GMF’s Brussels Forum is an annual high-level meeting of the most influential North American and European political, corporate, and intellectual leaders to address pressing challenges currently facing both sides of the Atlantic. Participants include heads of state, senior officials from the European Union institutions and the member states, U.S. cabinet officials, U.S. congressional representatives, parliamentarians, academics, and media.
Leaders on both sides of the Atlantic continue to deepen transatlantic cooperation on a vast array of distinctly new and global challenges from the international financial crisis to climate change and energy security to the retention of high-skilled workers, yet there is no single transatlantic forum focused on this broad and increasingly complex global agenda. GMF’s Brussels Forum provides a venue for the transatlantic community to address these pressing issues. By bringing together leading politicians, thinkers, journalists, and business representatives, GMF’s Brussels Forum helps shape a new transatlantic agenda that can adapt to changing global realities and new threats.
At the 9th of March I had to chance to speak at the panel “Synchronize Technological Revolutions”. Together with Mr. Iain Conn (Group Chief Executive, Centrica) and The Hon. Suzan DelBene (Representative, U.S. House of Representatives) I discussed the challenges and crucial policy questions of the technological revolutions and innovations.
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