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Hillhead Digital platform open until end of May

Hillhead Digital

Nearly 5,000 visitors attend first-ever Hillhead Digital conference and exhibition event  

THE first-ever Hillhead Digital event took place online last week from 30–31 March and proved to be a huge success, attracting 4,988 attendees over the two days. 

The platform - www.hillhead.com/digital - will now remain open until the end of May, allowing visitors to view on demand more than 70 presentations and panel discussions from the New Horizons | Building the Recovery Conference. 
 
The free-to-view content provides valuable insights into the key developments in digitalization, decarbonization, infrastructure and people skills that are set to shape and transform the extractives industry and wider construction sector over the next decade.

Visitors to the platform will also be able to visit the 350 virtual exhibitor booths; watch promotional videos; download company brochures, product specifications and case studies; and make enquiries through the messaging facility at each booth. The networking tool will also remain active on the platform. 
 
Commenting on the event, Hillhead Digital event director Richard Bradbury said: ‘Thank you to everyone who attended the first Hillhead Digital live event. We look forward to continuing to build the Hillhead Digital community and welcome your feedback for future conference themes.’

The next ‘live’ Hillhead show will take place at Hillhead Quarry, Buxton, from 21–23 June 2022.

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