Bloomberg Breaks Through: BloombergLIVE announced that they will be hosting a new event in New York on May 25, 2016. Called Breakthrough Conference, the event will bring together approximately 100 CEOs and other senior leaders from mid-sized companies “for a day of smart conversation around the next generation of growth.” Bloomberg also plans to create a Breakthrough network that continues the dialog throughout the year.

Conference InSURGEnce: Ci labs, the team behind the Web Summit, have announced their first foray into India with SURGE Conference. SURGE will take place from February 23 – 24 at the Manpho Convention Center in Bengaluru and will focus on tech trends and start ups primarily in India. The event organizers expect 5000 attendees. They have already lined up an impressive list of speakers which you can find here.

Speaking Opportunity:  Submit speakers for CTIA Super Mobility 2016 until January 20. The event is interested in senior-level speakers who can address “the hottest issues in mobile today.” According to the speaker submission form, some of these topics include the Internet of Things, the Connected life, Enterprise and business IT, Retail, and Mobile marketing. See the guidelines here.

Lunchtime Learning:  Business Insider’s Ignition Conference brings together leaders from media and technology to discuss the future of the digital world. You can watch some of the best sessions here. They include speakers such as Jim Cramer, Les Moonves and Henry Blodgett.

Coming Up Next: CES, organized by the Consumer Technology Association, which recently underwent a name change, will take place in Vegas from 6 – 9 January. A full list of the events happening as part of and around CES can be found here.