Ministers from seven European countries (France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal and Spain) have signed a declaration to support the next generation of computing and data infrastructures, a European project of the size of Airbus in the 1990s and of Galileo in the 2000s.
For the second time in a row, the European Commission takes part in CeBIT, one of the largest global IT fairs, by hosting the high-level digital policy conference “Driving the Digital Economy and Society in Europe”, and with a major exhibition of state of the art ICT innovations.
Startup Europe is en route to CeBIT, the world’s leading trade fair and conference for the ICT and related technology industries.
34 high potential startups and innovators from 16 European countries will exhibit in the Startup Europe pavilion in the second edition of CeBIT’s SCALE11.
The #Digital4EU forum will include four main workshops: Single Market 2.0 – Going digital, An empowered, protected consumer, Digital technology and copyright, and Smart Industry. You'll be able to follow the event by webstream from 9.30 am CET.