Sit down with people from diverse social, cultural, political and business groups and join forces in finding ways to increase trust in evidence-based research and critical thinking.
Michał Boni, Member of the European Parliament, PL
Prof Chris Rapley, Professor of Climate Science, University College London, UK
Dr Mark Alfano, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Delft University of Technology, NL
Lea Illera, Artist, AT
Antonio Gomes da Costa, Scientific Adviser, Universcience, FR
Cissi Askwall, Secretary General, VA (Public & Science), SE
SOTN is the largest Internet policy conference in the U.S. and the only one with over 50 percent Congressional staff and government policymakers in attendance. The State of the Net Conference is organized by the Internet Education Foundation (IEF).
A full day of panels, keynotes, fireside chats and lively debate will tackle the policy issues of the day and delve into the technology trends that will come to define 2018.
On the eve of the EU-U.S. Information Society Dialogue, CCIA will host the third edition of our Transatlantic Digital Economy Dialogue.
Confirmed speakers include:
Roberto Viola, Director General, DC CONNECT, European Commission
Robert L. Strayer, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Cyber and International Communications and Information Policy
Linda Corugedo-Steneberg, Director, DG CONNECT, European Commission
Larry Stone, President, Group Public & Government Affairs, BT
ETNO and MLex are continuing the long-lasting partnership by organising the 9th ETNO-MLex Regulatory Summit 2018. The Summit creates a platform for up to 200 high-level delegates, representing telecom operators, the EU institutions, regulators, academics, investors and other industry stakeholders, to discuss key EU regulatory issues.
The intersections between competition, data protection and consumer policy are particularly significant in the digital economy and, in particular, in data-driven markets.
The use of data by firms for the development of products and services has the potential to generate substantial efficiencies and productivity gains; therefore, there is a need to explore the implications on competition authorities’ work and on whether competition law can address the arising issues from data collection and usage.
During the event, high-level policy makers and stakeholders will discuss about how the current competition law framework should analyse transactions and behaviors in data-driven markets.
This event is by invitation-only and will gather 20 selected key decision-makers and experts on the topic.
The European 5G Conference will focus on aspects such as connectivity, use cases and deployment models, this two-day event will bring together high-level stakeholders to meet and discuss the roadmap ahead as we continue the journey towards the Gigabit Society. More on this event
“Masters of Digital 2018” offers a unique opportunity for governments and businesses to discuss the forthcoming policy challenges impacting the Digital Economy and to identify the key enablers that will transform Europe digitally. The event will gather a broad range of high-level EU policy-makers and senior decision-makers from the digital technology industry.
At this event in Brussels the Vodafone Institute will bring together economists, academics, entrepreneurs, technologists, and policymakers to discuss how we can get ahead of the game and secure a successful and safe digital future for Europe. More on this event
Mobile World Congress is the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry, organised by the GSMA and held in the Mobile World Capital, Barcelona, 26 February – 1 March 2018.
This annual event provides a unique platform for business opportunities and relationship-building. Mobile World Congress includes over 2,300 exhibitors, showcasing the latest innovations; a world-class conference featuring inspiring keynotes and discussions; one of a kind networking opportunities; and the annual Global Mobile Awards ceremony, which recognises leading mobile solutions and initiatives around the world.
Join us to see how mobile is ‘Creating a Better Future’.
The last 10 years have seen tremendous change across the world—from the internet creating a forum for global conversations and proliferation of information, to smart TVs, smart-er cars, talking appliances, virtual assistants, and more. These changes influence every aspect of our lives—the way we work, play, and interact with each other—and have had a profound effect on consumer expectations and norms.
Join the International Trademark Association (INTA) in New York on March 19 and 20for the2018 Brands and Innovation conference, where leading business and legal experts will discuss the impact of innovation on brands and provide practical tips that will help attendees successfully navigate and harness new innovations to benefit products, services, brands, consumers and their own day-to-day jobs.