm. Having incubated Qualcomm’s Wearables segment over 6 years ago, he has grown it to one of the leading platforms in the industry. Shipping over 250 products in over 100 countries for countless brands.

With a front row seat to the development of wearables over the last 7 years, Pankaj will share Qualcomm’s vision on the convergence of wearables with different industries and applications. To empower communities globally. And with the recent launch of the Snapdragon W5 and W5+,

Pankaj will share how Qualcomm are working with partners like Google and Oppo. To bring this exciting vision to fruition.

– Marrying the traditions of watchmaking with the innovation of technology – Felix Obschonka (Category Director, New Technologies @ Montblanc)

For the last 8 years, Felix has been responsible for the Wearables division within Montblanc. Shaping the evolution of their Summit smart timepieces, Felix has recently overseen the global launch of the Summit 3.

Powered by Snapdragon Wear and with Wear OS at it’s core, Felix will share the lessons he has learned. Infusing agile methodologies and a digital first mentality within a storied known for its quality craftsmanship. Whilst sharing his thoughts on how Montblanc and the rest of the industry can evolve. To become our true digital companion.


Please click on a speaker to read their biography.


If you are experiencing any issues and would like to speak to us please contact Paul Rushworth on +44 (0)7709 145 234 or email paul@narrowcastmedia.co.uk.

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