Updated: Aug 16
On the picturesque shores of Cape Verde, the Perola Hotel played host to NRS Better Internet event that had internet enthusiasts and experts buzzing with anticipation.
The event, held on the 31st of May 2023, aimed to explore the intricacies of internet governance and set the stage for a brighter future in the digital realm. With an array of industry leaders, policymakers, and tech enthusiasts in attendance, the event was a resounding success, leaving a lasting impact on the world of internet governance.
The event provided a platform for meaningful conversations, inspiring discussions, and invaluable networking opportunities that fostered collaboration and innovation.
The heart of the NRS Better Internet Event was its series of panel discussions that delved deep into the core issues surrounding internet governance. These engaging discussions facilitated a cross-pollination of ideas and provided attendees with valuable insights into the complexities of shaping the digital future.
Beyond the riveting discussions, the event offered ample opportunities for networking and collaboration. Attendees had the chance to connect with like-minded individuals, forge new partnerships, and explore avenues for joint initiatives.
The event facilitated the exchange of ideas and the formation of alliances, strengthening the global network of internet governance stakeholders and paving the way for future collaborations.
Held in the beautiful setting of Cape Verde's Perola Hotel the NRS better Internet event was a resounding success. Through enlightening keynote speeches, engaging panel discussions, and innovative solutions, the event contributed significantly to the advancement of internet governance.
The global community of experts and stakeholders came together to envision a future that promotes inclusivity, privacy, and security in the digital sphere.
As the curtains fell on this remarkable event, it was evident that the NRS Better Internet Event had set the stage for a transformative era in the governance of the internet.
A peak into the event.