Information Age partners with Purple for the Digital Leader Summit

On 13 June 2019, UK business leaders will have the opportunity to learn about the true power of digital transformation at the Digital Leader Summit, a one-day business conference organised by the London-based digital transformation consultancy, Purple, in partnership with Information Age.

Hosted at the America Square Conference Centre, London, this new annual conference will bring together proven industry experts to host a series of keynote talks, workshops and breakout sessions; enabling delegates to understand how digital transformation can create competitive advantage, whilst supporting them in the development of their own, unique strategy.

Michael Baxter, editor of Information Age, commented: “The team here at Information Age are delighted to be in partnership with Purple for what looks to be a fun and informative thought leadership event. We’re confident the Digital Leader Summit will provide business leaders with fascinating insights that will undoubtedly support their own digital transformation initiatives.”

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Confirmed speakers include Neil Leitch, CEO of Early Years Alliance, Gareth Johnson of Brewin Dolphin, Richard Leech, Founder of One Performance and Alistair Sergeant, CEO of Purple, with more to be announced in the coming weeks.

Alistair Sergeant commented: “The continued and exponential growth of tech platforms has resulted in a serious skills gap within the business sector. As a result, both large corporations and SMEs UK wide are not as agile as they could be, not only affecting growth but also impacting customer experience and employee engagement.”

“The Digital Leader Summit will be a valuable and informative thought leadership event that will equip leaders with the right information to successfully create and implement their own digital transformation blueprint and strategy, which will be unique to their business needs.”

There are just 100 places available so we recommend you reserve your place soon! To register your interest or for more information, please visit:

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Andrew Ross

As a reporter with Information Age, Andrew Ross writes articles for technology leaders; helping them manage business critical issues both for today and in the future

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