Digital 2013 conference: Early Bird tickets available

Save 30% on a ticket for this all-day event in April

Reduced rate Early Bird tickets are now available for the Digital 2013 conference at the SECC, Glasgow, on Thursday 25 April.

Organised by Interactive Scotland and AmbITion Scotland, the all-day conference will be exploring how leading organisations are ‘designing their digital presence’ – and how they are generating a return on their investment.

Topics for discussion include responsive design, methods for analysing and making use of data, the creation of compelling digital content, approaches to building profitable digital services, and digital service definition.

The day will be structured across a programme of keynotes, panels, workshops and exhibitions, and aims to bring together some of the sector’s key influencers responsible for developing commercial, digital and creative strategies.

For more information and to book your place, click here.

 


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