Digital Week Online – a Global online event connecting the innovation World!

COVID19 has brought us many challenges, lock downs, self-isolation, and a looming financial crisis. We have all had to adapt while maintaining some semblance of our previous routines. However, as countries start to emerge from lockdowns and restrictions are relaxed, opportunities are developing.

 

DigitalWeek.Online brings together the brightest minds from the innovation and blockchain worlds, picking the best pieces from around the globe to provide you with insights on continued technological transformations, reflecting the new environment we will meet soon.

 

Digital week online is a 48 hour nonstop online conference, suiting multiple time zones from Asia through to the United States, with 24 hours dedicated to blockchain technologies followed by 24 hours with a focus on innovation. The remaining week will involve streaming our partners’ online events through Digital Week Online platform.

 

This will let participants to experience the traditional conference from the safety of their homes, allowing to directly contact speakers, mingle via chat rooms and have your own private meetings with other members. Sponsors participating will available through their own e-booths.

 

The online format allows us to invite speakers from government authorities, investment institutions, and top tech companies all over the world to share insights on the situation in their countries, how COVID19 affects the economies and business and what are their efforts in creating a new post-pandemic tech reality.

 

Representatives of the Shenzhen Baoan District General Chamber Of Commerce, the Government of Hong Kong, Government Blockchain Association of Japan, Taiwan Parliament, CITI, Huawei, PwC, over 30 Global VCs, experts, and market leaders are joining DigitalWeek.Online to keep the tech world united changing the future!

 

Tickets and updates: https://digitalweek.online/

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