Digital Scotland 2018 is the national conference for Scottish public sector digital transformation
A conference on the 21st of June in Glasgow will bring together service providers and users, community leaders, industry innovators and representatives from central and local government to discuss and debate public sector digital transformation.
Billed as FutureScot’s first ever national conference for public sector digital transformation, Digital Scotland 2018 will feature keynote presentations, panel discussions, workshops and dedicated spaces for informal discussions.
It will be an opportunity to debate current challenges and opportunities, seek inspiration, and help shape the future.
With a wealth of expert speakers and panellists from across UK and Scottish Government, local government, agencies, academia and the private sector, the event aims to showcase innovative ideas and products emerging from Scotland.
Alongside the conference, FutureScot will also produce a publication, in association with The Times Scotland, reporting on key learnings from the event.
Reaching 55,000 readers across Scotland, it will showcase Scotland’s talent and innovation and feature interviews with technology leaders, disruptors and policy makers. This report will be distributed within government, incubators, and advisory firms.
Digital Scotland 2018 will take place on the 21st of June at the Strathclyde Technology and Innovation Centre. The event is FREE to attend for the public sector and offers reduced rates for the private sector for a limited time. Book via Eventbrite.
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