Top 10 Tech Expos & Events Around The World In 2020

2020 is expected to be a really big year for the Tech-world by the experts. A lot of Tech Expos or IT Events are meant to take place around the globe. Here, I’m telling you about the Top 10 Tech Expos happening around the world in 2020. These are the major technology conferences that every tech or IT enthusiast must try to look after and follow closely.

Top 10 Tech Events & Expos in 2020

Hundreds of Tech Expos, Conferences, Summits, Seminars, and Trade Shows take place around the globe every year. We tech-enthusiasts can never follow each and every one of them. So, here I’m providing you a list of Top 10 Must Visit TECH Events that will take place in 2020. If you cannot visit, you must at least follow them very closely to know about the happenings and the future of tech.

Such events provide a great opportunity to reach the top professionals of the field, network with similar minds, know about the upcoming technologies, and a platform to assist your career. Hence, visiting a good Tech Expo is often on the bucket-list of people interested in the tech world. You can choose any event from this list and plan your trip.

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1. Google Cloud Next

If you want to hear about the new and upcoming cloud services from Google executives, this might be the perfect event for you. It will take place in San Francisco, CA from 6th to 8th April 2020. It will have over 200 sessions and showings from many well-known speakers. This event will focus on broad themes like service scale and maturity, usable machine learning, and enterprise-friendliness while also covering up key topics like embracing the cloud, open-source, cloud-native architectures, and deep dives on Kubernetes and TensorFlow.

It may cost you around $1500 if you plan to attend this glorious event. Some of the popular names who will be active at this year’s conference are Mr. Thomas Kurian, Ms. Aparna Pappu, and many other big names.

2. Consumer Electronics Show (CES)

The Consumer Electronics Show, or more commonly known as CES, is the grandest stage for the initiation of upcoming technologies and innovations from around the globe. The 2020 Edition of CES is going to take place from 7th to 10th January in 2020 at Las Vegas, NV. This event is an amazing platform for all the folks who regularly engage in consumer technologies and upcoming generation of innovations.

It showcases products in the areas of 3D Printing, Augmented & Virtual Reality, Computer Hardware/Software/Services, and many more. Mr. Ed Bastian, the CEO of Delta Air Lines will be the keynote speaker at CES 2020. Apart from him, many well-known names of the tech world will attend this event. It may cost you around $900- $1,500 if you decide to attend this expo.


SHARE is a great event organized by the volunteers to help professionals enhance their skills, spread knowledge and increase the organizational efficiencies. They achieve this by following three main principles of this event-

  • Educate
  • Network
  • Influence

This event is a good solution to find Enterprise IT education. The 2020 Edition of SHARE will take place from 23rd to 28th of February in Fort Worth, TX. It may cost you around $750 if you purchase a one day badge, and $2,500 when you purchase a full-event ticket. It is a really great event for interactive meetups and networking and also having many valuable sessions from keynotes.

4. Oracle Openworld

Oracle organizes an annual convention known as Oracle Openworld. The 2020 Edition is going to be held on 12th and 13th February of 2020 in London, UK. It is an amazing convention for business decision-makers, IT management, and line-of-business end-users. This event explores all the major topics including commerce, Cloud, social engagement and supply chain management,  IT security, scalability concerns, big data, and business analytics, and many others.

OpenWorld focuses on sharing the latest tech and solutions to companies and individuals for their enhancement. If you plan to visit this event, the full-ticket with the Discover Pass will cost you around $1850.

5. Adobe Summit

Adobe Summit is another annual summit that offers valuable knowledge, insights, and innovations to the business owners, sales managers, servicemen or individual learners. The Adobe Summit 2020 is going to be held from 29th March to 2nd April of 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The ticket costs around $1695, and you may get it cheaper if you opt for early-bird pricing. The early-bird pricing is available from 15 December 2019.

Some of the well-known names that will be seen in this event are Satya Nadella (CEO Microsoft), Shantanu Narayen (CEO Adobe), Atticus Tusen (CIO Intuit), Hubert Joly (CEO Best Buy), and many others.

6. Dublin Tech Summit

The Dublin Tech Summit is an amazing event having sessions and showcases from the top professionals of the tech-world. The 2020 Edition will be a two-day event happening on the 22nd and 23rd of April, 2020, in Dublin, Ireland. If you decide to purchase the tickets on early-bird pricing, you will have to spend around $290. This event will focus on eight main themes strictly which are as follows-

  1. The Internet of Things
  2. Big Data
  3. FinTech
  4. Innovation
  5. MusicXTech
  6. Cloud Computing
  7. Artificial Intelligence
  8. Cyber Security

Last year, it gained over 10,000 in attendance, making it one of the biggest tech expos around the world. This year, over 250 Expert speakers are will be active at the summit in order to attract an even larger number of audiences from around the globe.

7. O’Reilly Strata Data & AI Conference

The O’Reilly Strata Data & AI Conference is going to be held from 15th March to 18th March in San Jose, CA, 20th to 23rd April 2020, in London, UK and in the month of September in New York. It is a unique tech event where leaders, practitioners, and innovators in IT and business connect and cover essential topics like cloud, compliance, AI, machine learning, security, privacy, streaming, and IoT.

If you register for a Bronze Pass of this event online, it will cost you around $885.

8. IBM Think

IBM Think is the annual conference organized by IBM where top global leaders in the tech-world connect and share their opinions and ideas. The IBM Think 2020 will take place from 4th May to 7th May in San Francisco. The main focus of this year’s event will be on AI, cloud, security and IT infrastructure. It will have over 200 sessions from the top keynotes from around the world, so people who have an interest in transforming industries and create better solutions must visit this conference.

If you decide to purchase the Discover Pass of this event, it will cost you around $995. Or, if you want to get a full-event pass, which comes with added advantages for professionals, it will cost you $1995. Ginni Rometty, the Chairman, President, and CEO of IBM is will be the highlight of this year’s editions.

9. Digital Enterprise Show

Digital Enterprise Show, or more commonly known as DES, is a popular tech event organized by the Digital World Congress. The DES 2020 will take place from 19th May to 21st May in Madrid, Spain. You can pre-register for the event from their website. It will showcase some of the most advanced technology and will connect innovative companies in AI, IoT, Blockchain, Cloud, Cybersecurity, AR/VR, Big Data, and Marketing Automation.

This year’s event will have over 20,000 attendees with more than 300 top tech companies from around the globe exhibiting their ideas and products.

10. Gartner Data and Analytics Summit

The Gartner Data & Analytics Summit is one of the leading tech expos where CDOs, D&A and Business Leaders gather and discuss how their organization realizes the full potential of their data analytics investments to drive revenue and reduce risk. The 2020 Edition will take place from 23rd to 26th March in Grapevine, TX. It will collect a unique, global community of D&A leaders from a broad range of industries, specialist D&A technology visionaries and providers, inspirational guest speakers and respected analysts.

The early-bird pricing is available from January 24, 2020, and will cost around $3,150-$3,825 depending upon the type of pass you opt for.

Some More Tech Expos to Keep an Eye on in 2020

That’s all.

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