Tech Leaders Summit: Helping CTOs and tech leaders drive innovation

Tech Leaders Summit, the UK’s largest summit for tech leadership (partnered with One Trust), is returning to London on 13 September at the Royal Lancaster.

In its fourth year, Tech Leaders Summit sponsors include; Accedia, Ivanti, Aura, Darktrace and BAE Systems.

The summit will bring together four brand new streams: The Cloud and IT Strategy, Data and Security, Diversity, Recruitment and Staffing, and AI and Technological Innovation. These streams will provide a 360° high-level view of the technologies and trends most impacting organisations, and help CTOs and technology leaders drive innovation in 2018 and beyond.

>See also: Registrations open for Tech Leaders Summit 2018

With a growing list of speakers, this year’s event will address the real disruptions facing enterprise, while discussing the innovative solutions and strategies necessary to succeed.

If technology is your game, don’t miss out on this unparalleled opportunity. Register for your free ticket here.

You will be eligible for a free ticket if you are an IT and/or digital management/leadership role at an end-user organisation. Free tickets are not available to individuals working for a technology/software vendor, consultancy or systems integrator, unless they work in an end-user IT role (e.g. IT director, head of IT, CIO etc.).

This is an unparalleled opportunity to learn from the best in the business: the leaders who have experienced implementing IT strategies and transformations, and kept them aligned to business goals.

>See also: Innovation in enterprise at the heart of Tech Leaders Summit

Tech Leader Awards

The UK’s largest summit for tech leadership will be followed by the second annual Tech Leaders Awards. The event celebrates IT and digital leaders, who are driving disruption innovation and demonstrating value from the application of technology in large organisations.

The shortlist for the awards was announced yesterday. Find out who, here.

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Nick Ismail

Nick Ismail is a former editor for Information Age (from 2018 to 2022) before moving on to become Global Head of Brand Journalism at HCLTech. He has a particular interest in smart technologies, AI and...