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Tech Summit 2023 | June 7th

Technology is a vital enabler of sustainability – from accelerating net zero transitions to creating more sustainable value chains. And, we believe there is so much more to discover!

During the Tech Summit we’ll explore the most essential technologies in today’s quickly changing world and share our insights on how to tackle sustainability challenges with tech. We will walk you through practical examples of how innovative solutions are applied to create a sustainable future. Furthermore, there will be hands-on workshops to experience various technologies yourself.

Curious to find out how you can make a positive impact through tech? Join our Tech Summit: Sustain the Future!

https://careersatcapgemini.nl/events/tech-summit-2023

PS: As far as we are concerned, a summit is not a summit without a fun-square filled with food-trucks, drinks, and games… will you join the fun?

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