Digital Agenda under discussion in Latvia

11 Sep 2012
Ref: 051 2012

In a bid to assess the growth-boosting impact of new technologies and to map out the development of Latvia's digital economy, a group of European and national decision-makers, business and civil society representatives will be meeting in Riga tomorrow (12 September) for a one-day conference entitled "Going Local Digital Agenda". Anna Maria Darmanin, EESC Vice-President, will deliver a key-note speech on how to ensure a fair and inclusive information society.   

Follow the event on webstreaming: http://skaties.riga.lv/pasakums.html

The event, which will be held at Riga City Council's meeting hall, will begin at 9 a.m. It will be opened by Daniels Pavļuts, Latvia's Minister for the Economy, Dr. Signe Bāliņa, President of the Latvian Information and Communications Technology Association, Dr. Gundars Strautmanis, President of the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Dr. Inna Šteinbuka, Head of the European Commission Representation in Latvia.

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