Palais des Festivals, Cannes
Every year in November, professionals from digital trust technologies take centre stage at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes for TRUSTECH.
The three-day event was first held over 30 years ago under the name of Cartes Secure Connexions, with the aim to promote the new-born technology of smart cards. In 2016, its name was changed to TRUSTECH to better reflect the way the industry has evolved.
The leading event in its field, TRUSTECH now focuses on digital trust-based technologies, covering themes such as digital identity, new payment mechanisms, biometrics and the greater adoption of artificial intelligence (AI).
Key industry players from the most important companies in payment, identification and security are always in attendance, forming part of the exhibitor zone as well as the keynote stage programme and dedicated conference sessions.
More than 11,000 participants from around 140 countries can be expected each year, with delegates from governments, public security, banks, payment institutions, security enterprises and the retail industry.
One top way to maximise the exposure of your company at TRUSTECH is to rent a luxury charter yacht with a prime berth in the Old Port of Cannes, which is located next to the Palais des Festivals.
This will provide an unrivalled base right at the heart of the event for your company to host business meetings, seminars, presentations, lunches, dinners and parties. A yacht can be heavily branded to give a company the highest profile possible and there is no better way to impress fellow attendees.
For more information on planning a TRUSTECH yacht charter, speak to your preferred charter broker.
LOCAL DESTINATION INFORMATION
Backed by gentle hills and flanked to the southwest by the rugged cliffs and wild rivers of the Corniche d’Esterel, the exuberant seaside town of Cannes has become a sybaritic haven for those looking to escape in unrivalled luxury. Famed for its Fifties status as a millionaires playground and the glittering annual film festival, it still retains the charm, glamour and allure of its heyday.