25 April 2017 12:30-14:00 / European Parliament

Connected cars

The EIF Organising Committee for this debate is currently working on the agenda. It will be published as soon as possible.

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26 April 2017 8:00-9:30 / European Parliament

e-Government

The EIF Organising Committee for this debate is currently working on the agenda. It will be published as soon as possible.

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30 May 2017 12:30-14:00 / European Parliament

Blockchain

The EIF Organising Committee for this debate is currently working on the agenda. It will be published as soon as possible.

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31 May 2017 8:00-9:30 / European Parliament

Future of urban mobility

The EIF Organising Committee for this debate is currently working on the agenda. It will be published as soon as possible.

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29 March 2017 8:00-9:30 / European Parliament

Digital skills of tomorrow

From the growing need for digital skills in the workplace, to services such as e-government and online banking, basic digital skills are vital to participation in modern society. The danger is that with the digital revolution, we risk leaving many people behind. Nearly half of EU citizens have insufficient digital skills and nearly one in five people has never used the internet.

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28 March 2017 20:00-22:00 / European Parliament

Fintech transforming digital economics and the economy

Entrepreneurs create value through innovation and the art of doing business. They use their imagination and ambition to generate new ideas, drive change and set new standards. They embrace risks as individuals to generate collective rewards, contributing to job creation. They inspire future leaders transforming dreams into actions and clear plans.

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28 March 2017 19:00-20:00 / European Parliament

EIF 17th General Assembly

EIF Members are invited to attend the 17th EIF Annual General Assembly.

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23 March 2017 8:00-9:30 / European Parliament

WiFi4EU: connecting citizens to the new European gigabit society

The Wifi4EU initiative seeks to expand the reach of the European gigabit society by making funds available to promote the availability of high-capacity Wi-Fi connectivity through free WiFi hotspots for citizens who would otherwise be without Internet access.

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