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On the 8th of December, Forum Europe in partnership with Amway brought together key decision-makers and opinion formers to take stock of the Consumer Rights Directive proposal and debate where if possible progress can be made. The event featured senior and influential stakeholders who are playing a key role in the development of the directive and the debate came at a crucial point after the council meeting of the 3rd December.
This one day policy forum focussed on the roadmap developed by the European Commission for the allocation and use of the digital dividend in Europe. Discussions centred around the next steps that needed to be taken in order for Europe to reap the maximum benefits of the digital dividend as soon as possible.
The innaugural E-Commerce conference provided a platform for leading policymakers and stakeholders to come together to discuss and debate the most pertinent issues affecting the “sector”.
Following on from the success of the inaugural NGT conference last year, this high-level conference brought together senior telecoms experts for an in-depth discussion on financing and delivering Europe's next-generation telecoms networks.
Held in partnership with The European Heart Network, this conference presented the results of a report produced as part of the EuroHeart Project, focussing on key themes and priority areas on Cardiovascular Health (CVH) promotion and CVD prevention within national plans. By analysing the comprehensive data that was produced, it identified gaps in planning and prevention of CVD at national levels, and provided a template for national strategies.
Now in its 4th year, the European Spectrum Management Conference has an established reputation as the major European meeting point of the year for stakeholders in the field of spectrum management, bringing together more than 150 participants on an annual basis.
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