LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--With one week till Apps World Europe the show has broken all records and exceeded expectations with more than 11,000 delegates pre-registered and a further 2,000 expected in the final week.
The show, which will take place at London’s Earls Court from 22-23 October, will comprise two days of conference streams and keynote speakers that include former Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and EA founder Trip Hawkins.
With 12 conference streams ranging from gaming to enterprise and droid, five of which are free, the show promises to deliver on the needs of developers and mobile professionals alike.
The show will also feature three industry hackfests - Auto Hackfest, TV Hackfest and Apps Hackfest -- where developers will be busy coding to win a share of more than £10,000 worth of prizes. Entry to the hackathons, which is free, is still open.
For those interested in hearing about the next big thing the start-up village will also be a must-see stop offering exciting and new innovation from fresh, up-and-coming talent. The Indie Games Zone meanwhile will showcase independent and solo games developers demonstrating their games and gaming strategies to press and visitors.
The show will also recognise industry talent with the Appsters – Apps World’s awards event -- which will take place at Kensington Roof Gardens on the evening of the first day, hosted by comedian Simon Evans.
Apps World founder Ian Johnson said: “We are delighted with the interest in the event and that for the fourth year in a row we have almost doubled in size. Apps World aims to bring together the very latest in apps developments and thinking under one roof – allowing visitors the chance to see and meet best of breed companies that can help them grow and develop. The apps ecosystem is a hugely exciting, but rapidly growing industry, and staying on top of industry developments is key.”
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Now in its fourth year, the Apps World event series has grown to be one of the leading global multi-platform events in the mobile industry with annual events held in both San Francisco and London. Read more at http://www.apps-world.net, read the show blog or catch up via Twitter: @apps_world