Register Now: The Online Platform Ecosystem

BY Maggie Clark
May 30, 2018

On June 6, join CCIA for a debate on the legislative landscape for online platforms. Discussions will circle around how businesses can seize opportunities, prepare for challenges ahead and what the right policy framework looks like. Register now!

The Online Platform Ecosystem
Opportunities, Challenges and the Right Policy Framework

Wednesday, 6 June, 2018
9:00 – 13:00h
The Hotel, Brussels
Boulevard de Waterloo 38

AGENDA

9:00 – 9:30:  Registration & Coffee

9:30 – 10:00: Keynote Werner Stengg, Head of Unit – E-Commerce & Platforms, DG CNECT

10:00 – 11:10: Panel Discussion – What is the right policy approach?


Speakers:

      Werner Stengg, Head of Unit – E-Commerce & Platforms, DG CNECT
      Michela Palladino, Director, European Policy & Government Relations, Developers Alliance
      Samuel Laurinkari, Head of EU Affairs, eBay
      Magdalena Piech, Public Policy & Regulatory Affairs, Allegro
      Brian Williamson, Partner, Communications Chambers
      Moderator: Dave Keating, Journalist

11:10 – 11:30: Coffee Break

11:30 – 13:00: Panel Discussion – The perspective of platform-enabled SMEs


Speakers:

      Kareen Buttle, Glitterstore Ltd., UK
      Soizic Lecornu, My Zazie, France
      Bogdan Pascu, Kit Xenon Tuning, Romania
      Ian Rumac, Undabot, Croatia
      Andrea Gonner, Garnwelt, Germany
      Ratko Bozovic, gamehouse, The Netherlands
      Moderator: Dave Keating, Journalist

From 13:00: Lunch

If you haven’t yet done so, you can register at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/M2YJY65

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