Times Network has announced the 6th edition of Digital India Summit 2020. The summit will drive the theme ‘Enabling the New Normal’ and set the agenda to define a sustainable and superlative ecosystem to accelerate and shape India’s digital future. It will enable conversations and discourses in the search for digitally empowered solutions for present and future challenges.
Digital India Summit 2020 will witness insightful sessions, fireside chats, panel discussions with key policy makers, thought-leaders and tech pioneers, who are at the forefront of India’s digital transformation and is envisioned with the purpose to accelerate India’s digital transformation by defining an action plan for progress.
The 6-week long virtual summit will address a diverse spectrum of topics including how technology has enabled Government to fight Covid-19, impact of the virus on the digital world, digital transformation across sectors and living with the new normal and will see voices including Ravi Shankar Prasad, Minister of law and justice, electronics and information technology and communications ; NG Subramaniam, chief operating officer, TCS ; Randi Zuckerberg, founder and chief executive officer, Zuckerberg Media ; Anant Maheshwari, president, Microsoft India ; Randeep Guleria, director, AIIMS; Debjani Ghosh, president, NASSCOM ; Amit Agarwal, global senior vice president and country head, Amazon India and S.K Gupta, secretary, TRAI.
MK Anand, managing director and chief executive officer, Times Network said, “Digital India Summit 2020 takes centre stage at an opportune time where Covid-19 has reemphasised the importance of building a robust digital ecosystem to support the nation’s growth. I am confident that collaborative discussions between eminent technology leaders and policy makers will shape decisive strategies in crystalizing the nation’s digital future and support the transformation shift, an imperative in the post Covid-19 future.”