Register Now: The Internet Opportunity

BY Maggie Clark
March 9, 2015

On March 24, CCIA Europe and EDiMA, with the support from a wide range of stakeholders working on Internet matters, invite you to join us for our latest publication event, “The Internet Opportunity”.

Our latest joint report, “The Internet – the New Helping the Old”, illustrates how the Internet helps traditional industries to remain competitive and Europe to maintain its social model. And in addition to the publication release, we’ll also be hosting two panel discussions featuring a variety of government and industry professionals. Details are below.

 The Internet Opportunity
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM (CET)
Residence Palace , Rue de la Loi 155, 1040 Brussels

 Draft Programme

8:30   Registration

9:00   Welcome and introduction

9:15    Key Note

9:30  Panel One:  “The Internet as a Driver for Non­‐Internet Businesses”

Ms. Vicky Ford, MEP (UK, ECR, IMCO Committee Chair)

John Midgely, Head of Government Affairs, Intuit

Lucilla Sioli, Head of Unit, Knowledge Base, DG CNECT, European Commission

Brian Williamson, Plum Consulting

10:45  Coffee Break

11:15  Panel Two: “The Social and Political Benefits of the Internet”

Ms Marietje Schaake (NL, ALDE)

Dr Sergey Filippov, Associate Director, Lisbon Council

Jens-Henrik Jeppesen, Director for European Affairs, Center for Democracy and Technology

Chris Sherwood, Head of Public Policy, Allegro Group

12:30    Closing Statement

 

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