The economic situation is bleak. The IMF predicts a 3% fall in global GDP in 2020 because of COVID-19. Europe’s largest economy, Germany, officially entered into recession earlier this week and according to McKinsey, 60 million jobs are at risk...
Europe still has a gender problem in business. Data from the European Institute for Gender Equality suggests that amongst Europe’s largest listed companies, only 8% are led by female CEOs. Less than a fifth of executives are women, and only...
Europe needs an unfragmented domestic market. We should nurture innovative business eco-systems to feed European champions and enable them to scale in a global market. Let us shape agile mission-based policies accordingly for the new Digital Sigle market, writes Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl.
The benefits of Artificial Intelligence are limited only by our imagination. Technology companies are listening closely to governments and civil society on issues of fairness, accountability and transparency to address concerns of bias and discrimination. Our industry stands firmly behind being part of this dialogue.
Although described as a sectorial law, the proposed ePrivacy Regulation has profound implications for European industry as a whole. That’s why lawmakers need to make it fit for the entire digital economy, writes Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl.
SMEs represent 99.8% of all businesses operating in Europe; they employ 93 million people and generate 58% of GDP. Yet, only 17% of them are selling goods or services online. It is now time for the EU and its member states to leverage the SMEs’ potential in maximising Europe’s digital transformation.
From 15 June, free roaming comes into force. But on 13 June, a less well-known deadline expires, which could significantly affect what wireless devices and products can be bought, warns Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl.
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