Croke Park event will see representatives from more than 1,000 businesses in attendance
Today (June 7), Digital Business Ireland launched its largest ever event, which will take place on Wednesday September 6 in Croke Park. This year’s Digital Summit, FutureProof, will focus on building resilience in digital businesses across all sectors in Ireland as they encounter profound change. The event will feature over 40 speakers from leading global brands, 50 cutting-edge exhibitors, and representatives from over a thousand businesses in attendance. The event is sponsored by DBI partner and leading financial institution, Permanent TSB.
Leading speakers from TikTok, the UN, Planet Payments, Fortinet and An Garda Siochana’s National Cyber Crime Bureau will present on topics such as Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, Web 3, ChatGPT, Sustainability and how recent developments in these fields will impact Irish businesses, both large and small. All sessions are curated to be insightful and designed to empower and enable businesses on the current challenges facing a multitude of sectors.
The Expo section of the Summit will host a number of cutting-edge digital suppliers such as Virgin Media, Permanent TSB, Humm, ADAMAPP, and many more.
Digital Summit: FutureProof is the second Digital Summit from Ireland’s leading digital business representative body. Last year’s event took place in the RDS, Dublin and was attended by hundreds of leading SMEs and ecommerce businesses.
Chairperson of Digital Business Ireland, Ashley McDonnell said “This year has marked a profound change in the way businesses operate, engage and propagate their goods, wares and services online. Futuristic technologies have become mainstream, with the proliferation of new AI applications and businesses. This kind of technological advancement has caused disruption to every sector from retail to hospitality to professional services, and we need to be prepared to not only deal with the change but position our online businesses to become world leaders in the space.”