NXTTCH: European Digital Innovation Conference, June 27th and 28th in Amsterdam

The international association of Chief Information Officers, CIONET, announced its premium event in Europe that aims to connect the corporate world to disruptive digital technologies.

CIONET is the leading European community for Digital Leaders, CIOs, CTOs and CDOs. Founded in 2005 in Belgium it has continuously offered a network where Digital Leaders can share their, insights, best practices and vision on the role of Information Technology. Today CIONET has over 6000 members who work for the larger SMEs, government or corporate firms in 24 countries around Europe and South America.

The last 5 years CIONET has organized CIO CITY, an invitation only conference where well over 200 of our members meet and share their knowledge. For this year’s edition CIONET will organize in close collaboration with ITWNET a parallel conference: NXTTCH (pronounced as Next Tech). This will be the first premium event in Europe that connects the corporate world to all kinds of disruptive technologies. NXTTCH will show case examples of the application of Blockchain, Fintech and Internet of Things and discuss: what is their business case? Furthermore, Start-up entrepreneurs, Thought Leaders, venture capitalists and local governments will present their role in challenging current business models. It is where the suits will meet the hoodies.

As a European founded organization, CIONET recognizes that European SMEs form the backbone of Europe’s economy. And, that these SMEs have a lot to offer on innovation as also stated by the European Commission at the launch event at the Cebit earlier this year. That is why CIONET is very pleased to welcome the European Digital SME Alliance as a partner for NXTTCH. So, if you are interested to meet and interact with top European Digital Executives, please join the NXTTCH conference as a delegate. If you want to increase your exposure, business partner opportunities are possible.

For more information, please contact Frits Bussemaker from CIONET.