Witness the future of digital technology by visiting next month’s two-day Expo in central Manchester

An exciting itinerary has been arranged for this year’s DTX and UCX exhibitions.

In just under one month’s time, Manchester will welcome visitors to this year’s Digital Transformation Expo (DTX) event, which is being staged for the ninth time. Once again, this digital and IT extravaganza has attracted some well-known names, and will be held at the Manchester Central arena in Windmill Street (M2 3GX).

Among those giving keynote speeches are entertainer and illusionist Derren Brown; multi-gold medal winning Paralympian Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson; and the former cyber head at GCHQ in Cheltenham, Ciaran Martin.

This two-day event takes place on Wednesday May 22nd, and Thursday May 23rd, and remains the biggest IT and technology exhibitions in the north of England.

As in previous years, the event forms part of Manchester Tech Week and DTX will share the spotlight with Unified Communications Expo (UCX). UCX showcases digital workplace tooling and customer contact strategy.

And, in 2024, attendees will be able to sample Code 100, which has been dubbed Europe’s ‘ultimate coding competition’ and is being held in the UK for the first time.

Over the two days, visitors will learn about today’s most important digital conversations and have access to workshops.

DTX and UCX will also welcome some of the best and biggest brands in the country, including Booking.com, Lloyds, JD Sports, Bupa Dental, NatWest and Porsche Motorsports.  All these organisations will offer an insight into how they are planning to leverage technology as part of the company’s ever-evolving digital future.

These two events (DTX and UCX) combined will provide delegates with insight, case studies and unrivalled knowledge from businesses at the forefront of digital transformation. And it’s all available under one roof in central Manchester.

DTX and UCX are focused on empowering organisations to stay ahead of the competition, by helping them to rethink their current operational strategies, reimagine their future possibilities and realise their potential for change.

The itinerary has been designed to highlight today’s most topical technology issues. Those who visit will gain unique insight into the following:

  • Build an agile cloud and infrastructure roadmap to enable cost optimisation and value creation;
  • Refine data governance and culture to ensure foundations for next-stage innovations;
  • Assess the tactical approach which cyber teams are implementing to manage risk;
  • How customer-focused, adaptable and innovative engineering teams are solving problems;

* Empower colleagues and customers to work with, not against, AI.

Those wishing to attend can get their free pass by clicking here.

Andy Swales
Andy Swales

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