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The Digital Agenda for Europe: More Innovative, More Sustainable, More Inclusive?

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The Digital Agenda for Europe has been heralded as delivering smart, sustainable and inclusive growth by completing the digital single market. It aims to reboot Europe’s economy and help Europe’s citizens and businesses to get the most out of digital technologies. But what has it achieved and is it on target to deliver its original aims?

Join the Cambridge University Science & Policy Exchange on Wednesday 15th October 2014 as we debate this topical and fascinating policy.

The lecture will be directly followed by a wine reception. Students working in a relevant area to the policy debate can apply to attend the post-lecture dinner with the speakers and will be notified if they have a place prior to the event date.

This policy debate is generously sponsored by our partner Analysys Mason, the global telecoms, media and technology (TMT) consultancy.

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Speakers for this policy debate include:

  • Dr David Cleevely CBE – Entrepreneur, International Telecoms Expert and Founding Director of the Centre for Science and Policy at the University of Cambridge
  • Mr Iarla Flynn – Director of Public Policy and Government Affairs, Google
  • Dr James Allen – Partner and Senior Regulatory Expert, Analysys Mason
  • Dr Jörgen Gren – Head of Unit for Growth & Jobs at the Digital Agenda for Europe Coordination and Digital Single Market Policy Unit, European Commission

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Science and Policy Exchange (CUSPE) series.

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