First Headline Partner of 2021’s Digital City Festival revealed as tech leader BJSS
Business technology consultancy BJSS has been unveiled as the Headline Partner at Digital City Festival, helping bring the truly digital event to life when it returns in 2021.
Digital City Festival (DCF) returns on the all-new Digital City Network between April 12th and 23rd, bringing together thought leaders and engaged professionals from across tech, digital, creative, media and more.
BJSS will be one of the event’s Headline Partners, helping drive the agenda of the digital sector and lead the global conversation.
BJSS is the leading technology and engineering consultancy for businesses, working with clients worldwide to deliver complex solutions to modern problems, and ensure successful digital transformations.
Launched nearly 30 years ago, BJSS is committed to world-class solutions as well as building strong relationships and giving back to the community - having supported more than 6,200 children and 3,700 young women around the UK.
Tomorrow, we’ll announce the event’s next Headline Partner - so stay tuned to find out more.
Mike Dicks, Head of BJSS Manchester, said: “We are the headline sponsor at Digital City Festival 2021. Following on from a very successful debut event earlier in the year, we’re excited to play a central role in Greater Manchester’s leading conference for all things digital.
“Manchester continues to be the UK’s burgeoning digital hub. BJSS is proud to be a part of it, helping local businesses to accelerate their digital transformation programmes and recruiting and developing some of the best technical specialists that the city has to offer.”
Last year, BJSS was Digital City Festival’s Lead Tech Sponsor, and played a pivotal part in the launch of the first-ever Digital City Festival, which took place across Greater Manchester and recognised digital excellence on a global scale.
This year, the festival is becoming a truly digital event. The Digital City Network features an online exhibition and showcase of solutions, on top of live-streamed keynotes, on-demand masterclasses, live Q&As, roundtables, and seminars from thought leaders. The platform will be accessible worldwide, and remain open from April onwards to allow organisations to connect, transform and grow together long after the festival closes.
Visit the Digital City Festival website to learn more about exhibiting, sponsoring or partnering with the event. Organisations taking part will get the unmissable opportunity to engage thousands of decisionmakers worldwide, make meaningful connections with potential partners, and access a growing, thriving community.
Attendees at Digital City Festival will get the chance to hear from thought leaders from a wide array of specialisms, as well as virtually engage businesses across the board and learn from the best. To register to join the Digital City Network - which is also where the prestigious Digital City Awards will be hosted - click here.