Future Rewired Returns for 2020

Future Rewired, Guernsey’s Tech Festival returns for its second year.

On Saturday 19th September, The Digital Greenhouse will host its second Future Rewired Tech Festival being sponsored by Prosperity 24/7.

The first Future Rewired took place in 2019 with over 60 people attending and we are looking to make 2020 even bigger. 

The event will see the Digital Greenhouse hub taken over by 16 speakers, hosting talks and workshops throughout the day on a range of topics including Data Analytics, 3D Design, App Development and more. Chris Clark CEO of Prosperity 24/7 will also be joining for a virtual fireside chat to kick off the fast-paced, tech focused event.

Last year we were able to discuss Digital Transformation and with the rapid adoption of technology in 2020, this could not have been more timely. I am looking forward to this years event to help further accelerate the growth of the thriving digital economy in Guernsey”

Chris Clark CEO - Prosperity 24/7

Future Rewired will showcase a number of digital products developed by local entrepreneurs, including wellbeing app Uniti built by the Potting Shed and a Guernsey Election App built by a pair of local developers looking to simplify Island wide voting!  

Future Rewired is free to attend and open to all who are working in or interested in technology, with the aim to bring together like minded individuals to share knowledge, network and grow the tech community.  Lunch will be provided.  Tickets are already on sale and limited so registration is required.

We are excited to be working with Prosperity 24/7 to bring Future Rewired back for 2020. It’s great to be able to bring together a group of speakers to share knowledge, experience and innovation in the local digital and creative community

Ben Wratten Programme Manager at the Digital Greenhouse

Get your tickets here:

Future Rewired 2020

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