Digital Scotland 2018 is the national conference for digital transformation in the public sector and economy. This event will bring together service providers and users, community leaders, industry innovators and representatives from central and local government. Join us to engage in debate and workshops on digital transformation across central and local government, health, education, justice, infrastructure, and the digital economy. 



The event will explore:

  • Public Services:
    An overview of the Scottish Government Digital Strategy: How can better services for citizens be enabled through digital transformation
  • Citizen Engagement:
    How do we assess the delivery of and access to services, in order to improve citizen engagement and achieve better outcomes?
  • Digital Infrastructure:
    How can the potential of our towns and cities be unlocked, through Big Data, data storage and joined-up platforms, while also strengthening cyber security abilities?
  • The Economy:
    What are the economic opportunities of digital transformation across Scotland’s key industries and digital hubs?
  • Skills:
    How do we address the digital skills gap and ensure the workforce is equipped for Scotland’s ‘digital first’ approach?

We are delighted to be welcoming delegates from a range of organisations, including:

Bayes Centre, University of Edinburgh, Blackwood homes & Care, Business Gateway, Clackmannanshire Council, Conservative Party, COSLA, Cre8te Opportunities, CrossReach, Crown Estate Scotland, DigitalBoost/Business Gateway, East Ayrshire Council, East Renfrewshire Council, EDINA University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Business School, Edinburgh College, GCC, Glasgow City Council, Improvement Service, National Records of Scotland, New College Lanarkshire, NHS Education for Scotland, NHS National Services Scotland, NHS Tayside, NHS24, North Ayrshire Council, NSS, Objective Corporation UK Ltd, Perth College UHI, Pivotal Reality Ltd, Public Health Intelligence , NSS, Scotland Office, Scotland’s Futures Forum, Scottish Borders Council, Scottish Government, Scottish Qualifications Authority, SDP, Seton design, South Ayrshire Council, SPT, SQA – Scottish Qualifications Authority, Stirling Council, Storm ID, Strathclyde University, the ALLIANCE, The Data Lab, The Richmond Fellowship Scotland, The University of Strathclyde, University of Aberdeen, University of Edinburgh, University of Strathclyde, West Lothian Council, Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP