The global wearables market is estimated to grow at a compound annual rate of 35 percent over the next five years, with smartwatches leading the charge. But where is the technology headed, and what will it take for wearables to become mainstream? With the proliferation of smart devices, what are business and legal best practices for companies that create and sell wearables? To lend their insight into this burgeoning market, Kelley Drye Senior Associate Kristi Wolff will participate in a Wearable Computing panel at the upcoming Women in Technology International Summit.
The Women In Technology International (WITI) Summit, May 31-June 2, 2015 is the annual gathering of tech-savvy women, held in the heart of Silicon Valley. Executive women, entrepreneurs and technology thought leaders from around the world converge to collaborate on innovative solutions to common business challenges; explore new business opportunities that underscore how technology is powering change; and build and expand strong connections in a welcoming networking environment of women committed to helping each other succeed. Kelley Drye is thrilled that two of our attorneys have been invited to participate at this conference. Their session will occur on Monday, June 1 from 3:15-4:15 PM at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in San Jose. To see the full conference schedule, click here.