D-Tech International is Exhibiting at EDGE Conference
We are delighted to announce that we will be attending this year’s EDGE Conference in Edinburgh. Taking place across two days, EDGE 2023 welcomes innovators from across the globe to share best practices, learn about new technologies and connect with like-minded professionals.
EDGE 2023 will take place on Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd March at the grand Radisson Blu Hotel located at 80 Royal Mile Edinburgh.
This year’s conference promises to be a spectacular event, with an impressive array of guest speakers including Dr Darren Smart from BEM Libraries Development, Dr Noah Lenstra from the University of North Carolina Greensboro, and National Libraries Director at Greenwich Leisure Limited (GLL) Diana Edmonds MBE.
As National Libraries Director for GLL, a charitable social enterprise, Diana manages more than 100 libraries across the country on behalf of local authorities. Like all library professionals, Diana is passionate about providing great library services which are equipped to support and develop local communities.
Our Managing Director James Breakell commented; “We’re thrilled to be exhibiting at this year’s EDGE conference. It’s a fantastic opportunity to learn about innovative insights into the library and technology industry, whilst connecting with like-minded library and technology professionals.”
Across the two-day conference, attendees will have the opportunity to learn about a range of interesting topics, including the wider outcomes of public library services, the latest trends and innovations, and how libraries can become a community for positive change.
Representatives from D-Tech will be exhibiting products from our RFID range and delivering insights on how to improve your library’s self-service capabilities. Visit D-Tech’s stand in the conference room to learn more. Want to know more? Find out about EDGE 2023 here!
Reducing Air Miles in Favour of Going Green
D-Tech International is making a conscious effort to reduce its carbon footprint. To keep carbon emissions as low as possible, D-Tech has decided against flying to Edinburgh and and seek a lower emission alternative for travel and shipping. In doing so, D-Tech has saved an estimated amount of 157.0kg of carbon dioxide per person.