Belfast to host technology conference
25 Feb 2014
The Belfast Technology Conference (BelTech2014) will take place from April 2 - 4 in The Europa Hotel.
The event - which will be curated by Kainos Software, along with partners University of Ulster, Belfast City Council, Building Change Trust and Kernel Capital - promises to be the premier high tech event of 2014, bringing together tech and business leaders from all over the world.
In addition to informing technology professionals and businesses of emerging technologies, allowing them to compete on a global scale, the conference will educate school pupils, parents and teachers about the potential of a career within the technology industry.
BelTech2014 will showcase the best NI talent and achievement and will illustrate how Belfast and Northern Ireland as a whole is the perfect location in which to grow a digital business. Speakers will include Joe Drumgoole, MongoDB; Paul Wilkinson, Cloudera; James Whelton, founder, CoderDojo; Alaina Percival, founder and CEO, Women Who Code; Emma Mulqueeny, founder, Rewired State & Young Rewired State.
To celebrate the launch of BelTech the organisers are offering a 'two for one’ rate on tickets, which can be purchased from www.beltech2014.com
or 028 9061 1916.
Pictured at the launch of BelTech 2014 are (from left) Sheree Atcheson, founder of Women Who Code Belfast; Jennifer Cooke, Technology Commercialisation Manager at the University of Ulster; Tom Gray, CTO, Kainos; and Councillor Deirdre Hargey, Chair of Belfast City Council’s Development Committee.