Thank you to everyone who participated in at the 4th Annual European E-Commerce Conference 2012.
You can now view video highlights from the event below.
Minister for Communications, Energy & Natural Resources
Forthcoming Irish Presidency of the EU
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According to the European Commission, the Internet economy is responsible for around "21% of the growth in GDP in the last five years" and adds "2.6 jobs for every job cut".
With the emphasis across Europe turning towards growth, how can policy-makers and stakeholders alike ensure that the potential for e-commerce in Europe is maximised, given that the cost of failure to complete the Digital Single Market before 2020 has been estimated at around €500 billion? Is such a completion likely in this time-scale given the continuing patchwork of national laws and rules? What are the major barriers that need to be overcome and how can a step-change in the development of e-commerce be achieved?
Sessions focused on:
- Realising the potential for ecommerce in Europe
- Payments & Logistics
- Implications for e-commerce of the new data protection proposals
If you would like to discuss this event or to become involved in next year's edition, please contact James Wilmott on +44 (0) 2920 783 022 or email email@example.com.