Wearables London


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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 the ‘age of context’ will impact our digital lives. We do that by networking with like-minded individuals, being inspired by great entrepreneurs and being informed by industry executives.

Presented by Wareable and kindly supported by Audiowings and Techspace, we aim to empower you. Irrespective of whether you’re an engineer, entrepreneur, executive or investor. Our focus is equipping you with the tools, knowledge and network you need to succeed.

Join us on this page at 19:00 on the 28th June, for an exclusive live streamed deep dive into what’s next for wearables.


A utopian future of wearables is closer than you think | Andrew Rickman, (CEO Rockley Photonics)

Dr Andrew Rickman OBE is the founder and chief executive officer of UK Rockley Photonics. Rockley’s “clinic on the wrist” biosensor is capable of tracking hydration, blood glucose, alcohol levels and blood pressure.


Femtech and Wearables – A bleak past, but hopeful future | Issy Towell (Wearables analyst @ CCS Insight)

Issy graduated from Cambridge University in 2020 with a degree in management studies. She is responsible for CCS Insight’s research into wearable devices.


The Wearable Museum: The tech that got us here | Ben Wood (Chief Analyst @ CCS Insight) and James Stables( Founder @ Wareable)

Ben Wood is Chief Analyst and CMO at CCS Insight, covering smartphones, wearables, XR, smart home & more. He is also the founder of the Smartphone Museum. And will also be bringing with him a collection of wearables that are part of the Mobile Phone Museum, a charity project founded by Ben and others. James Stables is founder of Wareable, the biggest site covering the wearables industry, and reviews of the latest devices.


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