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Passionate about the Digital, Innovative and Green-Tech?
Do you consider yourself creative, innovative or entrepreneurial? Proudly sponsored by the Commonwealth Bank, the “DiG Festival” aims to bring together and educate the technologically like-minded together.

This year’s “DiG Festival”, which stands for Design, Interactive and Green-Tech, is the first of its kind held in Australia and emulates the growingly popular SXSW in Austin.

For two days (3 - 4 October), this festival will drive Australia’s Digital future and support key initiatives such as the Digital Education Revolution, the Digital Regions Initiative and the National Energy Efficiency Initiative.

With Keynote speakers including:

Nick Aronson, Commonwealth Bank Global Head of Transaction Banking Solutions;

Jane Huxley, Pandora.com;

Prof Mario Minichiello & Chris Tucker;

and many other demonstrations, seminars, and workshops all focussing on clean, green and innovative business. All events are tailored to attract a new generation of business and investment to Newcastle and the Hunter.

So come be a part of this inaugural event and learn from leaders of their field, as they showcase Australia’s transition to a technologically smart and clean economy.
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Why? Be at the forefront of Australias Transition into a technologically smart and clean economy.
Phone: 61 2 4929 5139
Where: City Hall, King Street, Newcastle
Cost: $225: 1 day pass, $399: 2 day pass
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