Date: 29-30

June, 2023

Location: Luxembourg

ICT Spring 2023

ICT Spring is a centrepiece of Luxembourg’s event calendar and one of the top European  tech conferences. Organized and hosted by Farvest next June 29th and 30th at LuxExpo the  Box, the event inspires delegates across a variety of important topics.  

This year’s main theme is ‘Time for Change’ highlighting the ever-growing digital world and  how it is redesigning our businesses, work culture and life in the years to come.  

Key areas of focus are the growth of sustainability to catalyse transformation, redefining  money in a digital world, Cyber & Quantum computing, Big Data & Cloud, living the smart  city experience for an improved quality of life, turning web3 hype into a new reality,  embracing AI for a future-proof business as well as Customer Experience.  

The event consists of two days of dense programs, an exhibition area, workshops, specific  happenings and the ICT Spring party the first evening. The exhibition area will host startups, companies focused on new and innovative ideas, tech giants and international pavilions.

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