Organizers of the DIGITAL ECONOMY FORUM in Milan include Facebook Italy, Confindistria, Young Entrepreneurs Group, and other organizations. The event features 30 speakers from the fields of academics, entrepreneurs, and journalism. It is expected to be a lively discussion about the future of the digital economy in Italy. A full agenda is available online. The speakers at Confindustria Toscana Nord include:
Cortina Digital Forum
The Cortina Digital Forum is a new gathering that seeks to explore the opportunities and challenges of the digital economy. With its focus on the digital revolution, the Cortina Forum hopes to become a premier event in the European calendar. This event brings together over 60 high-level speakers, including Eva Kaili, VP of Corporate Strategy at Panasonic, and a wide array of private sector executives.
SAS Forum 2017
This year’s SAS Forum in Milan will explore the complex relationship between man and technology, and will feature special guest speakers such as olympic fencer Margherita Granbassi. Emanuela Sferco interviewed her on the topic of the role of technology in sports. She spoke about how the use of data can enable better decision-making. The second session will focus on how advanced analytics can enhance customer due diligence and KYC.
Re-think Circular Economy Forum
The Re-think Circular Economic Forum is a new international conference organized by Tondo, an organization that is working to create a circular economy in Italy. The event will take place on 10-11 February in Milan and will feature presentations by principal stakeholders, companies and startups. There will also be remote access to the event, enabling participants to listen to the presentations and share ideas with other experts and decision makers.
World Business Forum 2022
The third edition of the Italian-Arab Business Forum will take place in Milan on October 17 and 18. Qatar and Jordan will be the guest countries. Various high-level delegations will attend. The works of the Forum will focus on upcoming projects, scenarios, and business opportunities. The theme of the first day will be “Digital Technologies,” while the second day will focus on “Cities, Materials, and Digital Technologies.” In the afternoon, a workshop will take place to discuss these issues further.
Andrea Koch is a graduate of the Technical University of Munich, where she studied agricultural engineering, economics, and political science. She has also studied local development and global dynamics at the University of Trento and at the International Women’s University. Her research is focused on digital technologies, digital skills development, and the role of digital technology in education. Her professional experience includes work with international organizations and national governments on digital skills development and education.
The Forum of the Digital Economy in Milan aims to create a digital competence model for Osterreich. The taskforce will focus on societal, economic, and technical developments. It will initiate projects within the DigComp 2.2 AT framework. The Taskforce’s members are fit4internet executives, who were invited by the BMDW as its general secretary. The model aims to be widely understood and accepted by the wider community.