Shaping Europe’s digital future is both a priority and a challenge 2022 for the European Union, which aims to be at the forefront of innovation and competitiveness, while protecting consumers. The summit will highlight policy, business, and academia’s priorities regarding the digital transition in Europe, as collaboration with international partners and public-private partnerships will undoubtedly be key in areas such as data sharing, cybersecurity, and regulation of «tech giants».  Join the #EDS2022 to discover more!


Among Speakers

Nicolas Schmit

EU Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights

Ivan Bartoš

Czech Deputy Prime Minister for Digitalisation

Bruno Liebhaberg

Director General, CERRE

Ellen Helsper

Professor of Socio-Digital Inequalities, London School of Economics

Victor Negrescu

Member of the European Parliament, Rapporteur for Shaping digital education policy

Sally Broughton Micova 

CERRE Academic Co-Director, University of East Anglia

Alberto Bacchiega

Director, DG COMP 

Miriam Buiten

Research Fellow, CERRE, and Assistant Professor of Law and Economics, University of St. Gallen

Amelia Fletcher

Professor of Competition Policy, Norwich Business School

Wojciech Wiewiórowski

European Data Protection Supervisor

Joanna Szychowska

Director for Services and Digital Trade, Investment, and Intellectual Property, DG TRADE

Bernd Lange

Member of the European Parliament, Chair of the INTA Committee

Svenja Hahn

Member of the European Parliament, Rapporteur for Opinion on AI Files

Pierre Larouche

CERRE Honorary Academic Co-Director, University of Montréal

Roberto Viola

Director General, DG CONNECT

Luis Jorge Romero

Director General, European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)

Creating a fair & trusted
European digital ecosystem

is one of EU’s biggest challenges

“We have such an increase in the online traffic that we need to make rules that put order in the chaos. That is what the Digital Services Act is all about: creating the rules, making the online world safe, reliable and secure for all users of the digital roads. We should all be able to trust what we do online.” 

Margrethe Vestager
Executive VP for A Europe Fit for the Digital Age & Competition

“We are witnessing another industrial revolution—a digital one. Rapidly evolving technology, superfast connections such as 5G, the massive amount of data this connectivity generates and artificial intelligence will reshape the lives and societies we know today.”
   

Miapetra Kumpula-Natri
Member of the European Parliament

“Many online platforms have come to play a central role in the lives of our citizens and businesses, and even our society and democracy at large. With today’s proposals, we are organising our digital space for the next decades.”
  

Thierry Breton
European Commissioner for Internal Market

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