Infotér Conference

IT pro Society Assocciation

This three-day conference is the most extensive event of the Hungarian digital ecosystem. In the past few years, we organized the country's only e-health conference on day Zero, which is complemented by a half-day event under the Modern Businesses Program. Traditionally, the evening ends with a few presentations or round-table discussions and a gala dinner with a charity wine auction. On the 1st and 2nd day of the conference, we cover an additional 10-15 topics that we organize jointly with our professional partners. Some topics of this year's conference: blockchain, fintech, cyber protection, industry 4.0, infrastructure, education, strategic programs. The main presentations usually take place in the morning, in the Anna Grand Hotel's Assembly Hall that can seat 300 people. This is followed by sections and panels where we mainly analyse different topics through round-table sessions and presentations. Final presentations are once again held in the Assembly Hall.

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Time & Place

17 Oct 2017 18:00 to 19 Oct 2017 13:00
Hotel Anna Grand, Balatonfüred, Gyógy tér 1. Hungary

Target Audience

opinion-forming leaders of organisations interested in the digital economy (representatives of the government, market players and professional organisations)


This year's Infotér Conference aims at identifying the tasks that will contribute to the success of our country, in which IT and the achievements of the information society comprise a significant part. The economy has no area nowadays in which IT does not play a decisive role, so it goes without saying that from digital agricultural policies through the digital workforce programme and modern businesses, to Industry 4.0 and export development, we will touch on everything with outstanding representatives in their respective fields. In line with the title of the conference, most of the presentations and discussions touch on the topic of the digital age: eHealth, the issue of senior citizens, education, digital competences, open source education, church and digitalization, arts and information technology, while the physiological, social and environmental impacts of digitalization will also be discussed.

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