A summary of the committee’s exchange of views with Commission representatives is now available.
LeadershIP EU will take a fresh look at the evolving international IP and Antitrust policy issues in both the United States and the European Union.
The LeadershIP global network is comprised of industry experts, thought leaders, and policymakers with diverse viewpoints but with a common goal of engaging with their colleagues in an open-minded dialogue based on rigorous empirical research and analysis for informed policymaking.
Local and regional governments must help lead the digital revolution in the European Union, President of the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) Karl-Heinz Lambertz said in Tallinn on Friday. Members of the Committee – the EU’s assembly of local and regional governments – gathered in the Estonian capital to share best practises in public innovation and digital solutions that are transforming public services.
Update: the summary record is now available.