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Attendees

178

Speakers

44

Sessions

115

Journalists

Tomorrow's Europe

Inclusive, Innovative, Interconnected
 

Europe is at a crossroads facing an array of demands and challenges. Global players around the world have woken up and are increasingly gaining ground. Europe is on stand-by lacking a meaningful vision: its social, political and economic models are being second-guessed by part of its population and contested by some member states promoting new models. While these tensions escalate and cleavages grow, the European project is itself being questioned. Despite the turmoil, Europe must overcome the obstacles and forge a cohesive leadership as there exists no alternative to succeed in a globalised world.

 

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Embracing the Artificial Intelligence Revolution

5G: What Strategic Use For Europe?

The Future of Education and Skills

Europe’s Trade Strategy: What Approach in a Perplexing International Landscape?

Innovation for Climate Adaptation 

Keeping Pace with Climate Change: Globalising Europe’s Strategy 

Taking The Digital Market to New Heights: Strengthening the Online Platform Economy

The Future of European Leadership: Making Gender Equality More Than a Marginal Issue

From Research and Development to Market Entry: What is Missing to Achieve Leadership in the Race for Innovation?

EU-Africa Business Summit: Brussels Roundtable

Poland: A Typical Example of a Multispeed Europe? 

How to Sustain Our European Social Economic Model in the Current Context of Limited Growth? 

Is Our Democratic Liberal Order Hindering the Ecological Transition? 

How to Protect Elections From Disinformation and Fake News? 

The Belt and Road Initiative 

Can Europe Withstand US Financial Sanctions Against Iran? 

Refugee Integration Into the Labour Market

Choosing Catalonia for R&D Investments

How to Bridge the Gap Between the EU Institutions and EU Citizens? 

Quo Vadis Italy?

How to Train Workers in Light of the 4th Industrial Revolution and New Demands of the Labour Market? 

Alternative Dispute Resolution in Africa: Preventing Conflict and Enhancing Stability

MiFID II: For a More Transparent but Complex Investment Framework? 

Brussels SDG Summit

CSR Europe returns to the European Business Summit for the third time with a daylong Brussels Sustainable Development Goals Summit on May 7. It will start off with a plenary session, during which the CSR’s White Paper will be launched, and it will be followed by the CEOs Call to Action for a more responsible future togetherRegister now at https://www.brusselssdgsummit.net/ and join the debate! 

NEWS

Inspiring, insightful, influential

The unique impact of EBS is created by our renowned speakers - political decision-makers, business leaders, members of academia and civil society.

Every year they present a variety of perspectives on the most current issues in Europe.

Invited speakers for 2019 are pictured below.

Carlos Moedas

European Commission

Alexander De Croo

Belgian Government

Margrethe Vestager

European Commission

Mark Rutte

PM of the Netherlands

Frans Timmermans

European Commission

Cecilia Malmström

European Commission

Federica Mogherini

European Commission

Jens Stoltenberg

NATO

Success based on cooperation

Every year our partners take an active part in the creation and the shaping of the EBS. Their involvement gives them an opportunity to highlight their priorities in front of a diverse, influential audience, thus allowing them to make an impact on the EU decision-making process.

 

EBS welcomes partnerships with a variety of companies, institutions and associations, thus reflecting the broad spectrum of perspectives to be voiced at the EBS 2019.

 

Discover our new visibility package and join the debate at the European Business Summit! 

 

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Partners
2Business Europe
1FEB
CSR Europe
Mission of China to the European Union
Catalonia Trade & Investment
JA Europe
Project Management Institute
EASME
Loterie Nationale
Knowledge / Media Partners
One Policy Place
DODs Group
Copenhagen Economics
CEPS
Vesalius College
Euronews
The New York Times
EURACTIV
Cambre
EuroBrussels
The Parliament Magazine