04 Apr 2019

Masters of Digital 2019 - Report

Another Masters of Digital edition is already behind us. Over 500 participants and 29 speakers of 3 outstanding keynotes and 6 high-level panels joined DIGITALEUROPE on 21 February at Concert Noble in Brussels for solution-oriented discussions about the digital future of Europe. 

At Masters of Digital 2019, we launched our Call to Action for a Stronger Digital Europe towards 2025. A bold vision of Europe where digital technologies, innovation, and artificial intelligence (AI) can provide Europe’s people with competitive jobs, better healthcare and improved public services. A strong unfragmented DIGITAL EUROPE that takes leadership in creating digital Inclusion, green growth, innovation, trust, agile mission-based policy making that drives prosperity and creates benefits for the European society and leads globally in an open economy. 

Masters of Digital 2019 was the first step to achieving our goal and an invitation for all of you to explore your role as industry representatives, policy-makers and European citizens in contributing to it. 

We now need Europe more than ever. But if we want it to remain relevant globally, we need to take action: make Europe strong, unfragmented, and, above all, digital. 

We encourage you to take a look at this report from Masters of Digital 2019 and get inspired. Once you have, mark 6 February 2020 in your calendars – let’s meet at Masters of Digital next year! 

 

     

 

MASTERS OF DIGITAL 2019 - REPORT
MASTERS OF DIGITAL 2020
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