Internet World UK (IW UK)

Venue: Earls Court

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: May 09, 2006 End Date/Time: May 11, 2006
Registration Date: May 06, 2006
Abstract Submission Date: Dec 10, 2005
Paper Submission Date: Feb 05, 2006
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Internet World
9-11 May 2006, Earls Court, London, UK
Business In The Digital Age

Internet World is the UK’s largest B2B internet event and has been running annually for the last 14 years.

After the hype and the despondency of the, bubble and burst, we have now entered the next phase of the internet. Growth: real growth, high growth and sustainable growth. Visit Internet World 2006 and you will find out how best to capitalise on this market opportunity. The event will illustrate ways you can improve your business’s performance and demonstrate the latest technologies of the industry.

Highlights for 2006

A keynote programme that will be made up of leading etail, retail and online trading companies including, msn, flybe, lastminute, firebox, ebookers and more to follow.

Internet World focuses on three main technology areas. New Media Marketing, Security/Connectivity and Enterprise Content Management.

Exhibitor areas include
Hosting – e.g. Rackspace, Qube, TDM.
Email Marketing – e.g. Etelligent, Adestra, Email Vision
Web Analytics – e.g. Nielsen/Netratings
Enterprise Content Management – e.g. Goss, Immediacy
Search Engine Optimisation – e.g. Media Run, Media Co
Ecommerce & Payments – e.g. E-Clear, Barclaycard, Secpay

adding to a list that is fast approaching 300 exhibitors.

Our Current partners include


Media Sponsors

The Guardian, Revolution, Marketing, CBR, Retail Tech, Retail Systems, Government Technology, Government Business, DM, European Reseller, PC Pro, Emarketer, MarketingSherpa, Chinwag, ITToolbox, The Register, Content Wire, Online ContentUK, ITProportal

Below are a few facts about the Internet World 2005 Event compiled by an Independent research company (Vivid Interface) recommended by the Association of Exhibition Organisers (AEO) – the website is

5,510 Internet decision makers attended in total, with an average annual budget of £414,952

80% Director or Manager level

91% Responsible for purchasing

66% don't go to any other exhibitions

64% rated the quality of the seminars either Excellent or Good with only 3% saying they were Poor

70% expect to buy from an exhibitor

49% said their budget would increase for 2005/6 with only 3% saying it would decrease

“I’ve already been to a couple of the New Media & Marketing seminars and they were very good.” Chris Hails, FT Business, Financial Times

“Internet World … helped Qube raise brand awareness and it looks likely that we will exceed our target of closing £150,000 of new business within 6 months of the show. It enabled Qube to speak to clients that we would not have spoken to otherwise.” Polly Arrowsmith, Director, Qube


Earls Court
United Kingdom