The Digital Single Market - what's in it for us?

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Tænketanken EUROPA
Nygade 4, 4. th.
1164 København K
+45 33 13 07 30

Konference – 8. december
DI - Confederation of Danish Industry,  H.C. Andersens Boulevard 18, 1787 Copenhagen
08:30 – 14:00

Everything from our daily work, the way we communicate and interact with other people, to the way our homes and car function, is increasingly connected to and enhanced by the internet. In the broader economy, digitalisation has become a crucial factor in ensuring the global competitiveness of European businesses, with everything from production and logistics to marketing and sales becoming more and more automated and connected. 

The Commission has already launched its Digital Single Market Strategy to tackle these challenges, but what will it actually take to move Europe from the legislative drawing board to a digital reality? And what’s in it for both citizens and businesses? This and many other questions will be tackled at our high-level conference on the digital single market in Copenhagen 8 December 2015. 

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Program (download as PDF here)

8.30 - Registration and breakfast 
9.00 - Welcome
Bjarke Møller, Director at Think Tank EUROPA

A more competitive Europe in an increasingly disruptive world
Karsten Dybvad, Director General and CEO, Confedereation of Danish Industry (DI)

The vision of a Digital Europe: Challanges and Opportunities 
Margrethe Vestager, Commissioner for Competition, European Commission 

A datadriven European economy
Carlo D'Asato Biondo, President for Strategic Relationships in Europe, Google

Adapting to a digital reality
Mr. Jukka Pertola, CEO of Siemens Denmark

Panel debate: New ambitions for a digital European Economy
Mr. Jürgen Gren, Member of Cabinet, Vice President Andrus Ansip
Carlo D'Asato Biondo, President for Strategic Relationships in Europe, Google

10.30 - Coffee break

10.50 -  Break-out session 1 
Workshop 1 - The future of work in a Digital Europe
Workshop 2 - The Digital Single Market 2025: The future is now: Implications for regulation and policy
Workshop 3 - E-commerce: potential and barriers

11.50 -  Break-out session 2
Worskhop 4 - Business 4.0. from digital facade to data driven business models
Workshop 5 - Data protection, Trust and e-privacy
Workshop 6 - The intangiable economy, Importance of IPR in a digital economy

12.45 - Denmark as a part of a thriving digital Europe
Troels Lund Poulsen, Danish Minister og Business and Growth

13.00 - A Europe that is digital by default
Mr. Xavier Bettel, Prime Minister of Luxenbourg

13.15 - Light lunch and networking

14.00 End of Conference

 

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