Unily to sponsor the 2018 Gartner Digital Workplace Summit in London
We’re delighted to announce our sponsorship of the 2018 Gartner Digital Workplace Summit as a Platinum level sponsor. Get €325 off a full priced ticket, and learn from Shell’s VP of Internal Communications in our Solutions Provider Speaking Session.
Hosted in London's Waterloo Park Plaza hotel, the Gartner Digital Workplace Summit will bring together experts from around the globe looking to learn, network and share. The two-day conference offers an impressive agenda sharing new insights, and actionable strategies to help you create a complete modern digital workplace platform your employees will love.
The Gartner Digital Workplace Summit will focus on four main themes:
- Employee Experience
- Digital Workplace Applications
- Digital Workplace Program Management
- Future of Work
Get a €325 discount to the summit
We’re able to offer a €325 discount for our contacts. If you’re interested in attending, please fill out the form on the right. * €325 off the standard rate, the discount cannot be applied retrospectively and is for new registrations only.
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