On Friday 23 September we’ll host the IDnext golf tournament for the third time.
Since the first two tournaments were highly appreciated by all participants, we organize another golf day this year. In the afternoon of Friday 23 September, the IDnext golf day will take place on a golf court in the west of the Netherlands. As soon as the location is known, we’ll let you now directly through a formal invitation.
eYOU in the EU is a European event welcoming more than150 experts and policy and decision makers from all over Europe to gain insight into the current digital market and its developments: which innovations are expected, what lessons can be gleaned from business cases, and how about privacy? Jasper Wesseling, Benita Matofska and Amelia Andersdotter will update you...
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Trust in the Digital World (TDW) is Europe’s leading independent, interdisciplinary, unbiased and Europe-focused conference. The Business impact of Disruptive technologies’ is the main theme of this two-day event that will take place at New Babylon Centre on 15-16 June. This conference is an indispensable event for those in business, public sector and government who are involved in the policy, security, systems and processes surrounding Trust.
IDnext is seeking nominations for the identity Innovation Award; Nominations with support documents are due by May 31st 2016. For further information and inquiries about the identity innovation award, go to www.digitalidentityaward.com
Xavier started playing golf in 1985 at the age of five at a local field hockey club called HDS in his hometown The Hague where they had a driving range during the winter months. After having played at Stichting Openbaar Golf Den Haag for a number of years, a golf course built on a camping site, Xavier joined the Rijswijkse Golfclub at age ten where his game developed.