What is High Tech Summit?

High Tech Summit is part conference and part exhibition powered by DTU (Technical University of Denmark). Our vision is to create the largest research-based meeting place in Denmark within the field of digitization.

The summit aims to create the perfect environment for companies, start-ups, organisations and universities to meet and present their latest technological developments, debate the most recent discoveries, participate in matchmaking events, and generate ideas. We invite both technology providers and technology users to participate.

Remember, High Tech Summit is free for all guests!

We will open for sign up and publish the program for the High Tech Summit in September.

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The impact of High Tech Summit 2019

Satisfied visitors and exhibitors

81%
of exhibitors will certainly, very likely or likely book a stand in 2020.

82%
of visitors were satisfied or even very satisfied with High Tech Summit 2019.

Hear what others are saying

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“This is not a High Tech Summit – this is a world class summit. Technological development is our most important tool when it comes to ensure sustainable development – and your commitment, ideas and talent is pivotal for the realization of a better future for our children and grandchildren. Sustainability is not only common sense – it has become good business too. The time has come – not to ask what you can do for the global goals – but what the global goals can do for you. It may not sound heroic. But to be honest. I don’t care how it sounds, as long as it makes the world – the entire world – a better place.”

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Lars Løkke Rasmussen, Danish Prime Minister
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“In my career, I have participated or spoken at hundreds of innovation events. Rarely do I see an event that can attract the interest of the Prime Minister but also keep the environment intimate for real connections to occur organically. The fact that an industry event was open to students really showed that DTU is serious about engaging all parts of their ecosystem. This is what is needed to put Copenhagen on the startup map with the Silicon Valley, Tel Aviv, and Berlin. Well done!”

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Ken Singer, Managing Director, Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology, UC Berkeley

Visitor profile at High Tech Summit 2018