RIGA COMM 2023 Fair and Conference for Digitisation and Business Development!
On 5 and 6 October, the 12th Baltic Business Technology Fair and Conference RIGA COMM 2023 will take place in Ķīpsala, where at least 100 businesses from more than 10 countries will present their business technology innovations. Visitors will be able to learn, network, find the right digital solutions and technology partners.
Participants will have the opportunity to learn from IT experts and gain insights into how to use today’s technologies to their benefit. RIGA COMM is a great opportunity to keep up to date with the latest developments in these ever-changing times and the IT industry, as well as gain valuable knowledge that helps build business and success. It is also a great networking platform for getting to know professionals from different industries. They are the ones who will give you advice on how to improve your business, digitise processes, boost sales, improve customer service and human resource management, as well as production and other processes in your organisation.
Progressive financial technologies and tools
Every year, financial technologies are developed and adapted to the needs of businesses and organisations. Keeping up with technology developments has the potential to provide faster and better payment processing and money transfers, choose easy-to-use loan, investment, financial and asset management tools, create corporate cards, integrate expense management systems and data analytics tools, and use other solutions available on the market, as well as develop financial solutions for your customers. At the RIGA COMM 2023 Fintech Conference you will learn how, and which advanced financial tools and solutions are worth integrating into your business processes.
Digital distribution space
There is no denying that mobile shopping is booming. You can buy everything for the home – food, new technology and more – without even leaving your sofa. To satisfy the customer, the distribution channels chosen, their functionality and accessibility to the customer need to be improved rapidly. These and many other e-commerce news and opportunities will be available at the E-Commerce Conference.
This year, RIGA COMM will also offer a Digital Marketing Conference, where experts will provide the latest information on Google Ads, Facebook Ads, Instagram Ads, email, content, affiliate, mobile and influencer marketing, website optimisation and analytics, GDPR in marketing and sales, chatbots, advertisement and social networks, digital and export strategies for attracting customers, as well as main sales tools.
Cybersecurity as a business priority
Cybersecurity is an important issue in today’s digital world. As the number of cyberattacks increases, it is important to remain vigilant and protect ourselves from these malicious threats. Therefore, this year’s RIGA COMM will also host a Cybersecurity Conference, where various professionals will reveal how to protect your business and yourself early in the digital environment, what tools and solutions are best to choose and what strategies to implement to prevent cyberattacks.
Tech for efficiency in human resources
To meet the needs of today’s customers and organisations, work processes need to become faster and more efficient. That is why Smart Human Resource technologies (HR) management is becoming increasingly important. You will learn about the latest and the best smart HR technologies management, planning, mutual communication, and other processes at the HR Tech conference.
Decentralised Web3 management
For more than 10 years, decentralised internet has been a hot topic and there are many questions about blockchain technology and decentralised applications. What digital infrastructure solutions has the Web3 community already developed in the areas of payment, digital identity, digital ownership, data protection, privacy and more? Find out at the Web3 conference in Ķīpsala.
Machine learning for business process automation
The publication and availability of the artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT to the public and developers has generated unprecedented public attention and interest in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies and their applications in content, visual and audio content and software code creation, marketing, customer service and more.
At this year’s Machine Learning conference, IT industry experts and leading researchers will provide insights into how machine learning can help all businesses to improve efficiency, reduce costs and promote innovation in their organisations, and reveal how our everyday engagement with technology will be transformed.
The tech sector has opportunities for all
To encourage more women to join the technology industry. For the fifth year, the Women in Tech conference will take place. The conference will provide an insight into the experiences of women in different positions and the wide range of professional opportunities in the IT and technology sectors.
Integration of the virtual and physical worlds
IoT, or Internet of Things, is the concept of connecting all physical objects and devices, such as machines, appliances, and sensors, to the internet. It allows these devices to collect and exchange data with each other and with people in real time over the internet. IoT has enabled us to control our homes, cars, and other everyday objects from anywhere in the world. Therefore, after a break, the IoT & Robotics conference is back at RIGA COMM, where you will be able to find out what is happening in the field of IoT and robotics.
Lectures on digitisation tools on a new stage
This year, another new addition to the event stages – a stage for discussions and presentations covering topics such as HealthTech, SpaceTech, Sustainable Technology, Quantum Technology, GovTech, Metaverse and other digitisation topics. Recently, these are the most discussed topics, and it is worth discussing and learning more about them together.
Do not miss it!
Early Bird tickets for RIGA COMM 2023 – on the website
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