Digital transformation represents enormous growth potential. Internet of Things, advanced manufacturing, robotics and artificial intelligence are fundamentally changing the way industrial processes work and their business models.
E-health and medtech are among the biggest clusters with high potential for further development in the Baltic Sea Region. Despite that, different rules, regulatory framework conditions and diverse national strategies limit their sustainable growth. What should be done at national and European levels to accelerate market access and increase development and implementation of innovative products, technologies or services for e-health and medtech?
How to attract business investments to the city? Do we need to find an epiphany that will bring investments flooding or just to implement several simpler, but necessary solutions that would make cities vibrant and more attractive for global capital?
How can one use EU financing for that? Being a second, third or even fourth city in a small country might seem to be a handicap, but it forces to find innovative solutions. What are they? Get a chance to ask Government’s and municipalities’ representatives about what they are actually doing to create productive, long term sustainable environment for global and local business.
The rapid global digitalisation and automation promotes the natural question: ”what will be the future jobs?” How will we ensure that the future workforce possess all the necessary skills in the ever-changing labor market?
It is estimated that already 40% of European employers cannot find employees with the necessary e-skills and competencies needed to ensure business development and increase it’s market competitiveness. So what will the future employee be like and what kind of education system will cultivate them?
Speech on blockchain technology and its usage
Why Software Developer career is interesting? What do you need to learn to be a Software Developer and how to do it? Various ways: from studies at university to games.
How technologies can be applied in the practical process of learning? The speakers will share their practises, visionary experience and implemented methods.
IT technologies such as cloud computing, big data, artificial intelligence, automated services are changing the face of financial services sector which is becoming one of the largest users of IT products and services. What opportunities do these innovations bring? How does it change the game for traditional financial sector and what are the challenges for those trying to break into the market as alternative providers? How can we make the EU Single Market for financial services more competitive, inclusive and efficient.
Can computer talk as a human being?
From the idea to business, sports and technologies – how does that match? Biggest challenges when creating a start-up. What to do next when you actually succeed?
Practical means, advices, how to integrate technologies in the learning process. How to use technologies in every-day lessons or management processes.
Want to know how to invite Elon Musk to Lithuania? When will we drive only electric cars in Lithuania? And what does the saying “We can build anything, anywhere! We are Lithuanians” mean to us?
What tools can encourage the youth? What are they interested in? What should they be tought? What skills does the youth have?
Personal experience of Lithuanian teachers
Companies are as ever involved in new digital transformation projects with the aim to achieve higher level of competitive advantage. As technology advances, so are the tools and methods employed by those who seek to gain unauthorized access to data, or disrupt business processes. Attacks on any organization are inevitable.
Cybersecurity has gone beyond IT, it is now a matter of corporate governance and cannot be achieved by deploying technical solutions alone. Discuss how to implement cybersecurity governance and manage cyber risk proactively in your company. Find out about the best management models and be prepared for new requirements of two major EU laws NIS and GDPR which will impact cybersecurity in 2018.
How do online games become business?
Presentation “The economic benefits of gender equality in STEM”.
Stereotyping in education and lack of female role models are some of the causes contributing to low percentage of women graduating in STEM.
After a presentation we invite you for an intense panel discussion between European business leaders, industry, education and NGO representatives: European Institute of Innovation and Technology, European Centre for Women and Technology, Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania, European Institute for Gender Equality, DEL EMCL, TELIA Lietuva, Baltic Amadeus, Junior Achievement, INPUT and BEBRAS in direct interaction with students, teachers, politicians and decision makers in the audience.
Come and get real-life stories that can change your life and help discover an exciting field of work and future career – STEM!
Join the women leaders in tech, become the tech entrepreneur of the future!
Is it easy for a woman to manage an IT company?
How new tech, smart brains and innovative partnerships will drive the digital shopping experience forward
Where did the journey of Makalius begin? How can hobby be turned into a business? What obstacles do young business people face and how they are perceived?
A data-driven economy requires free movement of data: a fragmented market does not provide sufficcient scale for cloud computing, big data, data-driven science and IoT to reach their full potential in Europe. In January 2017 the European Commission adopted a communication where it looks at the issues impeding the free flow of data, presents options to remove unjustified or disproportionate data local restrictions and outlines issues regarding access to and transfer of data, data portability and liability of non-personal, machine-generated digital data.
Discuss with the European Commission, governments and industry representatives the problems of data location restrictions within Europe, how they affect innovation and business strategy and how we can slove them.
One can say future is fully digital, but usually not 100% – what is then 99 and what is 1?
Everyone agrees that the biggest opportunity for growth is digital. Creative industries are no exception. New technologies and digital networks increased access to creative products and services for consumers . They also disrupted existing business models. Most creative industries, depending on a sector, have undergone or have just started to feel the weight of digital revolution. How to make sure that the EU copyright legal framework would promote development, innovation and creativity of today’s digital environment and not just save existing business models?