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This year, Web Summit, the “world’s largest technology event” according to the Financial Times, is forming partnerships with companies like Schneider Electric and NGOs like Zero Desperidicio and Crescer to reduce its impact on the environment. They believe in leading by example so they are taking significant steps to continually improve the sustainability of their event.
Initiatives like women in tech and planet:tech are set to promote how technology can address the most serious problems facing our planet, including climate change, world hunger, education, health, gender equality, and clean water access.
“The planet is facing detrimental environmental problems. The technology community must recognise that it has a significant role in the fight against climate change. Our global audience presents us with an enormous opportunity to provide trusted guidance, inspiration and thought leadership in order to help us stand together in trying to solve the world’s biggest social, economic and environmental issues” says Peter Gilmer, Chief Impact Officer of Web Summit.
About Web Summit
Forbes says Web Summit is “the best tech conference on the planet”, Bloomberg calls it “Davos for geeks”, Politico “the Olympics of tech”, and the Guardian “Glastonbury for geeks”.
Whatever Web Summit is, it would not be possible without an incredible team of nearly 200 employees, including world class engineers, data scientists, designers, producers, marketers, salespeople and more. They have disrupted an old industry by building incredible software and designing mind-blowing events – revolutionising how people and ideas come together to change the world.
You can find more information about the Web Summit at www.websummit.com.