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Rescheduled – ECIPE Conference: Digital Single Market – the Fifth Freedom

May 06 2015
Venue: Residence Palace, Rue de la Loi 155 Wetstraat, 1040 Brussel
Speakers: Bruno Macaes, John Higgins, Tillman Kupfer, James Waterworth, Naboth van den Broek
Time: 15:00

Keynote speaker: Bruno Macaes, Secretary of State of European Affairs, Government of Portugal

Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event is rescheduled to Wednesday, May 6th, 3 pm at the Residence Palace, Maalbeek Room.

If you have registered for the event on May 8 we apologise for the inconvenience and if you are able to attend on May 6, please re-register below. 

Directly following the announcement of the new European strategy for a Digital Single Market, the event will open the public debate on how to liberalise the fifth freedom of movement, namely data – within the Internal Market and globally. The Digital Single Market is instrumental to improving productivity, and will Europe get it right?

Dr. Bruno Macaes is the Secretary of State for European Affairs for the Portuguese Government since the 2013, formerly advisor to the Prime Minister, and an esteemed scholar at AEI, Harvard, Yonsei and co-founder of the European College of Liberal Arts in Berlin. His most recent pieces on the importance of digital economy for free speech and productivity can be found in Wired and Europe’s World.

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Programme

Other Speakers:

John Higgins, Director General, Digital Europe
Tillman Kupfer, Vice President, BT and Chairman of the European Services Forum Policy Committee
James Waterworth, Vice President, CCIA
Naboth van den Broek, Wilmer Hale, Partner

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