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Conference - 9th Annual Transatlantic Digital Economy Conference (open to externals)

28 Oct 2021 14.30 CEST - 28 Oct 2021 17.00 CEST
Digital Economy


The power of data:

fuelling Europe’s digital decade


Online/in-person (registration mandatory)

Data is a critical pillar for achieving the EU’s ambitions for a digital decade. The collection, use and sharing of data will be an essential force in driving Europe’s digital transformation as well as advancing new technologies such as artificial intelligence. The public and private sectors have an important role to play through policies, research and investment. Harnessing data’s extraordinary commercial and industrial potential will be key to supporting the EU’s economy and boosting its post-pandemic recovery.

Confirmed speakers
Dr Malte Beyer-Katzenberger, Team Leader, Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (CNECT), Data Policy and Innovation, European Commission
Miapetra Kumpula-Natri, Member of the European Parliament (S&D, FI)
More speakers to be announced

Questions? Contact Giacomo Moroni • 32 (0) 2 289 10 33

Conference - 38th Annual Competition Policy Conference (open to externals)

17 Nov 2021 15.00 CEST - 17 Nov 2021 18.00 CEST
Competition policy


Global leadership and competition policy: EU vs the world?


Online/in-person (registration mandatory)

With the introduction of the Digital Markets Act, the European Commission aims to pave the way for fairer and more open digital markets. Similarly, the Commission’s Proposal on Foreign Subsidies looks to create a level playing field where companies from around the globe can compete within the Single Market. But what are the implications of these initiatives for the EU's role on the international stage? Our 38th Annual Competition Policy Conference will explore this and more as EU and US representatives exchange views on the development of efficient competition policies that reflect the needs and interests of businesses and consumers.

Questions? Contact Cathrine Bärtel • 32 (0) 2 289 10 13