Think 2020: Update

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The health and wellness of our clients, employees, and partners is our top priority.

Given the global precautions for the COVID-19 Coronavirus, and building upon recommendations from the World Health Organization, we have decided to recreate IBM Think 2020 and PartnerWorld for our Business Partners, from a face-to-face event to a global, free, digital-first experience, to still be held on May 5-7.

Think 2020 will be an exciting combination of live streamed content, interactive sessions, certifications and locally hosted smaller events. These will all highlight IBM’s technology and industry expertise for developers and clients without the need for travel.

We look forward to bringing you a re-imagined Think 2020 as a premiere digital experience filled with innovative technology, extraordinary experts, and rich, immersive experiences.

Register for the Digital Event Experience here:



Senior Vice President, Digital Sales & Chief Marketing Officer, IBM

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