September 29, 2023
In September, Timspark employees attended five prominent IT industry events across Europe, and we’re excited to share their insights and experiences with you.
Date: September 12–13
Location: Jaarbeurs Utrecht
Big Data Expo 2023 was an exciting opportunity to dive into the world of fascinating data companies and engage with some remarkable minds.
Reflecting on these two days, here is what our colleagues Konstantin and Ilya shared with us:
“Over the course of two days, we conducted more than twenty meetings, reconnected with our partners, and explored potential future collaborations,” said Ilya Boroda, Timspark’s Head of Presales. “Some of these encounters marked our first face-to-face meetings, providing a tangible connection reaffirming our shared interests. Additionally, we forged new partnerships during the exhibition, recognizing the mutual potential for cooperation.”
“During these intensive two days, we outlined future steps in all three areas of focus. In certain cases, we have already scheduled discussions to delve into specific details of upcoming projects next week,” added Konstantin Kariapin, Timspark’s VP of Business Development.
2. All About Automation: Navigating the future of technology
Date: September 13–14
Location: Wetzlar, Germany
Our representative, Olga Karpova, had some profound insights to share from the #allaboutautomation event:
“In the ever-evolving landscape of technology and automation, one thing remains crystal clear: robots are not people,” says Olga Karpova, our Regional Business Development Director in Europe. “While they have certainly revolutionized industries with their efficiency and precision, they are far from perfect. Robots constantly break down, demand human attention, and lack the ability to operate autonomously without human presence. However, there’s a way to navigate this landscape wisely and outperform your competitors: for instance, by choosing cutting-edge custom development solutions from Timspark.”
3. EMO Hannover: Exploring the world of industrial equipment
Date: September 18–23
Location: Hannover, Germany
The Timspark team made a strong presence at EMO Hannover, catching up with industry leaders and forging new connections.
“The exhibition left me amazed by its scale and the active interaction among all participants. The showcased equipment has the potential to change the world, provided you know where to find the leverage point,” says Olga Karpova, our Regional Business Development Director in Europe. “It’s heartening to witness how future partners discover each other and actively engage in these integrations. Nowhere else will you find such a vast assortment of drills available in all sizes and formats.”
4. DMEXCO – Marketing meeting innovation
Date: September 20–21
Location: Köln, Germany
The DMEXCO – Digital Marketing Expo & Conference event was impressively vast, spanning three halls and offering numerous opportunities for collaboration.
“In two days, we held over 40 meetings,” shared Hanna Strashynskaya, Chief Strategy & Marketing Officer at Timspark. “Many discussions revolved around potential partnerships, with numerous companies showcasing referral programs and actively seeking collaboration. It’s safe to say that we’ll be leaving this conference with a host of new connections and the intention to nurture these relationships.”
“Our meetings with Mondu, Talon.One, Mazing, Pimcore, and Supermetrics, left a positive impression,” added Ilya Boroda, Head of Presales at Timspark. “There’s potential for collaboration in the Power BI domain and beyond.”
5. IoT Tech Expo World Series: Navigating the IoT landscape
Location: Amsterdan, Netherlands
The IoT Tech Expo World Series event in Amsterdam provided a specialized platform for exploring IoT hardware, software, and consulting solutions.
“In total, we had over 20 meetings during the event. We had the pleasure of connecting with a diverse array of participants,” said Hanna Strashynskaya, Chief Strategy & Marketing Officer at Timspark. “For our next visit, I would like us to consider having a booth where we could better present our case studies and services or bring team members who have worked on IoT projects.”