Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic will open the “Digital, Life, Design” (DLD) salon on Monday, October 29, at 2 pm, at the National Museum of Serbia in Belgrade.
The first DLD salon in Belgrade is being held at the initiative of Prime Minister Brnabic as a part of the “Serbia Creates” platform, which aims to present Serbia as a globally recognizable country of innovations and creative people.
The event will bring together more than 200 influential creative people from all over the world, gathered around the DLD platform and presenting digital innovations in the fields of virtual reality, digital education, art, design and gaming.
According to The Economist, the DLD conference is one of the two most important such conferences in Europe, and the list of participants at the previous installments includes Mark Zuckerberg, Paulo Coelho and Yoko Ono.
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