Get Digital is a conference that brings together leading industry and academic experts to share their knowledge and insight on emerging digital technologies and trends.

Over the course of the day the conference will have three main events:


Main Event –  Get Digital

In today’s business world, digital touches all industries from retail, financial services, healthcare to the education sector. Partnered with DCU Business School, the Irish Institute of Digital Business (formerly run by The Irish Centre for Cloud Computing and Commerce), organise and run a series of events focusing on a range of specific, relevant and emerging digital business themes that affecting the world we live in both today and in the future.

Get Digital 2018 will bring together a diverse range of speakers and contributors with this year’s event focusing on:

– Future of Work

– Digital Transformation

– Privacy, Trust and Governance

The is a FREE event open to all business professionals who would like to attend. It will be taking place between 14:00 – 18:00 pm in the Helix Theatre, DCU Glasnevin. If you wish to engage further with Get Digital 2018 you can follow the event hashtag #GetDigital18 .


Research Centre Launch – The Irish Institute of Digital Business

The Irish Institute of Digital Business (IIDB), a new industry-led research centre of excellence for innovation and applied research for digital business, will formally be launched in DCU Business School, 13:30 – 13:45. With social media, mobile technologies, big data and data analytics, cloud computing and the Internet-of-Things continue to revolutionise business models and operations, the newly formed IIDB will bring together a critical mass of digital business researchers necessary to support Ireland’s position as a global digital leader.


Morning Session – The 8th Symposium on Capital Markets and Fintech

DCU Business School is part of the European Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre, a foundation to promote and facilitate capital markets research amongst research institutions and industry. As part of this engagement, DCU Business School has been running a series of Quarterly Symposia on Capital Markets and Fintech to foster collaboration between the Irish financial services industry and academia, and to explore the potential impacts of technology innovation on businesses.

The Eight DCU Quarterly Symposium will specifically focus on regulatory technology (RegTech). RegTech is an emerging field within the financial services industry that utilizes information technology to enhance regulatory compliance and processes. With increasing levels of regulation and a greater focus on data and reporting across the financial sector, there are a growing number of challenges around understanding, implementing and embedding new regulatory requirements as well as understanding and managing these risks.

The 8th Symposium will bring together leading experts from both industry and academia to demonstrate how firms that invest in RegTech solutions are creating added value by leveraging regulatory focused data to better understand and manage their compliance risks. The event will take place between 09:00 – 14:00 in DCU Business School (Room Q301/302).


Registering for Tickets

This fantastic industry-led event is FREE of charge and open to all business professionals who wish to gain a deeper insight into how a range of emerging digital technologies and trends are transforming the world we live in. Attendees can choose to attend both morning and afternoon events from the following ticket types: