early October, 2016 Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and president Brad Smith spent time visiting Ireland, France and Germany and Satya also visited the UK. Throughout the week they met with government and business leaders, students, educators and customers. Here is a sampling of their busy week in photos.
Ireland – Monday October 3 rd
Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft speaks to attendees at the Microsoft Ireland Tech Gathering on October 3, 2016. Mr. Nadella highlighted how the cloud is helping organizations in every industry accelerate their digital transformation and enabling powerful new ways for people to work. The event was attended by 2000 Irish developers, business leaders and representatives from Ireland’s start-up scene.
Brad Smith speaks to more than by 2000 Irish developers, business leaders and representatives from Ireland’s start-up scene at Microsoft Ireland Tech Gathering. He introduced A Cloud for Global Good
Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft in conversation with the adventurer Mark Pollock, as the pair visited St Patrick’s College, Dublin, where they met with teachers and students and discussed of technology is changing the way students learn.
France – Tuesday October 4 th
Satya attended a DigiGirlz event with 25 French teens. The event focused on digital inclusion, and is just one of many DigiGirlz events designed to provide young women with a better understanding of what a career in technology can offer.
Germany – Wednesday October 5 th
Microsoft announced new technology to support the inclusion of refugee children in Germany. A new version of the language learning program, Schlaumäuse [Smart Mice], has been adapted specifically to non-German speakers to help them acquire local language skills. Here a young student shows him the new app. United Kingdom – Thursday October 6 th
Satya Nadella delivers the closing keynote at the Transform conference in London.
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