Tallinn Digital Summit is approaching fast. With less than a month to go, we are happy to give you updates about the political leaders, prominent entrepreneurs, academics and representatives of the tech community who will be coming together in Tallinn on September 5th to discuss digital transformation and the challenges and opportunities it brings.
Our distinguished speakers will aim to refresh the agenda of democracy and technology, while charting the course to a more resilient, responsive and open future. The discussions will be divided between three stages: the Black Box Stage, the Cauldron Stage and the Small Hall Stage. However if you are not able to attend, please register to see the live stream at: https://www.digitalsummit.ee/.
Themes and Innovators: Unmissable Highlights
Themes like cyber security, e-Residency, global technology governance, sustainability, resilience and many more will be discussed in formats ranging from keynote speeches and interviews to panels and presentations. We will offer a selection of the most distinguished and knowledgeable private sector speakers, who will take on the challenges and opportunities technology brings. Alex Karp, the CEO of Palantir technologies; Keith Strier, the Vice President of Worldwide AI Initiatives at NVIDIA Corporation and Sandra Joyce, the Vice President of MANDIANT Intelligence at Google Cloud are among the many innovators from the private sector who will be taking the stage this year.
Uniting for Global Solutions: Ministers and Keynotes
One of the most important aspects of Tallinn Digital Summit is the chance for technology driven people from all sectors to come together and find solutions to global problems and refresh the agenda for technology and democracy. Thus, in addition to Estonian Prime Minister, Kaja Kallas, who is not only actively participating but also hosting the event, we are happy to announce some of the renowned ministers who will be attending the Tallinn Digital Summit this year. We are pleased to welcome Dimitar Kovachevski, the Prime Minister of North Macedonia; Ivan Bartoš, the Deputy Prime Minister for Digitization and Minister of Regional Development from the Czech Republic; Dr Emilija Stojmenova Duh, the Minister of Digital Transformation form the Republic of Slovenia, Dr. Azir Aliu, Minister of Information Society and Administation of North Macedonia, Tiit Riisalo, Minister of Economic Affairs and Technology of Estonia, Margus Tsahkna, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, and Janusz Ciezyński, the Minister of Digital Affairs of Poland. The European view of digitalization and technology will be presented by Thierry Breton, the European Commissioner for Internal Market, who will be giving a keynote speech.
Don’t Miss the Innovative EXPO
You will not want to miss the Tallinn Digital Summit EXPO, which brings together global leaders to one of the world’s digitally advanced societies to a B2B/B2G/G2B networking platform that offers hybrid networking possibilities to create meaningful connections and pave the way for innovative collaborations. The event allows partners to present innovative solutions and ideas, participate in high-level political discussions with different companies and countries, and lay the foundation for building new networks to expand the global reach of their companies. “EXPO provides a growth platform for new partners and fosters an entrepreneurial future with forward-thinking ideas capable of changing the world we’re living in” said the Minister of Economic Affairs and Information Technology of Estonia, Tiit Riisalo.
The programme will keep expanding and new high-level speakers will be added the closer we get to the event, so be sure to keep an eye on our webpage at: https://www.digitalsummit.ee/programme.