Digital Single Market Archives

  • Vince Cable: The Europe I Want, the Europe We Need

    Promoted content | Digital 20-01-2015

    “The European Union is part of the solution; not part of the problem” said Vince Cable, in a speech at the Lisbon Council in Brussels on January 20th. The speech, titled "The Europe I Want, the Europe We Need" called for a re-invigorated digital single market. Cable, the British business secretary and Liberal Democrat MP, added that, “digital is central to growth in the European Union” and “we need to be able to show that the internal market works.”

  • Vince Cable on the Digital Single Market

    Promoted content | Digital 20-01-2015

    “The European Union is part of the solution; not part of the problem” said Vince Cable, in a speech at the Lisbon Council in Brussels on January 20th. The speech, titled "The Europe I Want, the Europe We Need" called for a re-invigorated digital single market. Cable, the British business secretary – and Liberal Democrat MP added that, “digital is central to growth in the European Union” and “we need to be able to show that the internal market works.”

  • Cable: Success of the single market is the right direction for UK

    Promoted content | Digital 20-01-2015

    Vince Cable, Britain’s business secretary and Liberal Democrat MP, set out his vision of a healthy, prosperous European Union at a Lisbon Council event on 20 January 2013. Cable's speech addressed what Europe can do to restore dynamism to its economy, how to boost growth and create new jobs, and how to demonstrate its relevance to its 500 million citizens.

  • Stimulating Digital Entrepreneurship in Europe

    Promoted content | Innovation & Industry 16-05-2014

    On 29 April, entrepreneurs and policy makers gathered in Brussels to discuss digital entrepreneurship in Europe and launch the Watify platform to help entrepreneurs get over the barriers which prevent them from starting their own business or digitizing it.

  • Commission welcomes TV, film industry pledge for easier cross-border copyright

    Promoted content | Digital 14-11-2013

    European consumers should find it easier to access television and films from their home state when travelling through the continent if pledges made by the audiovisual sector to the Commission yesterday (13 November) are honoured.
    At a plenary session in Brussels, audiovisual industry participants in the so-called Licences for Europe process made formal pledges on cross-border access and portability of services, user-generated content and micro-licensing, audiovisual heritage and text and data mining.