“[IQT]...has quickly become the quantum industry’s leading conference.” —ZDNET

Fall

Inside Quantum Technology


NEW YORK CITY
October 25-27, 2022


The World’s Quantum Cybersecurity Event

  • 3 Days
  • 80+ Speakers
  • 34 Sessions
  • In-Person
  • Complete Coverage of QUANTUM CYBERSECURITY

Diamond Sponsor:

PQ

Vertical Sponsors: (to date)

Inside Quantum Technology

Quantum Cybersecurity

IQT Fall New York 2022 is the first international conference and exhibition focused on QUANTUM CYBERSECURITY. Nine vertical topics encompassing more than 40 panels and talks, curated by IQT Research's Lawrence Gasman, will provide attendees with a deep understanding on the current impact of quantum technology on cybersecurity and how it will evolve. Cybersecurity is of growing importance to business, government, and the intelligence/military in a world of hacking and geopolitical instability. IQT Fall 2022 will be primarily “in person” (limited virtual participation available) to ensure maximum networking and discussion missing from larger hybrid events.

(Exclusive sponsorships available for each of the 9 vertical topics as well as the overall sponsorship for the entire event: apply to info@3drholdings.com)

October 25, 2022

  • Session 1: QKD and QRNG: Cybersecurity with Quantum Hardware

    Topic Sponsor

  • Session 2: Post-Quantum Cryptography: Evolution of Standards and Products
  • Session 3: The Future Quantum-Safe Enterprise

October 26, 2022

  • Session 4: Quantum Safe in the Government: Military, Intelligence Agencies and Civil Government

    Topic Sponsor

  • Session 5: Quantum Safe Networks: Telephone Companies, Smart Grids and Quantum Networks
  • Session 6: Quantum Cybersecurity and the Computer Industry: Hardware, Software and Services

October 27, 2022

  • Session 7: Quantum Cybersecurity in the Financial Services Industry Providers

    Topic Sponsor

  • Session 8: Quantum Safe and Cryptocurrencies
  • Session 9: How important will quantum safe be to the cybersecurity industry?

“Right now, ‘preparing for quantum computing’ means evaluating your cryptographic infrastructure. Given that infrastructure changes are difficult, expensive, and slow, it makes sense to prepare for quantum-safe cryptography now. Quantum-safe cryptography is cryptography that can’t be broken by quantum computers — it does not require quantum computers.”

—Mike Loukides, O’Reilly Media

In-Person Format

Limited virtual participation available

  • Three days (October 25-27, 2022) — schedule based on Eastern time
  • 80+ speakers (In-Person and Online)
  • 6+ hours of live sessions each day
  • All sessions to be archived and available through 30 November 2022
Learn more on our FAQ page
Quantum Adopters Survey Report by Zapata Computing Source: The First Annual Report on Enterprise Quantum Computing Adoption by Zapata Computing

“IQT RESEARCH has forecast that the great leap forward for quantum technology will take place as quantum cybersecurity and quantum safe environments are adopted in major businesses and government organizations. As this happens the IT community and data communications firms will embrace the quantum paradigm.”

—IQT Research

Who Should Attend

Quantum-Safe Environments
Quantum Photonics in the Data Center
Materials & Drug Discovery
QKD & Quantum Networking
Post-Quantum Encryption
Cryptocurrency
Quantum Computing
QRNGs
Quantum Clouds
Quantum Sensors
Essential Infrastructure
AI & Machine Learning
Healthcare
Fintech
R&D
Defense & Intelligence
Oil & Gas
Aerospace
Automotive
Venture Capital

Speakers

(to date)
In the meantime see our speaker roster from our previous conference, please visit here.

Melchior

Aelmans

Chief Architect, Juniper Networks

Krzysztof

Appelt

CFO and Business Development Manager, RANDAEMON

Catarina

Bastos

Account Manager for Defence, Deimos Engenharia

Vince

Berk

Chief Revenue and Strategy Officer, Quantum Xchange

Christopher

Bishop

Chief Reinvention Officer, Improvising Careers

Peter

Bordow

Senior Vice President, Principal Archiitect
Post Quantum Cryptography, Quantum Systems & Emerging Technology Leader
Information and Cyber Security – Emerging Technologies
Wells Fargo & Company

Rosario

Cammarota

Principal Engineer, and Chief Scientist of Privacy-Enhanced Computing Research, Intel Labs

Robert

Campbell

Independent Consultant and Security Researcher, Med CyberSecurity

Michael

Cubeddu

Co-founder, Aliro Quantum

Esperanza

Cuenca Gomez

Head of Strategy and Outreach, Multiverse Computing

Sunny “Dos”

Dosanjh

Kees

Eijkel

Business Development Director, QuTech, Delft University of Technology Conference Chairperson

Roger A.

Grimes

Data-Driven Defense Evangelist, KnowBe4, Inc

Marc

Hulzebos

Business Innovation Officer, Eurofiber Group

Bruno

Huttner

Director of Strategic Quantum Initiatives, and Quantum Key Distribution Expert, ID Quantique

Yoann

Jestin

CEO and co-founder, Ki3 Photonics

Konstantinos

Karagiannis

Director, Quantum Computing Services, Protiviti

Paul

Kassebaum

Technical Director, Public Sector, SandboxAQ

Robert

Liscouski

President and CEO, Quantum Computing Inc.

Andrew

Lord

Ryan

McKenney

Attorney, Orrick’s Cyber, Privacy & Data Innovation Practice Group
Co-founder and Vice Chair, Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C’s) Law Committee

Ashish

Mehta

Chair, Blockchain Working Group, Cloud Security Alliance

Dustin

Moody

Mathematician, Computer Security Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Michele

Mosca

CEO and Co-founder, evolutionQ Inc.

Holly

Neiweem

Chief Finance and Operating Officer, Quantum Xchange

Michael

Osborne

CTO, IBM Quantum Safe, IBM Zurich Lab

Ben

Packman

Senior Vice President, Strategy, PQShield

Ludovic

Perret

Co-founder, CPO, CryptoNext Security

Marco

Pistoia

Managing Director, Head of FLARE, Distinguished Engineer, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

John

Prisco

President and Chief Executive Officer, Safe Quantum Incorporated

Ingrid

Romijn

Program Manager and Division Coordinator, Quantum Internet, QuTech

Gina

Scinta

Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies

Taro

Shimada

Representative Executive Officer, President and Chief Executive Officer, Toshiba Corporation

Max

Sich

Thomas

Stengel

Senior Director of QRNG Business Development, ID Quantique

Connor

Teague

VP of Talent, Quantum Futures

Andrew

Thain

Quantum Communications Expert, AIRBUS

Laura

Thomas

VP, Corporate Strategy, ColdQuanta

Michael

Vermeer

Physical Scientist, RAND Corporation

Kosta

Vilk

Founder and CXO, SVP Customer Experience

Schedule

Opening of Conference
Diamond Sponsor Keynote: NIST’s Cat Is Now Out Of The Box, How Do We Start The Quantum Migration?

Speaker: Andersen Cheng - CEO, Post-Quantum

Session 1: QKD and QRNG: Cybersecurity with Quantum Hardware This session will focus on the roadmap for quantum security threat and the evolution of QKD/QRNG hardware to combat it. It will also discuss how such solutions will fit into the current cybersecurity market.
Session Keynote

Speaker: Krzysztof Appelt - CFO and Business Development Manager, RANDAEMON

Talk 1: The Quantum Computing Threat: The Road to Quantum Insecurity

Speaker: John Prisco - President and Chief Executive Officer, Safe Quantum Incorporated

Talk 2: Quantum Safe Future

Speaker: David Shaw - Director, Fact Based Insight

Panel 1: Evolution of QKD Technology and QKD Chips

Moderator: Doug Finke - Consulting Analyst & Managing Editor, IQT Research & Quantum Computing Report

Speaker 1: Yoann Jestin - CEO and co-founder, Ki3 Photonics

Speaker 2: Bruno Huttner - Director of Strategic Quantum Initiatives, and Quantum Key Distribution Expert, ID Quantique

Speaker 3: Max Sich - CEO and Co-Founder, AegiQ Ltd.

Talk 3: QRNGs, IoTs and Quantum Safe Mobile Communications

Speaker: Thomas Stengel - Senior Director of QRNG Business Development, ID Quantique

Talk 4: Policy and Market Factors Shaping the QKD/QRNG Market

Speaker: Ramy Shelbaya - Co-founder and CEO, Quantum Dice

Session 2: Post-Quantum Cryptography: Evolution of Standards and Products This session will provide a roadmap of how conventional cryptography will adapt to the quantum threat in the form of PQC. We will look at the all-important evolution of PQC standards and what future PQC products (including PQC chips) will look like.
Session Keynote
Talk 1: Opportunities and Challenges in Creating “Big Enough” Quantum Computers

Speaker: Robert Sutor - VP of Corporate Development, ColdQuanta

Talk 2: Preparing for Post-Quantum Critical Infrastructure

Speaker 1: Michael Vermeer - Physical Scientist, RAND Corporation

Speaker 2: Edward Parker - Physical Scientist, RAND Corporation

Panel 1: PQC Products: Who Will Use Them and When?

Moderator: Reza Azarderakhsh - CEO and Founder of PQSecure and Professor at FAU

Speaker 1: Michele Mosca - CEO and Co-founder, evolutionQ Inc.

Speaker 2: Ludovic Perret - Co-founder, CPO, CryptoNext Security

Speaker 3: Rosario Cammarota - Principal Engineer, and Chief Scientist of Privacy-Enhanced Computing Research, Intel Labs

Speaker 4: Ben Packman - Senior Vice President, Strategy, PQShield

Talk 3: The Future of PQC

Speaker: Dustin Moody - Mathematician, Computer Security Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Session 3: The Future Quantum-Safe Enterprise The jury is out on how the quantum data center will be made secure. This session will look at how the various types of quantum cybersecurity will be melded together to create the future quantum-safe enterprise environment.
Session Keynote
Talk 1: Blockchain and RSA: Timeline for the Apocalypse

Speaker: Konstantinos Karagiannis - Director, Quantum Computing Services, Protiviti

Talk 2: Quantum-Safe Storage in the Data Center

Speaker: Marc Kaplan - CEO, VeriQloud

Talk 3: Understanding the Drivers for Action to Mitigate the Quantum Risk

Speaker: Itan Barmes - Cyber Risk Services, Deloitte

Panel 1: Building Quantum-Safe Strategies for the Enterprise

Moderator: David Shaw - Director, Fact Based Insight

Speaker 1: Vince Berk - Chief Revenue and Strategy Officer, Quantum Xchange

Speaker 2: Taher Elgamal - CTO, Security, Salesforce

Speaker 3: Paul Kassebaum - Technical Director, Public Sector, SandboxAQ

Session 4: Quantum Safe in the Government: Military, Intelligence Agencies and Civil Government In the current geopolitical environment governmental organizations around the world are in the considerable need of quantum cybersecurity. Many of the potential bad actors at the governmental level are likely to have access to quantum computers at a time when hackers – once a minor inconvenience – have become a major weapon. In this session, we will explore how quantum technology can mitigate the threat to governmental organizations of various kinds and current quantum cybersecurity policy formation in the U.S. and elsewhere.
Session Keynote
Talk 1: How to Comply with the National Security Memo on Quantum Computing

Speaker: Gina Scinta - Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies

Talk 2: How Quantum Can Contribute to Cybersecurity

Speaker: Robert Liscouski - President and CEO, Quantum Computing Inc.

Panel 1: Quantum Cybersecurity at Government Agencies

Moderator: Catarina Bastos - Account Manager for Defence, Deimos Engenharia

Speaker: Laura Thomas - VP, Corporate Strategy, ColdQuanta

Panel 2: Quantum Safe in the Military

Speaker 1: Sunny “Dos” Dosanjh - CEO, DUSA SPACE

Speaker 2: Michael Cubeddu - Co-founder, Aliro Quantum

Talk 3: Quantum Cybersecurity in Aerospace

Speaker: Andrew Thain - Quantum Communications Expert, AIRBUS

Talk 4: Comparing the U.S. and Chinese Progress in Quantum Computing and Communications

Speaker: Edward Parker - Physical Scientist, RAND Corporation

Session 5: Quantum Safe Networks: Telephone Companies, Smart Grids and Quantum Networks Networks have special needs for quantum cybersecurity. In part this is because typically networks are of crucial strategic value to their users, but also because by their very nature; networks (and therefore the cyberthreats that impact them) extend over a wide geographical area. This session will survey the quantum cybersecurity approaches that are being proposed for various networking environments.
Session Keynote
Panel 1: Telephone Companies: Vulnerability and Quantum Cybersecurity Trials

Moderator: Ingrid Romijn - Program Manager and Division Coordinator, Quantum Internet, QuTech

Speaker 1: Andrew Lord - Senior Manager Optical Networks Research, BT

Speaker 2: Santanu Ganguly - Systems Architect, Cisco Systems, UK

Speaker 3: Reza Azarderakhsh - CEO and Founder of PQSecure and Professor at FAU

Talk 1: Quantum Applications for Logistics: Cybersecurity Considerations

Speaker: Rafael Sotelo - Co-Founder, Quantum-South

Panel 2: Quantum Safe and Quantum Testbeds

Speaker: Melchior Aelmans - Chief Architect, Juniper Networks

Session 6: Quantum Cybersecurity and the Computer Industry: Hardware, Software and Services For now, the classical computer industry does not spend much of its time on quantum cybersecurity. Nonetheless, as PQC becomes a commercial reality we believe that PQC issues will emerge as critical in the traditional computing industry in the form, for example, of quantum-safe browsers and operating system. In addition, while today the quantum computer industry is primarily concerned with “capacity”: number qubits, quantum volume, quantum supremacy and so on, the quantum computer will itself become the ultimate hackers’ tool. This session will be devoted to such issues from the computer industry perspective.
Session Keynote
Talk 1: Secure Communications: The TRUE Killer App for Quantum Computing

Speaker: Wil Oxford - Founder and CEO, Anametric

The (Classical) Computer/Software Take on Quantum Cybersecurity
Talk: How Will Quantum Computers Impact Cybersecurity and Privacy?

Speaker: Ryan McKenney - Attorney, Orrick’s Cyber, Privacy & Data Innovation Practice Group
Co-founder and Vice Chair, Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C’s) Law Committee

Talk: The Quantum Computer Maker’s Take on the Quantum Safe Enterprise

Speaker: Doug Finke - Consulting Analyst & Managing Editor, IQT Research & Quantum Computing Report

Quantum-Safe Software: Secure Operating Systems to Secure Browsers
Quantum Security as a Service
Session 7: Quantum Cybersecurity in the Financial Services Industry Providers Banks and other financial institutions have been experiencing massive increases in cyber-attacks and during a congressional hearing in May 2021, CEOs from six of the largest banks in the U.S testified that cybersecurity is the most significant risk for the financial industry. This bad situation can only become worse as quantum computers enter the picture. This session will discuss what financial firms are doing to protect themselves from this worsening situation by utilizing PQC, QKD and QRNGs.
Session Keynote

Speaker 1: Taro Shimada - Representative Executive Officer, President and Chief Executive Officer, Toshiba Corporation

Speaker 2: Marco Pistoia - Managing Director, Head of FLARE, Distinguished Engineer, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Talk 1: The Financial Industry is Worried: A Quantum Threat to Banks and Finance

Speaker: Jens Backes - Director, Finalta by McKinsey

Talk 2: Quantum Security at Banks and Financial Services: A Look at the Ecosystem, Funding, Trends & Projections

Speaker: André M. König - Published Author and CEO, Interference Advisors

Panel 1: Banks and Financial Services: User Cases and Current Deployments

Moderator: Zhanet Zaharieva - Co-founder, Quantum Dice

Speaker 1: Esperanza Cuenca Gomez - Head of Strategy and Outreach, Multiverse Computing

Speaker 2: Denis Mandich - CTO, Qrypt

Panel 2: Quantum Safe: A Survey of QKD, QRNG and PQC in Banking and Finance

Moderator: David Shaw - Director, Fact Based Insight

Speaker: Peter Bordow - Senior Vice President, Principal Archiitect
Post Quantum Cryptography, Quantum Systems & Emerging Technology Leader
Information and Cyber Security – Emerging Technologies
Wells Fargo & Company

Session 8: Quantum Safe and Cryptocurrencies Cryptocurrencies hold the potential to transform financial transactions, providing an entirely new kind of highly secure and private monetary system. Traditionally, cybercurrencies have been protected by conventional public key cryptography schemes which now potentially threatened by sophisticated attacks by quantum computers. This session will discuss the extent of the threat, now and in the future and the various ways that cybercurrencies can be protected.
Session Keynote
Talk 1: How will Quantum Computing Affect Blockchain?

Speaker: Robert Campbell - Independent Consultant and Security Researcher, Med CyberSecurity

Fixing Cryptocurrencies' Quantum Computing Problem

Speaker 1: Andersen Cheng - CEO, Post-Quantum

Speaker 2: Ashish Mehta - Chair, Blockchain Working Group, Cloud Security Alliance

Quantum Resistant Cybercurrency
QC and Cryptocurrencies
Session 9: How important will quantum safe be to the cybersecurity industry? Last, but not least, we will discuss how important quantum technologies will be to the cybersecurity industry as a whole. This session will be devoted to the megatrends in this area and specifically on how quantum deployments will be driven by the hacker explosion and – on the supply side – whether the quantum technologies present an opportunity for the cybersecurity industry.
Session Keynote
Talk 1: Cybersecurity and Quantum. Fact, Fiction and Today’s Reality for End Users

Speaker: Rebel Brown - CEO, Cognoscenti Inc.

Talk 2: How Does PQC Fit into the Cybersecurity Ecosystem

Speaker: Kosta Vilk - Founder and CXO, SVP Customer Experience

Panel 1: The Quantum Safe Workforce

Moderator: Christopher Bishop - Chief Reinvention Officer, Improvising Careers

Speaker 1: Connor Teague - VP of Talent, Quantum Futures

Speaker 2: Holly Neiweem - Chief Finance and Operating Officer, Quantum Xchange

Speaker 3: Bridget Lancaster - Head of HR, Qrypt

Panel 2: Quantum, Hackers, and the Latest Attack Techniques

Speaker: Roger A. Grimes - Data-Driven Defense Evangelist, KnowBe4, Inc

Panel 3: Quantum Safe as an Opportunity for the Cybersecurity Industry

Moderator: Lawrence Gasman - President, IQT Research

Speaker 1: Michael Redding - CTO, Quantropi

Speaker 2: Eddy Zervigon - CEO, Quantum Xchange

Speaker 3: Jan “Kuba” Tatarkiewicz - CTO, RANDAEMON

Exhibitors/Sponsors

(to date)

Diamond Sponsor

Gold Sponsor

(to date)

Silver Sponsor

(to date)

Media Sponsors

(to date)

Participating Organizations

(to date)

For Additional Information

Marilyn Reed

marilyn@insidequantumtechnology.com

Phone (USA):
+1-781-254-1062

DIAMOND: Be the exclusive OVERALL CONFERENCE SPONSOR

(SOLD)

  • Keynoter the first conference day (October 25th): dedicated 30-minute presentation at the start of the conference
  • Your logo on the screen throughout the entire conference
  • 15 in-person registrations to give to colleagues, clients, prospects and staff ($1,499 value each)
  • 3 Elite virtual passes (value $1,099 each)
  • Unlimited Exhibit Hall only passes (value $699 each)
  • Option of a 10’ x 20’ booth in the Exhibit Hall. Booth comes with table, 2 chairs and an electrical outlet. 
  • Use of a private meeting room for the 3 days of the conference
  • Your one-minute commercial video will be presented between conference sessions at least 2x during the conference (Sponsor provides the video).
  • Full page ad (inside front cover) in the printed program guide as well as your logo, contact information, and company description in the exhibit directory. This program booklet will be given out at the conference. (.PDF is provided by Exhibitor).
  • Your logo on:
    • Conference website
    • On event banners at the conference
  • Dedicated PR
  • Dedicated social media promotion
  • One lead generation email outreach to attendees
  • The opportunity to publish a self-written Sponsored Article in the Inside Quantum Technology daily e-newsletter and website ($750 value)
  • Attendee list: You will receive a list of the attendees who requested that their details be shared with sponsors. This will include name, title, company, email and location.

PLATINUM: VERTICAL TOPIC SPONSOR

Limited to 9

Each day consists of 3 vertical topic sessions approximately two hours in length. The vertical topic sponsor starts the session with a 20-minute keynote address. With the sponsorship comes many other high-profile deliverables listed below. 1 sponsorship available for each of the 9 topic sessions—see program topics page for more details

TUESDAY October 25, 2022    

  • (SOLD) QKD and QRNG: Cybersecurity with Quantum Hardware
  • Post-Quantum Cryptography: Evolution of Standards and Products
  • The Future Quantum-Safe Enterprise

WEDNESDAY October 26, 2022:

  • (SOLD) Quantum Safe in the Government: Military, Intelligence Agencies and Civil Government
  • Quantum Safe Networks: Telephone Companies, Smart Grids and Quantum Networks
  • Quantum Cybersecurity and the Computer Industry: Hardware, Software and Services

THURSDAY, October 27, 2022:

  • (SOLD) Quantum Cybersecurity in the Financial Services Industry Providers
  • Quantum Safe and Cryptocurrencies
  • How Important Will Quantum Safe Be to the Cybersecurity Industry?
  • Keynote opportunity on the day of sponsorship. Dedicated 20-minute presentation at the start of the session being sponsored.
  • Your logo on screen during the entire sponsored session
  • 8 in-person registrations to give to colleagues, clients, prospects and staff ($1,499 value each)
  • 2 Elite virtual passes (value $1,099 each)
  • Unlimited Exhibit Hall only passes (value $699 each)
  • Option of a 10’ x 10’ booth in the Exhibit Hall. Booth comes with table, 2 chairs and an electrical outlet. 
  • Use of a meeting room at least one hour each of the three days of the conference between 8 am and 6 pm
  • Your one-minute commercial video will be presented between conference sessions (Sponsor provides the video).
  • Full page ad the printed program guide as well as your logo, contact information, and company description in the exhibit directory. This program booklet will be printed and given out at the in-person conference (.PDF is provided by Exhibitor).
  • Your logo on:
    • Conference website
    • On event banners at the conference site where sponsors are listed
  • Social media and PR promotion wherever sponsors are mentioned. The opportunity to publish a self-written Sponsored Article in the Inside Quantum Technology daily e-newsletter and website ($750 value).
  • Attendee list: You will receive a list of the attendees who requested that their details be shared with sponsors. This will include name, title, company, email and location.

SAPPHIRE: SPECIAL PRESENTATION SPONSOR

limited to 2

  • 15-minute Special presentation in a featured time slot on one day (either Wednesday or Thursday)
  • Your logo on the screen during the presentation
  • 5 in-person registrations to give to colleagues, clients, prospects and staff ($1,499 value each)
  • 1 Elite virtual pass (value $1,099 each)
  • Unlimited Exhibit Hall only passes (value $699 each)
  • Option of a 10’ x 10’ booth in the Exhibit Hall. Booth comes with table, 2 chairs and an electrical outlet.
  • Your one-minute commercial video will be presented between conference sessions at least once during the conference (Sponsor provides the video).
  • Full page ad in the printed program well as your logo, contact information, and company description in the exhibit directory. The program will be given out at the conference (.PDF is provided by Exhibitor).
  • Your logo on:
    • Conference home page
    • On event banners
  • Social media and PR promotion wherever sponsors are mentioned.
  • The opportunity to publish a self-written Sponsored Article in the Inside Quantum Technology daily e-newsletter and website ($750 value).
  • Attendee list: You will receive a list of the attendees who requested that their details be shared with sponsors. This will include name, title, company, email and location.

GOLD: STANDARD EXHIBITOR

  • 3 in-person registrations to give to colleagues, clients, prospects and staff ($1,499 value each)
  • Unlimited Exhibit Hall only passes (value $699 each)
  • Option of a 10’ x 10’ booth in the Exhibit Hall. Booth comes with table, 2 chairs and an electrical outlet.
  • Your one-minute commercial video will be presented between conference sessions (Sponsor provides the video). Half page ad in the printed program as well as your logo, contact information, and company description in the exhibit directory. This program booklet will be given out at the conference (.PDF is provided by Exhibitor).
  • Your logo on:
    • Conference home page
    • On event banners at the conference site
  • Social media and PR promotion wherever sponsors are mentioned.
  • The opportunity to publish a self-written Sponsored Article in the Inside Quantum Technology daily e-newsletter and website ($750 value).
  • Attendee list: You will receive a list of the attendees who requested that their details be shared with sponsors. This will include name, title, company, email and location.

START-UPS:

If your company has released your product or services in the past year, you may be eligible for the Start-Up rate. All of the items listed in the Gold Sponsorship section are included in the Start-Up package. Ask more about this opportunity.

ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

WELCOME RECEPTION SPONSOR
(1 available)

Be the sponsor of the Welcome Reception on Tuesday evening (Oct. 25th).

Sponsor signage will be in the entry way and within the reception hall. 

You will also have a chance to give short welcome to the attendees. 

Your logo on the conference home page and in the conference program.

Listing in the show directory.

 

ALL-DAY COFFEE SPONSOR
(1 each day)

Special signage near the coffee area.

Your logo on the conference home page and in the conference program.

Listing in the show directory.

 

CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST SPONSOR
(1 each day)

Special signage near the breakfast area.

Your logo on the conference home page and in the conference program.

Listing in the show directory.

 

LUNCH SPONSOR
(1 each day)

Special signage near the lunch area.

Your logo on the conference home page and in the conference program.

Listing in the show directory.

 

LANYARD SPONSOR
(1 available. Sponsor provides the lanyards)

Provides the lanyards for the conference. Your logo will easily be seen onsite with speakers & attendees and in pictures.

Listing in the show directory.

 

CONFERENCE BAG SPONSOR
(1 available. IQT provides the bag)

The conference bag will be handed out to all in-person attendees at registration. Your logo will be visible throughout the conference. Your logo will be on one side of the bag (conference logo is on the other). Listing in the show directory.

 

CONFERENCE BAG INSERT
Limited. (no t-shirts)

Have one item placed in the conference bag that will be handed out to all in-person attendees at registration. 

(Some restrictions apply.)

Listing in the show directory.

 

PROGRAM ADVERTISER
Full page (non-exhibitors, non-sponsors)

The program is a go-to for conference attendees as it contains detailed information about the presentations and speakers as well as a directory of the sponsors and exhibitors. Your logo and company name will appear on the conference website as advertiser.  The program is printed and handed out at the conference. Advertiser provides the ad copy as a .PDF.

Listing in the show directory included.

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Location

IQT New York, October 25-27, 2022 takes place at The Conference Center

636 11th Ave (between 46th & 47th St), New York, NY 10036

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