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DTX + UCX Europe 2023, Europe’s biggest digital transformation event, has revealed more impressive additions to its 200+ speaker lineup at ExCeL London this autumn.
Some of the latest additions include the Ministry of Justice Chief Digital & Information Officer, Gina Gill, who will be sharing how their digital services are making it easier for the public to get access to justice. Global Head of Sustainability Technology at Unilever, Ritu Raj will be talking about driving innovations in ESG technology.
With AI never far from the conversation, Adam Waite, Head of Digital Conversation and AI at Centrica will discuss how generative AI is changing the way brands connect with customers.
Incredibly, 40% of the speakers recruited represent women reflecting the growing influence of women driving change and innovation in their businesses. The list of amazing females in tech joining the programme is impressive and includes Burberry’s Senior Manager Digital Workplace Product Lead, Karen Wild; Heather Bedson, Head of Information Security at BPP and TikTok's Head of Customer Experience, Seema Kohli, Dominie Roberts, Programme Lead for the show, noted the increase on last year.
“These are women managing huge digital change and DTX challenges in their companies, keen to share progress and learn from each other. We are delighted to have them on board.”
End user brands in general are increasingly visible at the show - now in its 17th year at Excel - embracing the opportunities to attend the event, talk to vendor experts on latest technology breakthroughs and sense check decision-making.
First-timers include Marc Licino, Digital Workplace Global Product Owner at BP, Bola Adesina, Future of Work, Programme Manager + DEI Advisor at Legal &General plus Andy Smith, Head of Workplace and Facilities at John Lewis.
There is a new stage this year dedicated to IT Ops and service management, providing attendees with a deep insight and understanding of the latest trends, emerging technology and best practices.
In a continued push around tech talent and inclusion, Sufia Hussain Parkar, Inclusion, Equity and Diversity Director at New York-based marcomms partner agency Wunderman Thompson will be speaking alongside Wincie Wong, Head of Workforce Technical Capability for Digital X at Natwest and Gori Yahaya, CEO, Upskill Digital on how to move the dial on transformation through fostering diversity as part of the wider tech talent conversation.
The full lineup and event agenda are now live on the websites DTX Europe and UC EXPO.