“We’ve seen a fantastic turnout from the entire industry at IBC2023,” said Michael Crimp, IBC’s Chief Executive Officer. “There was a real sense of purpose at the show as business leaders and tech innovators came together to help our industry navigate change and build a better future for media and entertainment. I’d like to thank everyone for the ongoing support and participation – we’re looking forward to seeing you all again next year.”
IBC2023 show attracted 43,065 attendees from 170 countries at the RAI Amsterdam on 15th -18th September, celebrating business innovation and pushing new boundaries in media technology.
With over 1,250 exhibitors and a 16% increase in total attendees, media leaders and technology pioneers from around the world gathered across bustling exhibition halls, buzzing networking events and packed theatres to define and action the future of media and entertainment.
With three core pillars running through the whole content programme at IBC2023 – Transformative Tech, Shifting Business Models and People & Purpose – IBC delivered its most comprehensive and compelling content agenda to date, tackling pivotal industry challenges and supporting M&E’s mission to drive more sustainable and inclusive business practices.
An increased line-up of 325+ speakers across an expanded number of theatre halls took to the stage to champion new technologies, future business models, and creative innovations that broaden the horizons of media and entertainment.
13 Innovation Halls
Game-changing innovations: Over 1,250 exhibitors spread across 13 halls, from world-leading brands to fast-growing start-ups showcased leading-edge tech. IBC is the place where the media and entertainment sector convene to design and define the agenda for our industry.
IBC’s showfloor content facilitated interaction between industry buyers and sellers with showstopping features and groundbreaking, content-led sessions across the Innovation stage in Hall 3, Showcase theatre in Hall 12 and the two Content Everywhere stages in Hall 5.
IBC2023 was the place to network with influential decision-makers: 43,065 of your peers from across the world, with visitors coming from an extensive range of industries covering the entire broadcast, entertainment and technology landscape.
The IBC2023 Conference set the global agenda for the media and entertainment industry with a hugely diverse set of experts and sessions. The IBC2023 Conference featured thought leaders from across the sector addressing the issues driving the M&E agenda.
The IBC Awards celebrate the spirit of co-operation and collaboration.
The IBC2023 winners of the prestigious Innovation and Social Impact Awards, celebrating ground-breaking initiatives transforming the media industry landscape, have been announced.
A collaborative and fast-track programme of innovation using a unique multi-company project-based approach to solving complex media and entertainment business and technology challenges.