The European Week of Regions and Cities is coming (5-22 October). Are you ready? We are - and eagerly waiting to see you online during the first ever fully digital edition this year!
We find it hard to wait until October, so we would already like to invite you to join us for a mid-morning coffee and some pre-event teasers.
On 23 September, we will sit down for a chat with the Committee of the Regions and the European Commission (DG Regio) to talk about what is coming. We will talk about our sessions (with some exclusive preview insights), the #EURegionsWeek in general, as well as the approaching registration deadline.
In the spirit of the all-virtual #EURegionsWeek, the talk will also be virtual. And you are warmly welcome to join! Grab your cup of coffee (or tea, or any other beverage or snack of your choice) and tune in at 11:15 (CEST) for our online discussion.
We'll be there, hope you will too!
P.S. The #EURegionsWeek registration will close on 27 September. Just a couple more days to go. The clock is ticking! Make sure you complete your registration before it's too late. No shortage of choice when it comes to activitiesm as this year there are 500+ sessions to choose from. See an overview of our activities.
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