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Join CommLaw Group’s Managing Partner at the All Wireless & Prepaid Expo to Learn About Regulatory & Tax Challenges Confronting IoT, AI and M2M Businesses

Businesses of all kinds are rapidly realizing that new value is to be had by connecting traditional products to the Internet. The Internet of Things (“IoT”) (i.e., physical devices that can connect to the Internet wirelessly) is everywhere — in cars, in household appliances, even our bodies. We are in the midst of new developments that offer tremendous market potential. The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) estimates that by 2020 more than 50 billion connected devices will be part of the IoT.

With the explosion of IoT happening right in front of our eyes, the business opportunities of this burgeoning marketplace are undeniable.  However, with opportunity comes challenges!

Join The CommLaw Group’s managing partner, Jonathan Marashlian, at the upcoming All Wireless & Prepaid Expo for a round table panel discussion to learn about the regulatory and tax compliance issues and uncertainties swirling around the universe of IoT, machine-to-machine, and connected devices that rely upon (and are often bundled with) wireless data transmission services!

  • Where:  Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, NV
  • When:  August 20-21, 2019
  • What:  Details below:

IoT, AI and M2M. New Technologies, New Opportunities, Same Old Challenges

Wireless and Prepaid have always been fertile ground for creating innovative products and services. There have been great advances in technology, and even bigger ones just around the corner. How can you capitalize on the opportunities afforded by IoT, 5G, AI and M2M? And how can you ensure you’re doing so in compliance with applicable regulations and taxes? This session will get you started in understanding how the new technologies and how to create marketable products, all while navigating the minefield of compliance challenges.

 Ramin Heydari, CEO/President, XYZies
 Jeff Holley, CEO, DataBytes
 Jonathan Marashlian, Managing Partner, Marashlian & Donahue, PLLC

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