Forum of the Digital Economy in Milan

Forum of the Digital Economy in Milan

The digital future forum is a free event to educate and connect experts on topics relating to the digital revolution. It explores topics such as the impact of digital technology on remote communities, the future of tourism, the European Recovery Fund, and the G20 in 2021. The agenda also includes discussion on the potential of artificial intelligence and data to improve the quality of life for everyone. Participants will be able to take part in workshops geared towards high school students.

Cortina Digital Forum

The Cortina Digital Forum of the Future Economy is an annual gathering dedicated to the digital transformation of the European economy. Its aim is to identify new policy solutions and unlock the potential of digital technologies. The event will tackle some of today’s most pressing issues, from GDPR to cybersecurity. It will also aim to facilitate synergies between the public and private sectors. In its first edition, the Cortina Digital Forum will feature more than 60 high-profile speakers, including the European Commission’s chief information officer, Eva Kaili. You can learn more on

The CDF is structured to promote constructive relations among policymakers, market players, and civil society. The success of an industrial policy can be measured by its reception among the public. This event will foster dialogue between the various stakeholders, through the thematic roundtables and panels organized by media partners. Media experts from the sector will serve as moderators. In addition to industry experts, participants will be able to ask questions and provide insights about the latest developments in the sector.

Re-think Circular Economy Forum

On February 10 and 11 in Milan, the “Re-think Circular Economic Forum” will bring together experts and industry players in the field of circular economy. Organized by Tondo, an international organization in the circular economy sector, the event will feature speeches by startup companies, institutional players, and researchers. The agenda of the two-day forum will also feature a video conference of the main presentations.

The event will be co-sponsored by the European Commission, the Ministry of Ecological Transition, the Regione Lombardy, and the Comune of Milan. In addition to these sponsors, the event will also feature talks from start-ups and institutions working in the field of circular economy. A number of industry leaders will also be present at the event, including Olga Pirazzi, director of Cittadellarte’s Office of Fashion.

Workshops for high school students

As a pilot project, the Forum of the Digital Economy in Milan organized workshops for high school students, including two aimed at creating new skills for the job market. The workshops focused on topics including digital skills, employment, and the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Participants learned about entrepreneurship, digital skills, and sustainability. Participants also gained practical skills for job searching. The events were organized in partnership with a network of local education institutions known as the Local Pathways Fellowship.

The Open Group and Ervet, both member organizations of the Forum, will host workshops to help high school students learn how to use smartphones to develop innovative ideas. The group will also promote initiatives like NetLit, a media literacy network, and DigComp, a European Digital Competence framework for citizens. The event will also feature the Pane e Internet project and will include a series of workshops aimed at high school students.

Impact on future generations

The impact of the digital economy on future generations has been a hot topic at the World Economic Forum this year, with discussions ranging from the role of digitalization in society to the impact of artificial intelligence and digitalization on children and young people. The World Economic Forum also hosted a panel discussion and interactive dialogue on the topic. While the discussions were largely focused on digitalization and artificial intelligence, it also touched on the need to connect the world by 2030.

Moreover, the WEF has launched several initiatives aimed at fostering innovation, and addressing the impact of the fourth industrial revolution. Its Digital Trade initiative is an example of this, with an aim to help businesses leverage the potential of digital technologies, be agile in the face of disruption, and build new digital business models. It also produces white papers and studies on the subject, and organizes several events to discuss the impact of digital technologies on society.

Partnerships with OECD

The OECD Forum is an annual event that brings together OECD members and other stakeholders to explore the future of international cooperation. The Forum examines key issues facing society and explores policy solutions. The Forum brings together leaders from OECD member countries, key partner countries, and 100+ emerging and developing economies to reflect on pressing issues on the international agenda. The OECD Forum will bring together world leaders and policy makers from diverse sectors to share their views and insights on the future of international cooperation.

OECD members will come together to share their insights and discuss new policy paths to address COVID-19. OECD members will present their country’s progress on the SDGs and assess the distance that still lies ahead. Through partnerships, governments and businesses can create new policies and implement innovative solutions to address today’s challenges. Partnerships with the OECD at the Forum of the Digital Economy in Milan will build on the positive response to this pandemic.

OECD’s Digital Connect project

The OECD’s proposed digitalization strategy raises additional questions. It is inconsistent with the original BEPS project by placing less emphasis on the functions performed, assets employed, and risks assumed by multinational enterprises. It also places some of the profits in jurisdictions where only users or consumers exist. This ignores the principle of arm’s length. In addition, it does not account for the risk of Covid -19, a global pandemic that has affected many countries.

The OECD’s Going Digital project offers policy makers new tools for decision-making. For example, the OECD has played a leading role in promoting privacy, and the OECD Guidelines on Privacy Protection are a cornerstone of its privacy work. In this project, the OECD aims to build a more resilient digital economy and society. The aim is to foster innovation and create jobs.