Europe’s only dedicated event for the kiosk industry
28th of September 2017
Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, London N1 0QH
Kiosk Summit London is Europe’s only dedicated event for organisations and individuals, who utilize self-service technology to interact with their clients, streamline their customer journey and gain increased efficiency by using cutting edge interactivity.
Kiosk Summit brings all of the industries thought leaders together in one place and consist of education, networking and debate. It will provides an open forum for deployers, integrators and users of self-service technologies to be inspired by and learn from the best in the business.
Kiosk Summit is organised by LGN Media Ltd. LGN Media is a well known publisher and event organiser within the technology sector. Based in the heart of Cambridgeshire’s Silicon Fen, It’s team have a well know pedigree within the self-service sector.
The Business Design Centre is located in the heart of Islington with easy access to and from Central London by public transport. Surrounded by restaurants and bars the Business Design Centre is in the ideal location bordering North and Central London making it easily accessible by any means.
Driving to the venue is simple as we are located just outside the congestion charge zone on the A1.
Upper Street Car Park
• Located next to the Business Design Centre and Hilton Hotel
• With 250 spaces all undercover
• Facilities for disabled and electric vehicle charging.
• Open 24/7 with full CCTV and on site security
• Free bicycle parking
• Dedicated motorcycle bays
• Maximum height 1.9m
• Pre-booking your parking to guarantee space availability
(booking fee applies)
There are many ways to get to the venue including the use of both buses and both the London underground and overground. The nearest tube station Angel, is a five minute walk away allowing you to travel to the Central London within minutes. Just a little further in the opposite direction is Highbury and Islington with great underground and overground connections.
There are many bus stops near the venue which cover several routes in and around London. Please click here for the journey planner to plan your trip.
As well as buses, cycling is another popular form of transport used to get to and from the venue. In terms of bike hire there are several Santander Cycle Hire stations located in Islington should you wish to rent one.
To reach us please use Postcode N1 0PW.
Kiosk Summit 2017 is the only dedicated event for the self-service industry within the UK and presents a fantastic opportunity for integrators and manufacturers of self service technology to reach those responsible for it’s deployment and management.
Exhibition space at Kiosk Summit 2017 is available on a strictly first come first served basis.
All exhibitors will receive the following:
We will be offering 3 headline sponsorship packages for the event. These will also include:
Please check back soon for more details on the seminars
Stanford Rusike - Verifone UK and Ireland
Julian Rooney - Cammax
Dean Ward - Evoke Interactive
William Raccine - IER
The Future of Self-Service at the Airport
The historical self-service kiosk: CUSS (Common Use Self Service) is changing rapidly. This presentation examines how its application has changed and how new disruptive technologies are changing the way customers interact. The presentation will also include customer case studies examples of how this game changing technology is influencing the market
Adrian Thompson - imageHOLDERS
What does a successful kiosk roll out look like?
A Ladbrokes Coral Case Study
Adrian Thompson, CEO at imageHOLDERS will discuss the ups and downs of a successful kiosk roll out, and the importance of disrupting industries with new technology.
Graeme Derby - Pyramid Computer GmbH
Kiosks, Are they nice solutions looking for a problem, or genuine improvements in customer experience?
Does the kiosk industry, need to spend more time and resource thinking about the end user and less about the client? Too often we run the risk of creating nice kiosks, which look the part but don't address the real need for the customer. This presentation will focus on how this problem can be addressed.