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Local events under the umbrella of EU Industry Weeks 2022 cover a wide range of topics.
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Fecc roundtable on Digital Solutions for Regulatory ComplianceBrussels - Belgium 21 March 2022 - 2:00pm (GMT +01:00) Theme: The green and digital transition
Fecc is pleased to co-host this event with the European Commission in the framework of the EU Industry Week, which is Europe’s flagship annual event, highlighting industrial frontrunners and ongoing policy discussions whilst improving the knowledge base of European industry. The virtual roundtable will include topics on green and digital solutions, with the following Commission speakers: Ms Almut Nagel (Communications Networks, Content and Technology, DG CNECT), Ms Silvia Merisio (Digital Economy and Skills Unit, DG CNECT). In addition, practical examples and discussions on how to best implement digital strategies will be addressed by the following Fecc member companies: • Impratech • Lisam Systems • Selerant
The Resilient FactoryPescara - Italy 25 March 2022 - 9:30am (GMT +01:00) Theme: Resilience
Virtual workshops, fairs, seminars and open-door sessions with Universities, Research Centers, Industries and Start-Ups that will face the challenges of the European Programs, in particular the Industry 5.0 Plan, the Next Generation EU and, in Italy, the National Plan for Recovery and Resilience. The event will be an opportunity to learn about the virtuous examples of companies and ecosystems that have been able to manage changes imposed by the Covid-19 Pandemic and the prospects that come from the challenges of global climate and the digital revolution in enterprises. The Resilient Industry Panels, organized for March 30th, will cover Infrastructure for Resilience, physical and digital, as well as new issues for Finance and Investment, with speakers from regional and national industry and institutions. The second day will be, however, dedicated to the Resilience as a new source of development for communities and territories, touching the issues and tools for repopulation and neo-population of Inner Areas, villages and suburbs, the Creative Industries and the Essential Skills for Resilience: topics that open a concrete, stimulating and cross-generational debate on the future of our cities and productive activities. An event that takes on a particular significance following the experiences that Abruzzo has been able to propose for the recovery of the territories and the resilience of businesses after the two tragic earthquakes of 2009 and 2016. A territory able of being recognized over the years as a Green Region of Europe that wants to be the engine of the digital revolution in the Adriatic Area.