The Major Cities of Europe annual conference will take place this year in Prato, at the Center for Contemporary Art Luigi Pecci, from 25 to 27 October.
In collaboration with Major Cities of Europe and the Municipality of Prato, the conference will be organized with the support of the Tuscany Region and CISPEL – Association of Public Services of Tuscany.
The online registration, the evolving programme and useful information are now online.
Since 1982 Major Cities of Europe, a non-profit association, has held its annual conference in a different European city. In recent years the conference has been held in Larissa in Greece, Venice, Leipzig, Zagreb, Florence, Hamburg, Zurich, Ljubljana and Vienna.
Every year from up to 400 delegates from all over Europe and also from non-European countries participate. In all they come from up to more 25 different nations.
Under the motto “A loom with a view – Weaving the digital future of communities, cities and regions” the program includes distinguished speakers from cities, regions, research centres and companies specialised in the Local Government market. They focus on the key innovations, outcomes and issues related to the developments of the transformation of cities and regions and the governance of local communities. The program highlights the importance and role of technologies in enabling these transformations.
The conference is held in English, with simultaneous translation into Italian.
The objective of the conference is to promote exchanges of experiences on the use of modern technologies to address the needs of local communities. The conference intends to share experiences on how local governments face new challenges, drive change and respond to citizens’ expectations.
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The conference is open to decision makers, managers, experts and professionals from local public administration and in general to those involved in innovation in local governments across Europe. It includes the participation of municipalities, regions, and local ecosystems of public/private organizations, such as utilities. The program is specifically aimed at public policy makers, local government CIOs, smart city managers, projects for sustainability and environmental transformation, those responsible for safety and cybersecurity.
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