On Monday 22 October 2018, the Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform will organise an online discussion on ‘Enabling the digital transformation. Regional business support ecosystems.’
This interactive webinar will allow participants to:
- get to know about different approaches to support the digital transformation in SMEs,
- present/promote their own approaches and experiences,
- contribute to prepare the upcoming support activities to be delivered by the Policy Learning Platform.
While the content is related to the Interreg Europe projects, participants not related to these projects are also very welcome to join.
Digital transformation is a broad concept encompassing the changes induced by the increased availability and use of digital technologies in all kind of activities. For businesses it implies that existing or emerging digital technologies contribute to change their business models, their products or services and the way they are manufactured and delivered, as well as the necessary skills to remain competitive in fast changing competitive environments.
Image credits: Photo by Émile Perron on Unsplash
14:00 – 14:05
Welcome and introduction
Thorsten Kohlisch, Thematic manager, Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform
Rene Tõnnisson and Luc Schmerber, Thematic Experts – SME Competitiveness, Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform
14:05 – 14:15
EC initiative Digitising European Industry, Rene Tõnnisson
Article on Digital Transformation Scoreboard, Luc Schmerber
Approaches from Interreg Europe projects
Eilis Mc Fadden, DEVISE
Vaido Mikheim, ESSPO
Sandra Minisini, CYBER
14:50 – 15:00
Wrap-up from the project presentations & discussion
Moderation: Rene Tõnnisson and Luc Schmerber
Short presentation of Policy Learning Platform and its services
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