In the last five years, the European Commission has introduced more than 50 legislative proposals that directly impact the digital community. Against this backdrop, the question arises: How can innovation continue to thrive and remain competitive while also staying compliant with these regulatory developments?
Join us as we delve into the world of Regulation Technologies (RegTech), a pioneering concept that promises to navigate the complex regulatory landscape and provide a path for technology-enabled progress without sacrificing compliance. At the event, we will explore how technology communities can navigate the world of regulation and how the EU’s regulatory developments affect the innovation and competitiveness of the digital community.
By joining us at the event, you will also be the first to hear the key findings from a new report titled “Enabling responsible use of technology at scale – Why Europe needs a regulatory technology innovation ecosystem”.
This is a hybrid event. Both onsite and online participants need to register to the event.
Coffee and Finnish pulla
Live stream begins
Kristine Alanko, Specialist, Sitra
Official launch of the report “Enabling the responsible use of technology at scale – Why Europe needs a regulatory technology innovation ecosystem”
Paul Fehlinger, Affiliate, Harvard
Panel discussion “How can the European tech community navigate the world of regulation?”
Heikki Pitkänen, CEO AND FOUNDER OF Lean Entries – Digital Regulatory Runways
Jussi Sainiemi, Partner, Voima Ventures
Karen Melchior, Member of the European ParliamenT
YLWA REIN, Public Policy Manager, Wolt
Taru Rastas, Senior Lead, Sitra
Douglas Hickey, Ambassador of the United States of America
Kristo Lehtonen, director of Fair Data Economy, Sitra
Live stream ends
Onsite participants can kick off the program at 14:30 with networking over coffee and traditional Finnish pulla. We’d love for you to join us for the reception afterward, where we’ll be offering sparkling beverages and snacks.
Online participants, your event starts at 15:00 and continues until the conclusion of the final speech.