One week to go until NI’s biggest tech event
Online content creator and author Melanie Murphy has been announced as one of the headline speakers at Digital DNA as the countdown to the event enters its last week.
With nearly one million social media followers, she will deliver a keynote on the importance of tech for good, the responsibility online influencers have and how technology can have a positive impact on marginalised sectors of society.
Northern Ireland’s biggest digital and technology event kicks off on Tuesday 18 June and is on course to welcome 3,000 people.
Digital DNA – once again powered by headline sponsor PwC – will feature speakers from the some of the largest and most recognisable companies from across the globe.
Alongside some of Northern Ireland’s own indigenous tech companies, such as medical tech firm axial3D and smart cycle light company See.Sense, firms such as Facebook, Google and Twitter will deliver keynotes speeches as well as take part in panel discussions and fireside chats to an audience that encapsulates the technology sector and beyond.
Digital DNA will take place 18 – 19 June 2019 at St. George’s Market, Belfast. The full schedule and passes for the two-day conference are available via https://live.digitaldna.org.uk