Digital City Festival

Digital City Festival (DCF) returned for 2021 from April 12th to 23rd, hosted on the Digital City Network. Its content - which ran across the full two weeks - was broadcast live from MediaCityUK and featured keynotes, panels and masterclasses from global thought leaders.

In 2022 the festival takes place face-to-face once again in Greater Manchester from March 7th - 11th, reuniting the digital sector to celebrate, network and socialise for the first time. Its central event is Digital City Expo (March 9th and 10th), which will bring together thousands of professionals at Manchester Central.

Follow the links below to learn more about this year's Digital City Festival, and register to attend its main event.

Andy Burnham

Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester, will formally welcome some of the digital sector’s brightest and best to Manchester as he launches the first-ever Digital City Festival on March 9th.

Digital City Festival is only two weeks away - and we’re pleased to reveal more sponsors, exhibitors and supporters taking part in the week’s cornerstone event, Digital City Expo.

In case you haven't been keeping up with the Digital City Festival website, there are loads of exciting new fringe events that will take place between March 9th and 13th.

Offering the opportunity to relax and chat at the busy Digital City Expo this year, Inclusively Tech and the wider grassroots tech community has organised its very own Community Village for the two-day event.

MIDAS, the Department for International Trade and Business Growth Hub have teamed up to host the event.

Hootsuite, the leading social media platform, has come on-board as a supporter of Digital City Festival - speaking and sponsoring at the five-day event.

Dotdigital, the leading marketing automation platform, has released its 10th edition of 'Hitting the Mark', its eCommerce report which covers the work of 100 global brands.

More leading companies have today been revealed as supporting Digital City Expo on March 11th and 12th in Manchester.

The shortlist for the first-ever Digital City Awards - forming an important part of 2020's Digital City Festival - has been revealed today.

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