Later in London: The Milken Institute’s London Summit, which is typically held in early autumn, will take place a bit later this year – 6 December. The later date will allow for discussions around the effect that both the Brexit referendum and the US presidential elections will have on the global economy.  Also in 2016 the London Summit will again be a single day event, after expanding to two days of content last year. More details on the topic coverage may be found here.

Innovation & Beer: After a successful first year, HubWeek will return to Boston from 25 September to 1 October to showcase how local organizations are building innovations solutions to overcome challenges of the future.  In addition to some of the more popular events featured last year, such as Celebrate Boston and MIT’s Solve, the 2016 HubWeek will also add a few new experiences to its lineup. One of the more unique, new events is the Brew the Charles competition, where six local breweries will try to create the best beer using water from the Charles River. But never fear, that “dirty water” will first be run through Desalitech’s industry-leading treatment and purification system. For more information on HubWeek events click here.

Speaking Opportunity: IOT Grand Slam is a new virtual conference dedicated to “addressing the rapidly shifting landscape of Internet of Things – and how this impacts the Industrial, Enterprise and Smart City industries.” Although it is being portrayed as an inaugural conference, it builds on the success of flagship IoT Slam 2015 and IoT Slam 2016 events, and is being organized by the world’s largest CxO network of IoT practitioners.  Speaker submissions are being accepted until 18 September and may be made through this online form.

Lunchtime Learning: Self-described as “the preeminent European event where Internet CEOs, executives and investors gain deep insights into the latest proven concepts, network with senior executives and establish new business relationships,” the NOAH conferences take place in both London and Berlin each year. Watch entrepreneurs from companies such as WeWork and Rocket Internet as well as tech luminaries like Eric Schmidt discuss the state of the European digital ecosystem.

Coming Up Next: In Orlando, co-located security conferences, (ISC)² International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium Congress and ASIS International Semiar will bring together tens of thousands of cyber, information, software and infrastructure security professionals worldwide for discussion of today’s biggest challenges. TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco will gather entrepreneurs, investors and developers to learn about today’s hottest technologies. And a celebration of global innovation advancements across the digital economy will take place in Cologne, Germany at Digital Marketing Expo and Conference (dmexco).