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IBM Think 2018 – Where Technology meets Humanity

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IBM Think 2018 – Where Technology meets Humanity

IBM Nordic is looking forward to welcoming you to one of our four IBM Think City 2018 events.

These events are designed around the concept of “Where Technology meets Humanity” and will bring together clients, subject matter experts, business partners and forward thinkers to help make the world of business think smarter.  It’s a place where business leaders like you can come together to solve your biggest challenges and where the journey to cloud and AI will take centre stage.

The events, taking place in Copenhagen, Helsinki, Oslo and Stockholm, will provide a forum where you and your peers, who are facing the same challenges, can exchange transformation stories, listen to the experts, experience solutions and so much more!

We’ll be offering a combination of keynote presentations, client cases, activations and an opportunity to network around topics like:

  • Cloud and Data
  • Business and AI
  • Modern Infrastructure
  • Security and Resiliency

If you’d like to get the knowledge on how to build a smarter business please register for one of the events below:

Think Copenhagen

Place: DR Koncerthus
Date: 7th November, 2018
Registration: Here
More info: Think Copenhagen Website
Contact: Majken Nielsen at (majken_nielsen@dk.ibm.com) or Mikala Milling (MIKALA@dk.ibm.com)

Think Helsinki

Place: Messukeskus
Date: 1st November, 2018
Registration: Here
More info: Think Helsinki Website
Contact: Johanna Bäckman (johanna.backman@fi.ibm.com)

Think Oslo

Place: Scandic Fornebu
Date: 22nd November, 2018
Registration: Here
More info: Think Oslo Website
Contact: Yvonne Meier (yvonne.meier@no.ibm.com) or Anita Fragaat (anita.fragaat@no.ibm.com) for further questions

Think Stockholm

Place: Münchenbryggeriet
Date: 22nd November, 2018
Registration: Here
More info: Think Stockholm Website
Contact: Cecilia Isaksson (cecilia.isaksson@se.ibm.com) or Carina Thomasson (CARINA@se.ibm.com)

CMO, IBM Nordic

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