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DIS countdown: 16 letters of the English alphabet at DIS 2017

Some 600 delegates from at least 32 countries will converge in Berlin, Germany for Digital Innovators’ Summit 2017, taking place soon from 19-21 March (with the main Summit on 20 and 21 March).

Standard registration is available until 16 March, after which prices increase with €200 for late registrations. Register here if you haven’t yet.

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Delegates from the following countries will be there (making up 16 letters of the English alphabet):

A: Argentina, Austria, and Azerbaijan

B: Belgium

C: Canada, China, and the Czech Republic

D: Denmark

F: Finland

G: Germany, and Greece

I: India, Indonesia, Israel, and Italy

J: Japan

L: Luxembourg

M: Mexico

N: Netherlands and Norway

P: Poland and Portugal

R: Russia

S: Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland

T: Turkey

U: United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, and USA

See the agenda here, speakers here and list of sponsors here. Read interviews with some of our speakers here and/or visit innovators-summit.com for more reasons on why you should attend, including networking and social opportunities.

We hope to see you there!

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