Talking Tech Ticket Discount Ends 13 July

Our flagship technology conference Talking Tech is returning to The Space, Norwich this September and now is the time to book your tickets!

Our early bird tickets give you a discount of £5 off the standard ticket price. This discount rate ends on Friday 13 July – don’t let this superstitious date be unlucky for you by securing your tickets today.

Talking Tech is a half-day conference bringing together local and national speakers for an interactive and inspiring event. The event is made up of keynote speakers, panel discussions, workshops, a tech themed exhibition and over 180 business attendees.

Since 2017’s conference the way we do business has continued to change and adapt, ushering in new technology to improve efficiency and productivity. The focus of the conference this year is looking forward to the future of tech in business – how are things going to continue to change and how do we prepare for this?

To cover such a wide topic our speaker line-up for 2018 has more than doubled, including the introduction of panel discussions which aim to bring together experts from different backgrounds to share their thoughts and answer your questions. Our three panels this year are Virtual and Augmented Reality, The Tech Skills Gap and Disrupting Industries. Other topics from our keynote speakers include Digital Marketing, Embracing Technology, Shaping the Future of Tech Innovation and more. 

Closer to the event we will also be releasing workshop only tickets for the first time. As we shuffle our agenda around, our knowledgeable workshops will be the key close to the event. Buying a conference ticket will give you access to the whole event, including our networking lunch and workshops. However, if you don’t fancy the whole conference, you can join us for a spot of lunch and a choice of workshops to break up your day. 

So what are you waiting for? Book your tickets today!

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