Are digital, green, sustainable transformations, and cybersecurity a priority for your organisation?
Do you have access to the skills needed to implement those major changes?
Do you believe that your style of leadership should evolve?
Is Covid going to oblige the reimagining of work and workplaces?
Do you wish to learn and share you experience with your peers across Europe in an open, friendly, and non-commercial environment?
From October 13 to 15 we offer Virtually the Best opportunity to prepare for this changing world by attending the online Major Cities of Europe annual conference
The Major Cities of Europe conference has been a fixture on the calendar for over thirty years and is recognised as the pre-eminent European conference focused on leading edge transformation and technological innovation in local government.
Whilst in 2022 the city of Larissa, Greece will host our conference in person, the pandemic means that in 2021 a virtual event is the only option. It is the must-attend event for anyone interested in using technology to build smarter and liveable cities. We will be exploring digital transformation, the contribution technology can make to sustainability, and how to effectively manage cybersecurity threats, examining both today’s good practice and the leadership and competences to take us to the next level.
See the list of confirmed speakers below
The conference language will be English with simultaneous translation into GreekParticipation is for free for public officials, and all those involved and interested in Local government innovation
For more information contact:
For more information about the conference, contact:
Mina Tolidou | T. +30 6973857155 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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