|25th Feb 2022 to 26th Feb 2022|
|9am - 5.30pm|
University of Strathclyde
16 Richmond Street, Glasgow City Centre G1 1XQ
|This is a free event|
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Scottish Summit started in 2019 as a way to showcase Microsoft Dynamics 365 in Scotland. The first event gathered 370 Dynamics professionals to Glasgow to watch 38 sessions. In 2020 the full Microsoft Cloud Community was invited to showcase all the Microsoft Cloud stack and over 1,100 people attended. Fast Forward to 2021 and world events allow the event to go Global to over 3,400 attendees who took in 365 sessions.
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