Vibrant Digital Future

  • Wednesday31Jan 2018
    Partner Event

    ** This is a past event **

    The conference for business leaders, innovators and governments developing a brighter digital future in our rapidly changing world.

The conference for business leaders, innovators and governments developing a brighter digital future in our rapidly changing world.

Vibrant Digital Future

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

techUK members are eligible for a 25% discount on the current ticket price (early bird rate of £250+ VAT expires 15 December - get in touch for the discount code).

 

AI, the Internet of Things, Cyber Security, TV White Space... the ever-increasing pace of technological advancement across these fields and many more will transform societies and industries over the coming years.

Nothing will escape the attention of progress. From education to healthcare, from businesses to governments - all will all see drastic changes.
If you’re a business leader defining your vision and strategy, an innovator driving tech forwards, or work in government planning a successful future for the society and economy, it’s vital to be on the cutting edge.

We’ll cut through the noise, debate strong opinions and make sure you get the deep insights you really need. You’ll also experience the latest tech in the exhibition area and build an invaluable network of the highest tier.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Sarah Montague, Presenter, BBC Radio 4’s Flagship Today Programme
  • UK CTO, Microsoft
  • CEO, Harvey Nash
  • Jamie Woodruff, Europe’s No. 1 Ethical Hacker
  • VP, IBM
  • President, techUK
  • CEO, Nominet
  • Managing Director, Accenture

Visit the website for all the info on the conference’s format, speakers and prices

Start preparing for your vibrant digital future now.

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