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Digital DNA tech event coming to Armagh Planetarium

Published 04/08/2016

From left: Gareth Quinn of Digital DNA, Armagh mayor Garath Keating, Elaine McAlinden, economic development officer, and Roger Wilson, chief executive
From left: Gareth Quinn of Digital DNA, Armagh mayor Garath Keating, Elaine McAlinden, economic development officer, and Roger Wilson, chief executive

Armagh Planetarium is set to play host to the latest Digital DNA technology event.

It comes after more than 1,000 tech experts and guests packed St George's Market in Belfast city centre back in June.

Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council has joined forces with the technology event to help boost local businesses and organisations.

The Armagh Planetarium will become Northern Ireland's biggest creative digital hub on September 29 as part of a tech-focused programme to inspire new ideas.

Top tech minds from global companies such as Google and Deloitte Digital, alongside local success stories such as Total Hockey and CDE Global, will share their experience and the digital and technology-based tools they have used to transform their businesses to be among the best in the world.

Following the success of the similar event held at St George's Market in Belfast earlier this year, Digital DNA has been designed to inspire and inform local entrepreneurs and existing businesses of all sizes and from all sectors.

For more information or to buy tickets for the event, visit www. digitaldna.org.uk/planetarium.

Belfast Telegraph

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