IMEX 2015 kicks off today

IMEX 2015 kicks off today (19 May) at Messe Frankfurt and is set to be the biggest since the show's launch in 2003.

IMEX, Frankfurt
IMEX, Frankfurt

IMEX 2015 will feature 3,500 exhibiting companies from more than 150 countries, including 55 new stands.

It all kicks off with a keynote speech at the opening ceremony from top business leader Bill McDermott, CEO of SAP, the world's largest business software company, before a programme of seminars, forums and meetings.

This year’s event includes new features such as a re-styled education programme with a dedicated health-and-wellbeing track and seminars in both English and German on sustainability and diversity.

Click here for C&IT’s full IMEX 2015 preview

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