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Transatlantic Challenge: the TTC, one year after
We are delighted to announce another interesting event on September 27th in Brussels, that marks the first of fall-winter events in TAN pipeline.
We're joining forces with the Transatlantic Investment Committee and its co-founders (Amerigo, the italian Alumni Association, Federmanager, American Chamber of Commerce in Italy, Centro Studi Americani) to provide the opportunity to learn more, and discuss, the TTC challenges, one year after.
The event will be held at the Residence of the Ambassador of Italy to Belgium (Avenue Legrand 43, Brussels), from 10:00 to 13:30, and it will be jointly hosted by the Italian and US representatives:
Francesco Genuardi - Ambassador of Italy to Belgium
Pietro Benassi - Permanent Representative of Italy to the European Union
Mark Gitenstein – US Ambassador to the EU Institutions
Tim Richardson - Deputy Chief of Mission, US Embassy to Belgium
(the complete list of panelists will be circulated in the coming days)
The Italian Ambassadors will welcome all participants for lunch after the Meeting.
To register please click here
Together with our Alumni community, key Corporations, the Financial Sector and the Institutions of both EU and USA will address and discuss these issues:
• How can key technologies best serve the shared objective of economic growth, keeping a strategic advance at global level and improving sustainability of the production consumption cycle?
• How can policy makers frame technology advancement in respect of sustainability, strategic autonomy and growth objectives?
• In the current context where supply chains resilience is regularly under pressure, how can the EU and the USA address such challenge in a mutually beneficial way?
• How can the USA and the EU reap the benefits of emerging technologies and design a governance of digital and other key enabling technologies that is sustainable with shared economic goals and fundamental values?
• How can the EU and the USA together address the new competition paradigm within a world compelled by rising geopolitical tensions, without renouncing to the opportunities of global trade and investment?
• How can TIC complement TTC efforts and empower public-private partnership, so as to boost the way technologies pour into the industrial sector of our Countries and make them more competitive at global level?
All the right ingredients for an exciting conversation!
Register here, then, and join us!
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