Save the Date for the next EIP-SCC General Assembly in Eindhoven!

19/01/2016
The European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities will hold its 2016 General Assembly on May 24 in Eindhoven (Netherlands). Over 400 participants are expected, making it one of the most important smart city innovation events in Europe.

In its third edition, this event is the place to be for learning about key policy and market trends and creating new contacts and networks. The Partnership is in full implementation mode, bringing together cities and companies framed by a set of core roll-out initiatives that will shape a European market place for smart cities.

The 2016 General Assembly is an associated event with the Dutch Presidency of the European Union, reflecting the relevance of urban issues for Europe. High-level representatives of the European Commission, the Presidency, other European institutions, cities and companies will share their views on developing further a strategic agenda for smart cities of the future at European level.  Through interactive action cluster sessions, participants will further contribute to shaping this agenda.

The venue is yet to be confirmed and more information about the programme, registrations and speakers will follow shortly.

Follow the hashtag #EUSmartCitiesGA2016 & #EU2016NL

Source: EIP-SCC

 

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