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 13 September, for an exclusive live streamed deep dive into what’s next for wellness wearables.


Our live stream opens at 18:30 and the online event will begin at 19:00 on Tuesday 13 September.

So what?! Making wearable wellness data useful

Featuring Suzaan Sauerman, wearables entrepreneur (Jabra, Fitbit, Bellabeat, Pandora, Red Bull)

Our wearables produce so much data – but how much of it is useful? Suzaan’s career advising some of the biggest wearable brands has her laser-focussed on how the world’s 1bn body-worn sensors can start producing meaningful changes to our lives.

As wearables from the likes of Fitbit and Apple start to look at helping us de-stress and make changes to our lives – how can that be built with real affecting change in mind.

Suzaan will also show off her own wearables project – a smart bra built for women, by women.

Smart rings and the future of wellness wearables

Featuring Circular co-founders Amaury Kosman

We’re honoured to welcome Amaury Kosman, one of the founders of French smart ring start-up Circular, whose forthcoming smart ring is one of the most hotly anticipated wearables of 2022.

Amaury will be tripping over from Paris to talk about the challenges of making building a smart ring, a wellness platform – and why the finger could be the best place for future wearables.


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