Conference Solutions

IIMC has considerable experience designing and organising research and innovation workshops, conferences and policy and strategy meetings in Europe, Africa and Asia.

IIMC specialises in international technology research and innovation conferences leveraging double blind peer review processes and attracting participation from the public, private and education and research sectors across Europe and Africa. IIMC can take responsibility for

  • Identifying and qualifying potential venues for multi-track, multi-day conferences
  • Negotiating advantageous commercial terms to reduce financial risk
  • Establishing International Programme Committees representing public, private and education and research stakeholders
  • Managing double blind peer review processes and creating conference programmes
  • Identifying and inviting keynote presenters and high level policy roundtable participants
  • Editing Conference Proceedings and submission to IEEE Xplore
  • Securing political support and other forms of support from the public and private sectors

IIMC can also provide technology solutions to faciliate clients to manage the blind peer review process and registration process for their events.

IIMC organises two annual international Ministerial level technology research conferences, that are Supported by the European Commission, hosted by National Governments, Technical Co-Sponsored by IEEE and bring together senior representatives of leading public, private and education and research organsiations from around the world to share knowledge, experience, lessons learnt and good practices.

For further information, please click on eChallenges which rotates around Europe and IST-Africa which rotates around Africa.

Previous events organised by IIMC include: ICT-MobileSummit 2008 (Stockholm), ICT-MobileSummit 2009 (Santander), Future Network Summit 2010 (Florence), Future Network Summit 2011 (Warsaw), Future Network Summit 2012 (Berlin), Future Network Summit 2013 (Lisbon), eSkills Summit (26 – 28 July 2010, Cape Town) for Dept. of Communications, RSA