EDiMA, EMOTA and Forum Europe would like to thank all those who attended this year's European E-Commerce Conference in Brussels on the 22nd November.
You can now view video highlights from the conference below.
Member of the Council of Ministers
The Chancellery of the Prime Minister of the Polish Republic, Government of Poland
To view a copy of the event's press release please click here.
At EU level, the need to ensure that existing legislation remains applicable to current circumstances is in fact accentuated by the nature of e-commerce and rapid developments online. The European Commission is very active currently, releasing numerous consultations and working documents, while the Consumer Rights Directive has recently been adopted by the European Parliament.
The annual E-Commerce conference is the leading forum where policymakers and stakeholders come to discuss and debate the most pertinent issues affecting the “sector”.
This year’s event featured a morning, high-level plenary followed by focused parallel sessions in the afternoon. These sessions dealt with specific areas, including, IPR and copyright, notice and takedown, online dispute resolution, payments, data protection, postal services and logistics.
The sessions enabled smaller groups to discuss the issues at hand in a more collegiate and cooperative manner. The conclusions from these workshops were then presented at the end of the conference by the organisers.
Social Media and Networking
- Join our E-Commerce LinkedIn group at http://t.co/aIuvYR0
- Join the conversation on twitter #ecomconf
Details of the full event programme can be viewed here. For further information, or to find out how you can become involved in future E-Commerce conferences, please contact James Wilmott on +44 (0) 2920 783 022 / email@example.com. You can also download the sponsorship brochure here.