IoT Event

ABOUT THE VENUE

THE ARTS BALLROOM

“The Arts Ballroom is where historical distinction meets contemporary style.”

Capturing the elegance of a bygone era, the Arts Ballroom is the perfect setting for IoTuesday. The venue boasts a magnificent Grand Ballroom, signature granite staircase, a mirrored Sylvania Room, and a Lounge & Mezzanine overlooking the full space. Located in the Avenue of the Arts District, blocks from City Hall and the Convention Center, the Arts Ballroom is a hidden gem amongst Philadelphia’s most distinguished institutions dedicated to arts, culture, education, and entertainment.

More on the Event

Philadelphia’s newest and brightest IoT Event will bring together key industry leaders and selling partners from across the globe for top-level subject matter and dialogue, in one of the nation’s top tech cities. Exploring the hottest innovations within the Internet of Things and covering the impact it has on many leading industries including Healthcare, Transportation, Logistics, Government, Energy and Automotive, this symposium is not to be missed.

IoTuesday will showcase groundbreaking technologies from exhibitors and provide insight from leading speakers sharing their unparalleled industry knowledge. Participants will also partake in valuable networking sessions during the conference.

Brought to you in part by IoT Global Providers and the East Coast’s leading technology master agency, Chorus Communications, creators of Who’s Who In Technology, The Carriers Ball, Technology Fall Forum, and Hair O’ the Dog.

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Meet our IoTUESDAY Moderator

Michelle Cafferty

Michelle Caffrey
Technology Reporter, Philadelphia Business Journal

Michelle Caffrey is a reporter at the Philadelphia Business Journal covering all things tech, higher ed and energy in Greater Philadelphia, with a strong focus on next-generation technologies, the inclusion of underrepresented voices in our economy, entrepreneurship and venture capital. Before joining the Business Journal in 2016, she spent five years at the South Jersey Times and NJ Advance Media reporting for NJ.com. Her coverage there spanned politics, crime, education, and business and earned multiple awards. She holds a B.A. in English from Drew University.

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