October 3-5, 2017 ∙ Washington, D.C.


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North America's Must-Attend Smart City Conference



May I cut to the chase?
You need to be at Smart Cities Week 2017

Every industry has its must-attend event. And Smart Cities Week® is North America’s must-attend smart city conference. You will meet the international experts that are leading the charge. You will mingle with hundreds of mayors, CIOs and other city decision makers. You will see the latest technology up close and personal.

And you will build relationships that will help your company and your career.

At the very least, come as an attendee. (Members of the Smart Cities Council get free passes, by the way.)

Better yet, come as a sponsor. You’ll get great visibility, plus speaking slots and a list of registered attendees so you can make appointments in advance.

I hope to see you in D.C. this October.

Jesse Berst
Chairman – Smart Cities Council



Exchange ideas with the world’s leading experts. (representatives from +80 U.S. cities and +35 countries).


Learn from foundations and federal agencies about their grants and initiatives.


Learn all about the details on successful projects, explained by the people that built them.


Participate in demonstrations of the top smart city technologies and applications.


Build personal relationships with peers from other cities.


Add new knowledge and skills to your professional toolbox.

Join International Experts and City Decision Makers


 Category  On or before
June 30,2017
 Between July 1
and October 2, 2017
(Public Sector, Government)
334 USD 564 USD 794 USD
Delegates – Group of 3
(Public Sector, Government)
863 USD 1,380 USD 2,294 USD
Vendors non-SCC Partners 1,024 USD 1,254 USD 1,484 USD
Vendors non-SCC Partners – Group of 3 2,743 USD 2,433 USD 4,175 USD
Sponsors or Exhibitors 909 USD 1,139 USD 1,369 USD
Sponsors or Exhibitors – Group of 3 2,398 USD 2,864 USD 4,037 USD
SCC Partners and Advisors 679 USD 909 USD 1,139 USD
SCC Partners and Advisors – Group of 3 1,604 USD 2,294 USD 3,381 USD
Student 86 USD 86 USD 115 USD
Exhibition Only (limited hours) Free Free Free

Your registration includes:

Full Conference Registration

  • Conference program sessions
  • Entry to exhibition
  • Access to conference app
  • Coffee service on workshop days
  • Lunch on conference days
  • Coffee breaks on conference days
  • Tuesday opening reception


Exhibition Only Registration
Free access to the exhibition hall.

Registration will open in May


 Tuesday, October 3
Time Session
09:00 am – 04:00 pm Pre-Conference Workshops
TBD SCC Task Force Meetings
 Wednesday, October 4
Time Session
08:30 am – 09:15 am Marketplace of Ideas Breakfast
09:30 am – 11:00 am Opening Session
11:00 am – 11:30 am Coffee Break in Expo Hall
11:30 am – 12:45 pm Breakout Session Breakout Session  Breakout Session
12:45 pm – 02:00 pm Lunch in Expo Hall
02:00 pm – 03:15 pm Breakout Session Breakout Session Breakout Session
03:15 pm – 03:45 pm Coffee Break in Expo Hall
03:45 pm – 04:45 pm Fireside Chat Fireside Chat Fireside Chat
04:45 pm – 05:30 pm Closing Session
05:30 pm – 07:00 pm Reception in Expo Hall
07:00 pm – 09:00 pm Thematic Sponsored Dinners
 Thursday, October 5
Time Session
08:00 am – 09:15 am Breakfast
09:30 am – 10:45 am Opening Session
10:45 am – 11:15 am Coffee Break in Expo Hall
11:15 am – 12:45 am Breakout Session Breakout Session Breakout Session
12:45 am – 02:00 pm Lunch Break in Expo Hall
Presentations in Hub Theater
02:15 pm – 03:15 pm Fireside Chat Fireside Chat Fireside Chat
02:30 pm – 03:00 pm Coffee Break in Expo Hall
03:00 pm – 04:00 pm Closing Session

*Subject to change


Smart Cities Week 2016 was a tremendous success. But don’t take our word for it, here is what the attendees had to say:

  • “It was a pleasure to participate in Smart Cities Week 2016.  It is amazing to see so many people come together to create better cities and innovative urban spaces.  I know that I learned a lot from the speakers on my panel, as well as the audience members and their questions.  I look forward to see what exciting ideas come out of Smart Cities Week 2016, and can't wait for next year's conference.”

    — Angela Fox, President/Chief Executive Officer, Crystal City Business Improvement District - Crystal City Business Improvement District

  • “Smart Cities Week was a great success.  The event provided the perfect platform to showcase the innovation and collaboration that’s currently taking place in the public and private sectors in an effort to build safer, more sustainable cities.”

    — Mike Zeto, General Manager and Executive Director, AT&T Smart Cities - AT&T Smart Cities

  • “I attend several events and workshops, networked and meet people, but also grew my personal knowledge beyond my own small world view of what Smart Cities can be.”

    — Ken Walton, Architect / Urban Designer, -

  • “Smart Cities Week was an incredible opportunity to learn about the Smart City environment. The informational sessions and the chances to interact with companies that operate in this space were truly valuable. I learned so much about the topics involved.”

    — Jeffrey M. Ortega, Assistant Director, Department of Public Service, City of Columbus, and Communications Lead for SmartColumbus - City of Columbus and Communications Lead for SmartColumbus

  • “Leading cities are shifting to the Smart City 2.0 model. Smart Cities Week enables city leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs and analysts to define the future for the industry together.  I look forward to coming back!”

    — John Gordon, Chief Digital Officer - GE


Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mt. Vernon Place NW, Washington, DC 20001