IoT Business News – The business side of the internet of things

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Startup Name: IoT Business News

Tagline: The business side of the internet of things

Elevator Pitch: IoT Business News is a 100% online media, focusing on the business side of the internet of things. Created in 2011 and fully independent, IoT business news has become over the years the reference news source for all m2m and IoT business professionals across the world.

Served by a responsive team, we publish every day, fresh, relevant and reliable content on the IoT , all in a clear and illustrated way, because we know your time is precious, our editorial team only select the business news that really matter to you and is committed to publishing quality articles on IoT-related topics.

Always looking to deliver insightful content to our readers, we give the voice to recognized IoT industry experts from the leading IoT companies and organizations and we share a selection of IoT-focused white papers. Our popular IoT events calendar lists the best IoT events to attend along the year and provides, whenever available, exclusive discount codes for our readers. And thanks to our free e-newsletter, our business subscribers receive once or twice a month, the top IoT news and articles of the month and our selection of the best m2m and IoT tradeshows

Target Market: Business professionals in the telecom, IT and IoT fields

How will you make money?: Advertising

How much capital have you raised?: NA

Founder(s) Name: Manuel Nau


Twitter: @iotbusinessnews

City/Country: Paris, France

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