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Digital Action Day 2014

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Here’s another interesting event you might be interested to follow via social media. Digital Action Day will take place in Brussels on 29 September 2014 and focuses on how digital technologies are changing traditional EU industries and policy areas – such as transportadvanced manufacturing, energy, education and health.

The Digital Action Day is an invitation-only event. Pre-registration will be required for access to the venue.

Work Sessions will focus on the transformative and disruptive power of digital. Lessons learned and actions for policy makers and businesses will be debated during the event to develop and create growth and jobs.

You can check the programme and follow the hashtag #DAD14EU for more news. Here’s a snapshot of the event’s agenda:

  • Workshop 1 – Industrial digital strategy: A key to competitiveness in Europe (#DAD14industry)
  • Workshop 2 – SMEs, digital entrepreneurship and Startup Europe: Stimulating Hubs For Startups and Scaling up Industries (#DAD14sme)
  • Workshop 3 – Civic engagement: Smart government and smart cities, the solution? (#DAD14smart)
  • Workshop 4 – The Media go Digital: Ingredients for success (#DAD14media)
  • Workshop 5 – Does Europe have the digital skills to succeed? (#DAD14skills)
  • Workshop 6 – Making it in the Digital Single Market: Service sector transformation and opportunities for businesses and consumers (#DAD14dsm)

There will also be online discussion aimed to open up the debate that will take place at the workshops by engaging new people and bring forward new ideas.

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Andreea Hanganu

Peste 6 ani de experienta in comunicare si relatii publice, organizare de evenimente si comunicare online. Timp de 4 ani am coordonat strategia de comunicare in social media pentru una dintre cele mai mari reprezentante diplomatice din Romania, Ambasada Marii Britanii la Bucuresti.

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