The new CEBIT is divided into four main sections:
d!conomy – dedicated to the digitization of business and government.
d!tec – focusing on the digital future, emerging technologies, disruptive business models and new value-creation networks.
d!talk – a conference program covering diverse economic, political and social issues revolving around digitization.
d!campus – “the beating heart of the show,” offering immersive experiences in digital technology, entertainment, opportunities for one-on-one interaction and street food.
“It’s going to be more fun and entertaining, more astonishing, brighter and bolder, and open up new vistas like never before – at times even in an intentionally provocative way,” says Deutsche Messe Managing Board member Oliver Frese. The show will be “a lead-generating powerhouse, delivering win-win outcomes and added value” for participating companies and organizations, he adds. CEBIT is also making a major effort to target the “Generation Y” crowd, which Frese says is “now surging onto the marketplace, brimming with confidence and bright new ideas.”
Representatives of Germany Trade & Invest will attend and be available for any inquiries. “Nowhere else do we have the opportunity to talk to such a vast selection of companies of the digital economy, build up our network in ICT and learn about new trends in one place,” says Isabel da Silva Matos, Senior Manager, Investor Consulting at GTAI.