Source: eKapija | Thursday, 06.04.2017.| 14:34
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First international INAT Summit April 20-23, 2017, Belgrade

The first international IT conference INAT (Innovation Attitude) Summit will be held on April 20-23 in Belgrade with the aim of strengthening and stimulating IT professionals and students to actively use innovation in their work.

As the organizer, the Innovation Attitude Centre, says, aside from IT professionals and students, the conference aims to attract managers of IT companies, as well as entrepreneurs and initiators of technological startups.

The program consists of three main events: a lecture at the Terazije Theater on April 21, the INAT award ceremony at the National Assembly of Serbia on the night of April 21 (applications may be sent by April 10) and the workshop at the Chamber of Commerce of Serbia on April 22.

Twenty-four lecturers, of which 70% foreign ones, have confirmed participation so far. The topics are current and varied, and the INAT Summit speakers will present their solutions, discoveries and trends in virtual and augmented reality, big data, digital content marketing, Internet of Things, web design, crowdfunding, artificial intelligence, IT innovations in tourism and urban planning...

Among the lecturers are: Thomas Bjorge, NLP trainer at Momentum Strategies Sweden, Ed Leon Klinger, founder of Flock, Steve Woody, author of the bestseller Plan Your Website, Lazar Dzamic, creative strategist, Milovan Jovicic, software developer and director of Alpha Design and others.

The conference fee is RSD 4,900 for students, and there’s a discount for group visits.

INAT Summit has been supported by Vip Mobile, Nordeus, the British-Serbian Chamber of Commerce, embassies of Israel, Slovenia, Canada and USA. Other patrons of the conference include the Chamber of Commerce of Serbia, the City of Belgrade and the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia.

As added, an IT mentorship program open to all participants is planned following INAT Summit.

For more info, visit the official website.

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