Register Now: Transatlantic Internet Policy Reception

BY Maggie Clark
March 31, 2015

On Tuesday, April 14, CCIA Europe invites you to join us for a Transatlantic Internet Policy Reception in honor of Ambassador Daniel Sepulveda and Deputy Director-General Roberto Viola. The event will immediately follow the EU-U.S. Information Society Dialogue and coincides with the five year anniversary of CCIA’s Brussels office.

Transatlantic Internet Policy Reception

April 14, 2015
6:00pm
Thon Hotel EU, Rue de la Loi 75, 1040 Brussels

Keynote speeches will be followed by a panel discussion on “The Transatlantic Internet Relationship” featuring:

  • Daniel Sepulveda (Deputy Assistant Secretary & U.S. Coordinator for International Communications and Information Policy, State Department).
  • Roberto Viola (Deputy Director-General, Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology, European Commission)
  • Erika Mann (Managing Director, Public Policy, Facebook)
  • Larry Stone (President of Group Public & Government Affairs, BT Group)
  • John Midgley (Head of Public Policy, Intuit, EU & Canada)

The event will conclude with a cocktail networking reception. Register now. Seats are limited!

This free event is kindly sponsored by

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