We are happy to announce that the 2022 edition of the EU Industry Days entitled “Unlocking the future: EU industrial ecosystems on the path to the green and digital transition” will take place from 08th to the 11th of February and the registrations are already open!
With the 2022 edition, we aspire to stimulate discussions across industrial ecosystems on their green and digital transition, in order to further support and strengthen the resilience of EU industries and SMEs. The programme will be divided into 4 thematic days:
8 February: “Zoom-in on EU industrial ecosystems” with the presentation of transition pathway of the Tourism ecosystem included and much more;
9 February: “EU accelerating the green, digital and resilient transition” with parallel sessions of the five Industrial Forum’s Task Forces and including the transition pathways blueprint and much more;
10 February: “Unlocking the future: EU industrial ecosystems on the path to the green and digital transition” with high-level plenary sessions and keynote speeches. In light of the 2022 European Year of Youth – discussions on how EU industry can attract young Europeans and how the young generation can shape the future of EU industry will take place on this day within the special youth programme.
11 February: “Co-creating the green, digital and resilient transition” with expert sessions organised by stakeholders and European Commission.
Since the first edition in 2017, the EU Industry Days were established and recognised as the European Commission’s main platform for an open stakeholder dialogue and discussion on industry. Due to the current sanitary restrictions, the 2022 edition will have a hybrid format, bringing together thousands of participants joining the conference online and a limited number of onsite speakers. The programme will be complemented by a virtual exhibition, networking opportunities and 10 new episodes of the EU Industry Days podcast series. More than 80 regional and local events will be organised across the EU and beyond as part of the EU Industry Weeks, to discuss the future of industrial transformation and transition from a regional and local perspective.
You have a unique opportunity to join us and take part in the discussion on turning industrial challenges into opportunities for Europe as well as to learn about the latest practical information on how to benefit from the new generation of EU programmes and initiatives supporting industrial transformation. Please forward the invitation to interested colleagues and stakeholders.