Montpellier to welcome 1,300 for Digiworld Summit to discuss the crossroads of the digital ecosystem

Oct 22, 2013
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Digiworld Summit 2013 will take place in Montpellier on November 19th- 21st , organized by IDATE. This year’s edition is entitled “The Digital Gold Mines” which are supposed to be Smart Connectivity, Video as a Service, Digital Malls, Data Monetization and Digital Money. The 3-day long event is an opportunity to discuss the sources of value that are energizing the digital markets, how can one make profit of these, as well as what might be the next opportunities for Europe.

The 35th edition of the Summit will bring together top level speakers and more than 1,300 participants from 28 countries. The event will be organized into several plenary sessions allowing the leading players to give an overview of the evolution of each market for the next decade, and executive seminars focused on topics like: smart city and digital living, NGN funding: public/private interplay, video cord-cutting: 6th transAtlantic communication dialog or game summit: 2014 transition or disruption? The high-level speakers include names from Orange, Ericsson, Criteo, Dailymotion, IBM, Games Capital to mention just a few.

Yves Gassot, CEO of IDATE highlights the core topics of the Summit: “The digital ecosystem is at a crossroads. Some players are witnessing their revenues erode and wondering where the value is. Others are questioning its real contribution to growth. And yet the multifaceted innovation around the Internet and digital technology is revealing rich new gold mines to be exploited!”

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