We are only a few weeks away from the future trends conference DIGGIT 2023, which will take place on May 9 in the hall of the Grand Hotel Union Eurostars. In the 10th edition of the event, international and domestic speakers will share their visions for a technology-driven future.
DIGGIT has transformed from a conference on digital communications in ten years to a conference for the future, defined by digital trends. Attendees – last year's event saw over 1,000 attend – will learn about hot trends such as AI with a focus on ChatGPT, metaspace and Web 3.0, as well as learn the softer skills to capture consumer attention and ensure their long-term commitment.
Between gaming and digital Darwinism
Former pastor Scott Gould as a consumer engagement expert, will address the question of how brands connect with consumers and establish long-term relationships and involve them on an emotional level. Digital Transformation Strategist Vladimir Vulić will talk about navigating changes in the age of digital Darwinism and consumer behavior and the impact of artificial intelligence on the future of work, Aragorn Meulendijks and will present us with how technology is changing civilization as we know it, and what the opportunities of the metaverse are. Sam Butler, Head of Business Development and Partner at Attention Economics, a consulting firm specializing in gaming, will introduce visitors to the gaming industry and showcase the opportunities gaming brings to advertisers.Alastair Banks will serve up the top digital highlights of the past and upcoming 12 months.
10. DIGGIT (2023): Also on stage are successful Slovenians abroad and Timi Zajc
Of course, there will be no shortage of extraordinary Slovenian knowledge either. Among other things, Slovenian legionnaires who have decided to work outside Slovenian borders will be represented at the round table Lan Belic (Booking.com), Matteo Mozetic (Unilever), Kristina Ilic (adidas) and Singing Jarm (Accenture), and it will be led by a journalist Anja Hlača Ferjančič. The world champion in ski jumping will provide motivation Timi Zajc. Tea Gobec and Špela Anzeljc from the Innovatif agency will measure the strength of artificial intelligence, namely to what extent the AI can keep up with a complex combination of skills and whether it can navigate emotionally intelligently in more challenging areas.
Mark May 9, 2023 in your calendars, invite your colleagues and friends and step into the future with us! For more information, we are available at www.diggit.si or on email@example.com.