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Digital disruption & transformation – how your business can survive & thrive

12 & 13 October

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Two days of essential information for all businesses wanting to survive & thrive in this era of digital disruption & transformation

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What did DiG have in 2014?

54
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Workshops
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1 September

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DiG 2015 Early Bird Tickets Now Available

DiG 2015 Early Bird Tickets Now Available

Jul 10 2015

DiG 2015: Digital disruption & transformation – how to survive & thrive BOOK NOW More than just another conference, DiG 2015 is a step-by-step blueprint to navigating change, not only to survive, but to thrive in the new economy. We are all experiencing an unprecedented era of change, where new technology and business models are emerging daily to threaten our once dominant and secure industries and organisations. And it’s scary. HOW IS YOUR BUSINESS GOING TO STAY AHEAD OF THE…

More speakers announced for DiG Festival 2015

More speakers announced for DiG Festival 2015

Jun 23 2015

(updated 24 June, 2015) DiG Festival 2015, to be held in Newcastle on 12 & 13 October, is all about digital disruption and transformation and will feature both cutting-edge presentations from leading innovators and a practical framework to navigate change, not only to survive, but to thrive in the new economy. After recently revealing 5 international presenters for this year’s event, we are now excited to announce the next round of speakers at DiG Festival 2015. Jesper Lowgren Digital &…

International speakers revealed for DiG Festival 2015

International speakers revealed for DiG Festival 2015

May 06 2015

Digital disruption and transformation – how to survive and thrive The relentless cycle of innovation we are experiencing has led to an unprecedented era of change, where new technology and business models are emerging daily to threaten our once dominant and secure industries and organisations. The problem for organisations, especially here in Australia, is that they are not evolving their business models quite as rapidly as technology. Will you be a victim of digital disruption or will you prosper from…

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