Kickstart Europe - data centres and critical environments

Kickstart Europe 2023 starts next month, and will be focused on the latest insights for data centres addressing global energy and sustainability challenges

After the turbulence of 2022, the global data centre industry is looking to 2023 with no small degree of trepidation. 

Throughout last year, the world’s data centre and connectivity providers faced huge - often unprecedented - challenges, in the forms of rising inflation rates, energy costs, staff shortages and sustainability. The complexity of these issues were exacerbated even further, by the need to continue supporting the ever-rising need for digital services. 

So, in the current climate, the need for networking, skillsharing and thought leadership are more prevalent than ever before. 

The focus of this year’s Kickstart Europe Conference 

On Tuesday February 21st, more than 1000 industry professionals will come together at the Kickstart Europe Conference 2023

Taking place in the Amsterdam RAI venue, experts from the fields of data centre, fibre and cloud technologies will discuss the latest developments in strategy and investments in digital infrastructure.

This is an invaluable opportunity for visitors to gain insights on how to battle the biggest challenges that the industry is facing, while also learning how to take advantage of the new opportunities that are set to open up this year. 

The speakers and agenda for Kickstart Europe 2023

On February 21, the conference will launch with a programme of discussions and short keynote insights into the data centre market and investments in digital infrastructure. 

The EMEA region will be represented by a number of key industry players, including: 

You can find a full overview of the programme here:

Tickets for Kickstart Europe 2023 are now available. Secure your spot here.


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