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  • Conference - Albert Hotel, 33 Dzirnavu Street, Riga, Latvia


    The specific objective of this "Going Local" event is to focus Latvian attention on the key importance of the Digital Single Market as a driver of growth and employment. This topic has gained much political importance in the new Juncker Commission, which addresses it as one of its key priorities.

  • Public Hearing - 1000 Brussels, Belgium

    The aim of this hearing was to rekindle debate with stakeholders (civil society, experts and academics) and frame new recommendations for the EU institutions with law-making powers. This hearing also provided an opportunity to hear the views of the EU institutions after their renewal especially in view of the new inter-institutional agreement and its implications and possible amendments on delegated acts.

  • Zagreb, Croatia

    On the 14 November 2014, the Employers' Group of the EESC will be organizing a seminar in Zagreb jointly with the Croatian Employers organizations HUP (Croatian Employers 'Association), HGK (Croatian Chamber of Economy) and HOK (Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts) entitled : "Securing Essential Imports for the EU Energy: New opportunities - or new threats?". This keynote conference, which will be attended by many of our Members together with Government representatives and a number of local businessmen, aims to examine the depth of EU dependence on imports of energy and to look at alternative possibilities for supply of predictable and secure sources of energy.

  • Poster - SMO hearing in Palermo
    Public Hearing - Palermo, Italy

    The Single Market Observatory (SMO) organised a public hearing in Palermo to take stock of Italian civil society views on the Single Market and to discuss possible, experience-based solutions to the main issues directly affecting citizens and businesses.

  • Public Hearing - room VM3, Rue Van Maerlant 2, 1040 Brussels, Belgium

    The SMO organised a public hearing on 3 April 2014 in order to present the findings of the pilot study on the workings of the Services Directive in the construction sector.

  • Public Hearing - EESC - Room JDE 62 - Brussels, Belgium

    The aim of this public hearing was to discuss the revised preliminary draft EESC opinion on the Commission’s package (COM(2013) 493, 495, 496, 497, 498, 500, 501,503,505, 506), as well as to hear the view of stakeholders and interested parties, especially from the industry, businesses, SME and social sectors perspective.

  • St. Julians, Malta
    The Single Market Observatory organised a hearing to accompany Commissioner Barnier's initiative to relaunch the European Single Market and to take stock of Maltese civil society views on the Single Market in connection with the start of the Single Market Month, which the European Union is organising from 23 September to 23 October.
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    Plenary Session - European Parliament - József Antall building - Room JAN 4Q2, Belgium
    The EESC hosted its 490th Plenary Session on 22-23 May 2013 with 2 major thematic debates: "One Single Tariff" and "Getting young people into work. Best practice"

  • Brussels, Belgium

    The Section for Single Market, Production and Consumption of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) has organised a Public Hearing "Towards legal, safe and regulated online gambling: utopia or reality?" in the context of drafting the opinion on the Commission Communication on "Towards a comprehensive European framework for online gambling [COM(2012) 596 final]" on 9 April 2013.

  • Conference - EESC, Rue Belliard 99, 1040 Brussels (JDE 62), Belgium

    The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), the International Confederation of Popular Banks (CIBP), the European Association of Co-operative Banks and UEAPME will be organizing a conference on Access to finance for SMEs in Brussels on 8 March 2013. As pointed out in the EESC opinion on the "Action Plan on Access to finance for SMEs" adopted in September 2012, the financial crisis has halved Europe’s growth potential. Many investment plans, talents and ideas risk not being realized because of uncertainty, sluggish demand and lack of funding.

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