BlackBerry is all set to kick off their world tour for 2019 and has now opened up registration for the events across all locations. This year, they'll be hosting 10 events around the world, and the agendas are packed with plenty of sessions, and a sneak peek into what's coming next for the BlackBerry products and services.
The BlackBerry World Tour is coming to major cities across the globe, offering a hands-on experience for business leaders and technology professionals. Discover how BlackBerry is enabling enterprises and government to become hyper-connected while protecting sensitive information and communications. From AI-driven cybersecurity and secure IoT, to next-gen enterprise technologies and services, this is your opportunity to hear from industry leadership and BlackBerry experts.
- Japan - Sept. 11
- London - Oct. 1-2
- The Hague - Oct. 8
- Ottawa - Oct. 16
- New York - Oct. 23 -24
- Washington, DC - Oct. 30
- Toronto - Nov. 7
- Frankfurt - Nov. 12
- Singapore - Nov. 19
- Sydney - Nov. 21
If you're looking to learn more about each event, view the agenda or register, you can check out the BlackBerry World Tour 2019 site right here. You'll probably want to register as soon as possible as the spots do fill up rather quickly. Will you be attending? Let me know.
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