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Hitachi Solutions unveiled as next Lead Sponsor of Digital City Festival next month


Hitachi Solutions, the global consultancy firm specialising in digital transformation, has been confirmed as a Lead Sponsor at this year’s Digital City Festival.

The firm, which works across the private and public sectors, offers services including CRM implementation, data science and analytics, and low-code apps, and will support the delivery of the five-day event series in Greater Manchester.

Digital City Festival takes place between March 7th and 11th and brings together digital professionals in Manchester to celebrate the industry, as well as networking and socialising – see all of what’s on here.

Its central event, Digital City Expo, takes place over two days at Manchester Central and features leading exhibitors, influential speakers, a dedicated Career Zone, and more. Registration is open now.

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Tim Kidd, Head of Public Sector at Hitachi Solutions, said: “Hitachi Solutions are proud to be part of Digital City Festival 2022, showcasing our insight and reflecting on the increasing number of organisations investing in data and technologies that underpin digital initiatives.

“Throughout the [Expo’s] two days we will share real world examples of cutting-edge, data driven ideation and innovation from organisations across Europe, including a multipurpose project across London designed to help people live better, healthier lives and to generate economic growth. We’d be delighted to welcome you to stand 128 to discuss further.”

Speakers already announced as speaking at Digital City Expo include Gareth Turner of Weetabix, Phil Benson of UKBlackTech, and Dominique Elsey of Hootsuite.

The wider festival is also set to include a wide range of partner events hosted by businesses and other groups around the city – learn more here.

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