Leading representative body for digital businesses, Digital Business Ireland (DBI), has today announced its first in-person Digital Meet-Up networking event, which will take place on the evening of May 25th at the offices of leading Irish law firm, ByrneWallace LLP.
Bringing together innovators and trailblazers in the digital commerce sector, the Digital Meet-Up event will feature a panel discussion on ‘Retail: Keeping Pace with Digital Innovation’, featuring global experts ranging from Ashley McDonnell of PUIG; John Clancy of Galvia AI, Web3 expert Francis Mac Dermot and Trustpilot’s, Daniel McCabe.
The Digital Meet-Up networking event will cover the latest trends in digital innovation and retail such as Web3, AI, the Metaverse, ChatGPT and NFTs. In addition to the panel discussion, attendees will have ample opportunities to network and engage with industry professionals in the digital commerce sector, with refreshments provided to all.
The Digital Meet-Up event is the latest in Digital Business Ireland’s exciting and inclusive events programme for the sector. Last month, the organization celebrated the very best in digital commerce with the Digital Business Ireland – permanent tsb National Digital Awards, which featured a host of noteworthy winners such as EZ Living, An Post, Londis, Petstop and Euronics.
Ashley McDonnell, chairperson of Digital Business Ireland today said: “Digital Business Ireland is delighted to launch this cutting-edge Digital Meet-Up event with ByrneWallace. This networking event will provide a platform for industry professionals to discuss the challenges and opportunities that come with digital innovation, as retail continues to evolve at a rapid pace due to the rise of Web3, the Metaverse and AI tools such as ChatGPT.
We are encouraging all discerning businesses to register their interest for this learning event, as it will provide a terrific opportunity to learn key insights while looking ahead to the future.”
Please register your interest now at https://www.digitalbusinessireland.ie/meet/ and a formal invitation will follow in advance of the event.
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