How do we provide technology solutions to global challenges? Think along and participate in the online event CES Unveiled Conference: ‘Tech Solutions for Global Challenges’ on 15 October.
Power of innovation
The conference is about ‘The Power of Technology to Address Global Challenges’. Leading companies and investors, technology influencers and European ministers will speak about how the world can innovate itself out of the crisis. In the afternoon there will be a preview of the latest technological trends that will be presented at CES 2021.
European leaders on ‘the power of technology to address global challenges’
This conference offers new insights for entrepreneurs, corporates, investors, policy makers and experts. These are insights into tech trends, disruptive leadership, scale-up investment, and innovating the world from the crisis.
- Thierry Breton, EU Commissioner for the Internal Market
- Corinne Vigreux, CMO and co-founder TomTom, and founder Codam Coding College
- André Hoffman, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, Roche Holding
- Roger Havenith, Deputy CEO European Investment Fund (EIF)
Dutch state secretary Mona Keijzer will discuss the outcome of the informal Telecom Council on 15 October at the end of the conference.
CES Amsterdam and Paris combined
Due to the current circumstances, CES Unveiled Amsterdam and CES Unveiled Paris have been combined and will take place completely online. You will find investors, business leaders, experts, policymakers, ministers, opinion leaders from home and abroad, all online.
This conference provides insights into tech trends, disruptive leadership, scale-up investment and crisis innovation for entrepreneurs, corporates, investors, policymakers and experts.
Participation and registration
Register now to attend the digital CES Unveiled Conference. Participation is free.
Organization CES Unveiled Conference
The CES Unveiled Conference is organized by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy and CTA, the American industry association of tech companies. In addition, a long list of public-private organizations and companies are involved as partners in the organization, including StartLife, Teachleap.nl, Oost NL and Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO).