The Digital Leaders Scotland programme is launching today. It aims to be an independent focal point of engagement and resource network for individuals and organisations across Scotland who are committed to delivering sustainable and innovative digital transformation.
The programme will include monthly salon meetings, webinars and Digital Leaders monthly networking drinks.
The emerging salon topics and webinars in the Scottish programme will be identified and discussed by a Scottish steering group, which includes representatives from local government, the private sector and non-profit organisations including our regional partner Socitm.
In order to maintain a high quality programme of inclusive free to attend salons, webinars and networking drinks, Digital Leaders Scotland relies upon the support of private sector sponsors, such as Sopra.
“We are delighted to be part of the Digital Leaders program in Scotland. It’s a great opportunity for people working in organisations across Scotland to discuss the important issues relating to digital transformation and to share ideas and experiences”, said Alison McLaughlin, Head of Public Sector, Industry & Services, Sopra
According to Robin Knowles, Digital Leaders Founder, “Digital Leaders Scotland is the second regional programme to be launched. Working with our partners Sopra and Socitm I look forward to hearing more about what the Digital Leaders in Scotland are discussing. The Digital Leaders programme will continue to build its reputation for offering great networking, being content rich, and of course importantly, being free to attend.”
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