Digital Innovation Flows Through Palacongressi di Rimini

The Palacongressi di Rimini has lined up a dozen appointments including seminars, congresses, medical-scientific events, training courses, organised by the Italian Exhibition Group (IEG) Event & Conference division, for an estimated total of 33 thousand visitors and about 15 thousand participants.

The highlight, with the presence of 21,000 visitors already confirmed, will be the seventh edition of the Web Marketing Festival, the largest digital innovation event in Italy scheduled from June 20-22, offering over 70 training courses, shows, entertainment, business and networking events, hosting both Italian and international guests. For this year’s edition, over 55 training rooms have been created, ten more than in the previous edition, with new entries such as Robotics, Influencer Marketing, eSports and Gaming, Design, Digital Transformation, Sustainability and the Non-Profit sector. More than 500 speakers and guests from all over the world will be present at the event.

On June 12th and 13th, the Palacongressi di Rimini will welcome two thousand participants to the IT Forum, the largest free event in Italy dedicated to consultancy professionals, traders and savers, gathering the major players in FinTech under one roof. Among the conferences scheduled are those dedicated to the new themes of digital finance. The event within the event will be the Forbes Digital Summit, with global players in digital innovation, demonstrating how tomorrow’s technology – artificial intelligence – will affect the investment sector.

Photo : Palacongressi, Rimini

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