We are at a crossroads. Automation, AI and digital technologies mean that in the next 10 to 15 years, 21 million new jobs will be created in Europe, and 90% of all jobs will require at least some level of digital skills.
Is Europe ready to make the most of this transformation?
Join Google and Debating Europe to discuss the impact of automation on business growth, jobs and society. We're inviting policymakers, industry, trade unions and community groups to join us for tech talks, innovative project pitches and panel debates and to help create an action plan for Europe.
While increasing the level of security and confidence of electronic payment, the rules adopted by the Commission on 27 November 2017 will afford consumers more choice to use innovative services offered by third party providers, aka FinTech companies. This workshop aims to make a case for the digital industry and to evidence the transformative impact of digital products and services.
To what extent are OTTs revolutionising the mobile sector and changing consumer preferences? How is mobile sector responding to the fast-changing consumer behaviours and preferences? These are some of the questions we will address during the roundtable.
This event is by invitation-only and will gather 20 selected key decision-makers and experts on the topic.
Our host MEP Adina Vălean, as Chair of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety, will be welcoming the European Commission’s First Vice-President Frans Timmermans to kick off the session. Thomas Moore, Sky New’s Science Correspondent, will then be moderating a high level debate with key stakeholders from across the political, industrial and non-governmental organisations spectrum. Panellists include Canadian Ambassador to EU Daniel Costello and First UN Special Envoy for the Ocean Peter Thomson with more to be announced.
23 & 24 May 2018 will see the return of the annual European Business Summit at the Egmont Palace, Brussels.
Join the debate with 250 high-level speakers, including EU Commissioners, finance ministers, MEPs, CEOs and representatives of civil society, and discuss Europe’s role in a changing world.
EuroDIG18 'Innovative strategies for our digital future' will take place on 5 – 6 June 2018 (plus day zero) in Tbilisi in Georgia, in Rooms Hotel. It will be hosted by the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia.
Worldwide experts, innovators and key players will address the most relevant issues in the fields of cyber-security, mobility, privacy, AI and much more – informing a highly qualified audience on the evolution of digital identity upon which future developments will be built.
Join us once again in Brussels for The European Spectrum Management Conference - the leading event of the year for spectrum stakeholders in Europe and beyond.
Taking place as part of Forum Europe’s Global Spectrum Series, this year's 13th edition of the conference will once again bring together all the key stakeholders from policy, industry and more.
This year’s event will focus on all the key spectrum topics for the region, as the Electronic Communications Code is adopted; buildup to WRC-19 continues; and the preparation for the rollout of 5G networks is ramped up.
25-27 June 2018, the Government of Bulgaria, the European Commissioner Digital Agenda & Society, the Sofia Municipality and Webit.Foundation have united forces to produce the “European Digital and Innovations Week” 2018.
Webit.Festival Europe 2018 is Europe's tech and digital policy gathering of EU policy makers, global innovation leaders ranging from Fortune 500 top executives to the world's most impactful and promising founders and entrepreneurs and academia to re:Invent Europe’s Future.
The Digital Assembly 2018 will take place on 25 and 26 June in Sofia, Bulgaria. It is an event co-organised by the European Commission and the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
The Digital Assembly 2018 is a forum for stakeholders to debate, take stock and look ahead at how Europe and its partners around the world are preparing for the main digital policy challenges ahead. The Assembly will also present an opportunity for dialogue on how to reap the benefits for citizens and businesses in a rapidly changing world.
The Digital Assembly is an invitation only event and no registration fee is required.