Speakers at our recent events included:

Jonathan PortesJonathan Portes

Professor of Economics and Public Policy, King's College London, Senior Fellow, UK in a Changing Europe

spoke at E!Sharp Live 2017

Dr Alea FairchildDr Alea Fairchild

Research Fellow, The Constantia Institute

spoke at The 8th Annual European E-Commerce Conference

Mr Andreas GeissMr Andreas Geiss

Head of Unit Spectrum Policy, DG CONNECT, European Commission

spoke at The 8th Annual Internet of Things European Summit

Past Events - 2017

May 2017

11 May 2017

71 Avenue Louise, 1050 Brussels, Belgium

The 8th Annual European E-Commerce Conference


<p>Organised by Forum Europe in partnership with EMOTA and gathering over 150 delegates annually, the European E-commerce Conferencee is the leading forum to debate the most pertinent issues affecting the e-commerce, internet platforms, retail, postal and logistic sectors.</p>

2 – 3 May 2017

The 3rd Annual Asia-Pacific Spectrum Management Conference


<p>For the third year, the Asia-Pacific Spectrum Management Conference will provide a meeting point for spectrum stakeholders to come together and discuss topical issues relating to the management and co-ordination of spectrum policy across the region.</p>

April 2017

19 – 20 April 2017

The 8th Annual Internet of Things European Summit


<p>The Summit is the leading dual policy and business focused IoT event in the region. This year we welcome over 200 representatives from policy and business communities, in addition to &nbsp;40+ speakers from EU institutions, multinationals, start ups, press and academia will also be in attendance.&nbsp;</p>

February 2017

9 February 2017

Data Flows: The 3rd European Data Economy Conference


<p>As data-driven innovation becomes an increasingly significant factor of economic and social value for Europe, the European Commission is proposing a &ldquo;Free Flow of Data&rdquo; initiative as part of its Digital Single Market strategy. The initiative aims to tackle restrictions on the free movement of data within the EU, and &ldquo;will address the emerging issues of ownership, interoperability, usability and access to data&rdquo; to help drive innovation and competition in data markets.</p>

January 2017

24 January 2017

71 Avenue Louise, 1050 Brussels, Belgium

E!Sharp Live 2017


<p><strong>E!Sharp Live</strong> will take a critical look at whether it is possible for the EU to become more relevant to the citizens it is meant to serve, and how it can go about doing so. It will ask whether its institutions can deliver recognisably EU-led solutions to the migration, security and economic problems that have stoked the fires of populism in Europe. The event will seek to re-energise the debate around how the EU can be relevant and impactful moving forward.</p>