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Ireland eGovernment Summit and Awards, 26th May

The Ireland eGovernment Summit and Awards is the premier event highlighting the forward thinkers who are using technology to make a positive impact on citizens' lives.

Eavann Murphy, Chief Commercial Officer
eir Business

eir Business is proud to be founding partner of this influential event that brings together thought leaders in innovation and technology to shape the future of public sector communication trends.

If you’d like to attend this year’s eGovernment Summit, the awards ceremony or both, please visit the following Eventbrite link where you can purchase single or multiple ticket options and ensure you don’t miss this exciting event on Friday, May 26h, 2017

What is the eGovernment Summit?

Held in eir’s HQ in Dublin, the eGovernment Summit is a half-day event focusing on innovation and technology trends in the public sector. Speakers will cover several core themes: open data, robotics and AI. There will also be the opportunity to network with thought leaders in public sector innovation.

Why is eir Business a headline sponsor?

eir Business and the eGovernment Summit and Awards are a natural match: we have a long-term strategic relationships with government and public sector agencies nationwide. Our fibre network facilitates many of the innovations and advances we’re seeing in the public sector.

What are the eGovernment Awards?

The eGovernment awards recognise the innovators who are pioneering changes and helping deliver better online services for Irish citizens. They are open to state agencies, local authorities and public sector departments, and to private sector companies who partner on eGovernment projects.

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