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Bratislava is hosting the leading conference on digitization and new technologies in Slovakia. Providing a unique discussion space for top opinion makers, ITAPA has solidified its position as a groundbreaking platform for innovation and new technologies. This year, the event is taking place in Crowne Plaza Bratislava.

The ITAPA events have been present in Slovakia and in European discourse on digital transformation for the past two decades. Since its inception, ITAPA has become the leading and most influential conference in Slovakia. The conference shapes public discourse in areas such as digitalization, healthcare, the economy, innovations and cybersecurity. Each year, the event welcomes more than 150 distinguished speakers. In addition, more than 500 on-site and 4.000 online participants visit every year.

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Three days full of trending topics

On the first day of the conference, innovations will be at the forefront, whereas digitalization will be on the agenda on day 2. Presentations will be made by: Safaa Aldwaik (GIS & IT Director and the Chief Data Officer of the city of Ramallah, Palestine), Ján Hargaš (State Secretary of MIRDI) and leaders of digitalization from European countries.

The three-day conference will culminate in eye-opening talks and a closing ceremony on Thursday, 1 December 2022. Among a slew of pressing topics within the industry, the event will strive to find answers to the following questions:

– How to use the crisis for success?
– How to transform from a production workshop to a European innovation hub?
– What innovations does cyber security use?
– What innovation hubs already exist in Europe?

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The ITAPA events help shape opinions in areas such as digitalization, healthcare, and cybersecurity. Each year, ITAPA creates a unique discussion space for top decision and opinion-makers from Slovakia and Europe. The Autumn edition is expected to have multiplicative effects on the meetings industry in Bratislava and foster the growth of technology within the city.

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This article was implemented with the financial support of the Ministry of Transport and Construction of the Slovak Republic.