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Event Recap: The Online Platform Ecosytem

BY Maggie Clark
June 13, 2018

On June 6,  CCIA hosted a conference on the online platform ecosystem in Brussels. After a keynote delivered by DG CNECT’s Werner Stengg we had an expert panel discussion on the right regulatory framework towards online platforms. That panel was followed by a panel composed exclusively of online sellers and app developers – i.e. important business users of many online platforms. Our event was the first where the recently proposed Regulation on platform-to-business (P2B) relations was discussed.

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