If you carry out initiatives that help achieving the objectives of 1) better public services for business, 2) more and fast growing ICT entrepreneurs, 3) ICT enabled innovation, 4) e-commerce and 5) Digital Jobs and Skills, put your initiative on the map of the DAE!
The initiatives with the largest impact will also be presented at DAA 2013.
About 10 high-impact initiatives (for each of the 5 objectives) between those presented on the map will be selected to join a series of workshops to discuss with the European Commission about the specific objectives.
This working tool will run until April 2014 to deliver insight and policy recommendations to the European Commission.
Bring your expertise and insight to help achieving the goals of the DAE!
In 2012, the focus was on providing input in the DAE Review. This year the focus in on delivering the DAE objectives defined in the Review through the collaboration of all stakeholders and the optimal implementation of new and existing policy instruments (such as Horizon2020).
It is also the opportunity to reach out to new stakeholders through online engagement and social media, discovering new inspiring initiatives that help making the Digital Agenda Assembly happen. Moreover, this is not just about one-off engagement, but creating the basis for sustained collaboration.
Therefore, we have launched a new community platform to prepare the discussions of each DAA 2013 workshop. We are also reaching out through third party platforms such as Quora, Twitter, Linkedin and more. Join the discussion and contribute online to DAA13! The most active users will be invited to the Assembly, and the content of the online debate will provide direct input in the physical discussions in each workshop.
So go on, make your voice heard!