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Registration open for BDA’s Tech Summit

David Hart, CEO of the Bermuda Business Development Agency is excited for this year’s Bermuda Tech Summit (Photograph supplied)

The Bermuda Business Development Agency’s fourth annual Bermuda Tech Summit is now three months away and registration is open.

The popular event will be held at the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club in Pembroke from October 26 to 28, as part of Bermuda Tech Week.

Delegates will hear senior policymakers, fintech leaders and international regulators provide thought-provoking content over three half days, with afternoons left free for networking and local excursions, including the PGA Tour’s Butterfield Bermuda Championship.

BDA chief executive officer, David Hart said: “The theme of this year’s Tech Summit is resilience and innovation, two key strands of Bermuda’s DNA.

”After two years of holding this event virtually, we are so excited to welcome delegates back to Bermuda’s dynamic and growing tech ecosystem.

”You will not want to miss being a part of these important in-person conversations, including how Bermuda’s world-leading risk management culture and enterprising spirit can help chart a future course forward for fintech.

“From crypto lending and digital banks, to ESG, we are sure to have something on our agenda that will interest you.”

The BDA’s Bermuda Tech Summit is the centrepiece event of Bermuda Tech Week, which is being held in partnership with the Bermuda Government’s Economic Development Department.


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Published July 25, 2022 at 7:50 am (Updated July 25, 2022 at 7:50 am)

Registration open for BDA’s Tech Summit

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