European Industry Day

  • 28 Feb 2017 to 28 Feb 2017
  • Charlemagne Building Rue de la Loi 170 - 1000 Brussels - (Belgium)

Help us shape the industrial agenda of tomorrow at this event on 28 February in Brussels. 400 participants, key industrial players, global trend shapers and high-level policy makers will inspire debate on the future of European industry.

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28 Feb 2017 to 28 Feb 2017
Charlemagne Building Rue de la Loi 170 - 1000 Brussels - (Belgium)


President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, Commission Vice-President Jyrki Katainen, and Commissioners Elżbieta Bieńkowska (Internal Market, Industry, SMEs and Entrepreneurship) and Carlos Moedas (Research and Innovation) will all participate in the event.

Representatives of traditional and new, disruptive sectors will present their views on the future of their business. Entrepreneurs, innovators, start-ups and the tech community will share the stage with key EU political leaders.

There will also be speakers from the Committee of Regions, the European Investment Bank, the European Parliament, Business Europe, the European Roundtable of Industrialists and the European Trade Union Confederation.

Why you should attend

The nature of industry is changing, driven by rapid technological change. The evolution of industrial activity is characterised by digitalisation, clean and circular technologies, and a higher reliance on services.

The Commission fully supports its industry and makes a strong contribution to jobs and growth in Europe. We have acted by establishing industrial competitiveness into all our major policy initiatives from the Investment Plan and Horizon 2020 to the Single Market Strategy, from circular economy to Digitising European Industry. Our strategic approach to industrial competitiveness aims to empower businesses, citizens and entire regions to be fit for the future.

With this in mind, we are organising European Industry Day to take stock of existing actions and stimulate debate on a joint vision for the long-term future of European industry.

  • What has been achieved by mainstreaming industrial competitiveness into EU policy?
  • How will people find their place in the new industrial revolution?
  • What is the role of regional ecosystems for industrial transformation?
  • What are the key technologies for the future of industry?

During the event we will also identify gaps to make further progress towards  smart, clean and innovative industry that creates employment and high living standards for our citizens.

Please register below. Registrations will be reviewed to ensure the widest possible geographic and institutional coverage.

For more information contact the EU Industry Day team: