Principal Economist for Europe, The Economist Intelligence Unit
Emily Mansfield is the Principal Economist for Europe at The Economist Intelligence Unit. She plays a leading role on the Europe editorial team, developing clear views on the political and economic issues of the day and ensuring the publication of high-quality analysis that meets client needs. Her specialist countries of interest are France and Germany.
Emily regularly represents the company in the media, and briefs governments and corporate clients on The Economist Intelligence Unit’s global, regional and country-level predictions. She has presented at Chatham House and the Institute for International and European Affairs, and at conferences organised by the European Parliament, Transparency International and ResPublica.
19. 11. 2020
GoDigital predavanje: What role does digitalisation have to play in the wake of Covid-19?
Associate Research Director, European Future of Work, IDC
Angela Salmeron has over 10 years of experience in the ICT industry and is currently an associate research director with IDC's European Future of Work research service, based in London. In this role, she provides coverage of key technology trends across the Future of Work, including the digital workspace, security and trust, collaborative platforms and the augmented worker.
Prior to this role, Angela was responsible for Enterprise Mobility research, covering Enterprise Mobility Management and Security. Angela is a regular speaker at industry events such as seminars and conferences.
Salmeron holds university degrees in Sociology (University of Alicante, Spain) and Economics (University of London) as well as a master's degree in International Commerce (Instituto de Economía Internacional, Spain).
19. 11. 2020
GoDigital predavanje: Why work will never be the same again?
Principal Economist for Europe, Director General of DIGITALEUROPE
Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl is Director-General of DIGITALEUROPE, the leading digital technology industry association representing over 35,000 digital companies in Europe.
She is a member of the Stakeholder Cybersecurity Certification Group of ENISA (the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity) and of NATO’s high-level Advisory Group for Emerging and Disruptive Technologies, as well as a board member of the European Commission’s Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition and the European Parliament-led European Internet Forum. Formerly, Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl was a member of the European Commission’s High Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence, and of the High-level Strategy Group on Industrial Technologies in charge of identifying Key Enabling Technologies.
She was an Executive Board Member of the Royal Danish Export Council and Chair of the Export Grant Committee under the Danish Foreign Ministry. She also served as Executive Board member in DIGITALEUROPE, and as a member of the association’s high level Digital Advisory Council.
Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl has more than 25 years of experience in the ICT industry. She previously held international positions at IBM and Oracle as well as with SMEs, building businesses across Europe and China and founding the cloud provider GlobeIT. She has deep insights into the digitalisation of business and society and the data-driven economy, and is regularly invited to deliver keynote speeches on these issues at high-level events across the world.
19. 11. 2020
GoDigital predavanje: Europe’s digital recovery, How can Europe build on the EU Digital strategy and digital leap’ made during the crisiss
The presentation will explain EU digital strategy 2025, a digital investment strategy for Europe's recovery and explore the opportunities for European countries and its economies, including Slovenia. How to boost productivity and competitiveness, what is the influence of digital skills and the potential of artificial inteligence.