Nuremberg will play host to Germany’s digital scene later this week, when the annual Nuremberg Digital Festival kicks off 10 days of programmes, featuring 170 events and up to 10,000 participants.
Besides celebrating Nuremberg’s thriving digital community, the festival draws attention to the opportunities that result from a digital revolution, shaping our lives in new ways: digitalisation effects society, art and culture, education, as well as technology and economy.
The festival hosts a broad selection of conferences, events, presentations and workshops to showcase the capabilities and creative ideas around digital topics in the Nuremberg region, helping to establish the city as a pioneer in digital change.
The 10-day festival serves as meeting point for the most important local digital creators, users, personalities and all of those who have found their home on the internet, including entrepreneurs, founders, tech-enthusiasts, bloggers, online-activists, hackers, developers, creators, designers, media representatives, marketing agencies, start-ups, SMEs and corporate enterprises, as well as investors and sponsors.
Besides connecting and promoting people and organisations already actively involved in the tech industry, it also serves as an access point for all those who are interested in this topic, from children to senior citizens, politicians to scientists.
As a platform for education, knowledge transfer, networking, cooperation and inspiration, the festival creates opportunities for everybody to get involved.
Find out more at nuernberg.digital/festival/