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Annual Canterbury Tech Summit event to be held on November 17

Monday October 19, 2020

It is great to see the Canterbury Tech Summit is still going ahead this year as both an in-person and an online event on 17th November at Rydges Hotel, Latimer Square.

"The #CantySummit2020 has been adapted to align with the new norms in conferencing, enabling us to meet the needs of our valued Tech community. The over-arching theme carries even more weight as we look to Inspire, Connect and Grow together.

Being held more centrally, at Rydges Latimer Square, this year’s Summit has been split into two half-day sessions, inviting you to:

In the morning, high quality speakers (both home-grown and international) will join us to share their experiences and ideas on innovation, digital transformation and business agility, with a particular focus on assisting companies to navigate their path through the new post-COVID reality.

Presentations for the afternoon session will be of a more technical nature, focusing on new technologies and related innovations that are poised to have a positive impact both on our sector and associated industries.

Visit the Summit website for information on speakers and sponsors. 

Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite."

We hope to see you there!

2020 Canterbury Tech Summit

#CantySummit2020 #CantyTechSummit2020 #TechSummit2020 #CanterburyTech

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