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Speakers at our recent events included:
Director, Government Affairs, EMEA, BSA | The Software Alliance
Senior Legal Officer, BEUC
Group Director - Spectrum Policy, Ofcom
Chief Information Security Officer, European Commission
Director, Government Affairs, EMEA, BSA | The Software Alliance
Minister for the Environment, Luxembourg
Deputy Director General, DG GROW, European Commission
Director of Technology and Innovation, European Broadcasting Union
Senior Director and Head of Government Affairs, Africa, Qualcomm
Director for Green Economy, DG ENV, European Commission
President & CEO, BSA | The Software Alliance
Senior Director of Business Development, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
MSc, MBA, Senior Vice President, Global Government & Public Affairs, Philips
spoke at Roadmap for Sustainable Healthcare
Chairman, Committee for Digital Economy Policy (CDEP), OECD
Deputy Director, Strategy & International Planning, Orange
Chief, International Bureau, Federal Communications Commission, United States
Director General, ANFR; and Chair, RSPG
Deputy Director of the Radiocommunications Bureau, ITU
President, EuroGeoSurveys and Geological Survey of Ireland
Now in its 6th years, this event has become the must-attend annual data protection and privacy conference held in Brussels, gathering over 350 cross-sector delegates and attracting an impressive line-up of top-level speakers each year.
The 2015 conference will particularly focus on the implementation of the new rules that are expected to be adopted by the end of this year. It will provide an opportunity for both the policymakers and stakeholders involved in this area to engage in an interactive debate discussing issues related to compliance to the new regulation and directive, what the agreed rules will mean for cross-border data flow and international trade, and examining how restoring individual’s trust should be balanced with the legitimate use of their data by public or private bodies.
Following the release of the European Commission's Digital Single Market Strategy for Europe in May, this conference will provide a unique platform for the broadcasting, publishing, advertising, tech & telecommunications and Internet platform industries to engage with policymakers, during what is quickly becoming a pivotal period for the future of digital content and services.
The 3rd European Health Literacy Conference will foster the exchange between researchers, practitioners and policy makers regarding health literacy during the life course, from various perspectives. During the Conference participants will share evidence-based actions and practices in the area of health literacy. The Conference will discuss health literacy as an instrument to tackle inequities in health.
Following the launch of the Congressional Caucus on the Internet of Things, as well as the approval of the bipartisan IoT resolution earlier this year, this timely 2-day summit will once again bring together key representatives from the various IoT stakeholder communities.
This year’s Latin America Spectrum Management Conference will once again provide a high-level meeting point for stakeholders across Latin America and beyond to discuss topical issues relating to the management and co-ordination of spectrum policy across the region.
This year, the 5G Huddle will offer the chance to look at progress made in the 12 months since then, discussing development, investment and infrastructure, to focus on moving towards delivering a sustainable 5G ecosystem. The event will be a platform to discuss global standardisation, co-operation and interoperability, looking at how a user-centric approach can be used to identify and overcome the obstacles and challenges connected to a 5G future.
Now in its third edition and attracting over 200 participants - including key European decision makers, experts and leading industry stakeholders - the European Cyber Security Conference provides a platform for a lively and interactive debate on the current and future political and technological cyber security challenges that Europe faces.
Following the release of the Digital Single Market Strategy and timed to take place during the Commission’s preparations for their new E-Government action plan, this conference will use case studies and digital stories from around European member states to animate and bring to life the impact that digital can, and is having, on the delivery of public services.
The Polish experience in relation to unconventional hydrocarbon exploration, in particular shale gas, is unique in Europe. This half-day conference will provide expert insight and analysis into this experience and how it can serve to provide valuable direction for the future of the Energy Union.
This conference is hosted by the Polish Geological Institute - National Research Institute (PGI-NRI), under the auspices of the Polish Ministry of the Environment and with the patronage of EuroGeoSurvey.
The 2nd MENA Spectrum Management took place with the support of The Arab Spectrum Management Group (ASMG) and was co-located with the 20th meeting of the ASMG in Rabat, the conference offered an unrivalled opportunity to join the top experts from across MENA and beyond for discussions on all the key spectrum management issues for the region in an interactive environment.
Held in partnership with RAND Europe, this conference analysed Europe’s industrial policies and how Europe can re-energise its industrial and manufacturing sectors to ensure their global competitiveness, create jobs and contribute to economic growth.
For the 10th consecutive year, The European Spectrum Management Conference will take place in Brussels and bring together 250+ top level speakers and delegates from throughout the European and global spectrum communities.
The 2015 edition of the annual Internet of Things European Summit will bring together 200+ delegates, including the key European decision makers and leading industry stakeholders. It will offer a dual policy and business opportunity for stakeholders, and will include high-level discussions on the key policy considerations and numerous commercial opportunities available to companies across different sectors, including Transport, Retail, Healthcare & Wellbeing, Energy and the Industrial Internet.
Co-hosted by the British Chamber of Commerce in Belgium and Europol, the European Serious & Organised Crime Conference 2015 will provide a platform for EU policymakers and law enforcement authorities to discuss with business leaders means of fighting serious and transnational crime which poses an increasing threat to EU and global security.
Hosted by Assonime, Barclays and Kreab, the European Financial Services Conference is the premier event of its kind attracting some 400 senior bankers and financial policy-makers to discuss issues affecting both European and global financial markets.
In the digital age, Europe’s readiness to compete globally for high-quality jobs, to lead in the fields of innovation and research, and to harness the power of data to deliver economic growth and social benefits, will be a central pillar in the challenges it faces in the 21st century. This year’s event will gather 250 participants to debate these issues
The European Steering Group on Sustainable Healthcare (ESG) – which brings together senior academics, politicians, patients, and industry - will provide a forum for discussion on concrete ideas and recommendations for long-term sustainability.
Following the Commission's July 2014 communication titled 'Towards a circular economy: A zero waste programme for Europe', this new annual conference will provide a platform for a lively and interactive discussion on the most pertinent issues relating to resource efficiency and smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.
Following the success of the European, Americas and the Asia-Pacific Spectrum Management Conferences, the Sub-Sahara edition will bring together key stakeholders and policymakers in the region.
At the recent G20 Summit in Australia, political leaders including U.S. President Barack Obama, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, reaffirmed their commitment to delivering on the TTIP trade deal, emphasising its economic and globally strategic importance.
This 2nd Forum Europe conference looking at EU-US trade and specifically TTIP, will bring over 250 stakeholders together to assess what 2015 has in store for the TTIP. The conference will once again feature a combination of plenary sessions and sector-specific breakouts.
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