Featuring an extraordinary program with keynote speakers from Google & Delivery Hero, the PwC sponsored event brings together young digital professionals who are interested in emerging digital areas such as Blockchain, Machine Learning, Cybersecurity, and Digital Change & Innovation. Aside from the main sessions, in-depth breakout sessions will be held where delegates will focus on relevant problems and learn valuable skills that they can use immediately by solving current case studies. All delegates will have the opportunity to talk about their own experiences and leave with their fair share of inspiration.
If this sounds appealing, this is your chance to be part of the Dutch delegation. The exclusive conference taking place on the 10th-11th of November is having a final call for applications from creatives, design thinkers, business strategists, concept developers, tech lovers, or anyone who wants to make a difference in digital. To be considered, you need to not have more than 7 years of technology-driven experience and be based in the Netherlands.
This is not an event you can just buy a ticket for because there are only 25 Dutch slots up for grabs. The PwC Digital Journey Pass includes full travel arrangements, 4* accommodation for the duration of the summit, a 2-day summit entrance pass (with drinks, bites, and lunch), dinner, and entrance to the closing party. Basically, you won’t have to fork out a single penny to take part in this amazing digital journey.
Decked out for the occasion, the Next Digital Leader Summit takes places in the Zeche Zollverein, a UNESCO world heritage site which was once the largest coal mine in the world. Today, it functions both as a museum and a relic of the entire industrial age. The industrial monument stands for the transformation of an entire industry, which makes the location the perfect setting for the movers and shakers in digital to convene.
If this sounds like your kind of event, and you fancy a trip to Germany then you have less than 48 hours to apply. What are you waiting for?