Smart Fabrics and Wearable Technology Conference is Next Week! April 23-25th

smart-fabrics-wearabel-tech-conference-2014-san-francisco-qtoothThe Smart Fabrics and Wearable Technology Conference is coming to San Francisco next week, April 23-25th. It’s not too late attend. If you are an entrepreneur, developer, hacker or just a fan who is interested in where one of the fastest growing sectors in the tech world is going… you should go!

The conference will bring together over 250 of the world’s top professionals in the smart fabrics and wearable technology industry for three days of networking, hands on experiences, and a chance to listen to the latest developments from a panel of renowned speakers. Here are a few of the previous speakers at this event:

smart-fabrics-wearable-tech-conference-2014-past-speakers-qtoothTo get the full experience of the Smart Fabrics & Wearable Technology 2014 conference  you really owe it to yourself to attend the E-Textiles Hack-A-Thon workshop, hosted by Dia Campbell and Pearce Melcher of Sparkfun Electronics. Spend the morning of April 23rd building, making, and experimenting with DIY e-textiles products. SparkFun will provide an expansive selection of products you are familiar with and introduce you to quite a few more. Collaboration is strongly encouraged, so be prepared to share your artistic and technical talents with your cohorts while you create your own designs. For more information on the hackathon click here.

There will also be a Shark Tank style Panel: Four pre-selected startups presenting a project to venture capitalists, crowd-funding and angel Investors.

You can check out the full agenda here.

This is your opportunity be able to meet face-to-face with smart fabric and wearable technology industry professionals from a variety of industrial disciplines, including textiles, technology, fashion, investment and military. Gain strategic insights from speakers that are changing the industry like Paul Litchfield of Reebok and Paul Brody of IBM.

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