Thursday, 3 November 2011

Coconnex Powers UK's Largest International Technology Event

TechWorld, UK’s largest international technology event hosted by UK Trade and Investment uses Coconnex pioneering event technology to help showcase British businesses
Coconnex was a natural choice for this prestigious event as it is a good example of the latest digital engagement technology created by a pioneering British company. The Coconnex suite supports the complete event lifecycle and also meets UK Trade & Investment’s very specific and strict requirements.
The comprehensive solution includes a number of key modules;
The Coconnex Interactive Floor Plan allows exhibitors to select and books their stands online. The Interactive Floor Plan is also an essential visitor tool, allowing them to search for relevant exhibitors, book sessions and create a completely personalised plan for their visit. It ensures visitors make maximum use of their time at the event.
Networking and One2One business meetings are a key feature of the event and the Coconnex Networking Accelerator allows conference delegates to network and pre-arrange meetings in a special meeting zone.
The exclusive Mobile Website Application and SMS messaging features are also being provided for delegates to better manage their visit schedule.
“There’s so much talent in the UK as events like this prove. It’s great to be helping promote fellow entrepreneurs and leading edge technology businesses to a global audience” said Chandresh Pala, Coconnex Managing Director.
TechWorld takes place on 16 – 17 November 2011 at ExCeL, London, where Coconnex will be at stand number 128. For more information visit the event website at

About Coconnex
Coconnex is a UK based pioneering Software as a Service (SaaS) provider for exhibition and conference organisers. Coconnex helps event organisers to increase event profitability as well as enriching the visitor experience. Coconnex will be at stand number 128. For more information visit us at

Coconnex is a part of the Cohezia group of companies.

TechWorld (16 – 17 November 2011, ExCel, London), hosted by UK Trade & Investment and now in its 6th successful year, is the UK’s largest international technology event. Last year’s event saw more than 450 international investors from 50 countries meet with UK delegates and exhibitors from technology, science and research and development. In excess of 3000 one-to-one meetings were conducted and 45% of UK business attendees expected to generate revenue from international markets as a direct result of the event.
This year the event is focused on helping UK technology and science entrepreneurs increase overseas trade, access critical research and development and identify new markets for growth.
TechWorld 2011 Event Website :

UK Trade & Investment is the government department that helps UK-based companies succeed in the global economy. We also help overseas companies bring their high quality investment to the UK’s economy – acknowledged as Europe’s best place from which to succeed in global business. UK Trade & Investment offers expertise and contacts through its extensive network of specialists in the UK, and in British embassies and other diplomatic offices around the world. We provide companies with the tools they require to be competitive on the world stage. For more information on UK Trade & Investment, visit Trade & or telephone +44 (0)20 7215 8000.
For latest press releases, visit the online newsroom at http://www.uktrade/ & . You can also keep in touch with developments at UK Trade & Investment through Trade &
For further information please contact
Mr. Nick Paul
4 Emperor's Gate,
Kensington, London, UK

Tel : +44 (0)845 301 3334
The event which runs from 16 – 17 November 2011, at ExCeL, London, will bring together technology businesses, organisations and academics from Britain to showcase their products and share experiences with 500 handpicked international delegates. It will also include One2One business meetings, an exhibition, Business Innovation Awards, two-day conference and ExploreExport workshops.
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