Now in its eighth year, the annual Wolves Summit gathers some 3500 attendees in the Palace of Culture and Science where they share ideas, pitch their technology, and meet with potential partners and investors over two intense, business-focused days.
For Kissane, the Wolves Summit is an opportunity to pitch Cosmo Tech’s transformational software solutions to a Central and Eastern European audience.
“The Wolves Summit positions itself as a multinational bridge between tech companies, investors and corporations,” he explains. “I was proud when Cosmo Tech was invited to attend this year, and I am looking forward to putting our technology on display in Warsaw.”
As well as hosting a series of keynote speakers and roundtable sessions, the Wolves Summit offers companies the chance to organise business meetings with other attendees. In advance of the event, Cosmo Tech has proved popular, with corporate executives and decision makers requesting meetings to discuss Cosmo Tech’s Augmented Intelligence for Asset Optimization solutions.
“Complex industrial challenges are not unique to one country or one industry, so it is no surprise that decision makers in industries ranging from energy and transportation to telecommunications and banking are reaching out to learn more about Cosmo Tech,” Kissane said.
Cosmo Tech’s expanding international agenda is testament to the companies growing profile as a key player in Augmented Intelligence. The 2018 Wolves Summit in Warsaw comes just two weeks before another major event for the company in Central Europe, the European Utility Week in Vienna, Austria, and a starring role at the 2018 Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal, where company co-founder and Executive Chairman Michel Morvan will deliver a keynote address.