Secure electronic IDs (eIDs) can make digital transactions, both in-person and online, more efficient, secure, and convenient.
Past Member Events
Please join the Macdonald-Laurier Institute for a discussion on the role of IP rights in vaccine and therapeutic R&D, manufacturing, and preparedness for future pandemics. A panel of international experts will discuss the best ways to scale up mass vaccine and therapeutic manufacturing and examine the implications that would arise from a global waiver of IP rights.
On September 16, 2021, data managers, leaders, innovators and successful practitioners from industry, trade and engineering meet at the first virtual ECLASS CONGRESS. Even will start 10:00am CEST.
Official presentation of the white paper: "International Best Practices for Tobacco and Nicotine Public Policy" on Sept. 14 at 10:00am MYT / Sept. 13 at 10:00pm EDT.
Please join Geneva Network for a discussion on the role of trade secrets in Covid-19 vaccine manufacturing. A panel of global experts will shed light on how trade secrets work, how they relate to vaccine manufacturing, and the implications of the IP waiver currently under discussion at the WTO.
Join ITIF's Center for Data Innovation for a panel discussion on the strengths and weaknesses of the proposed regulation, the proper role of the public and private sector in delivering identity services, and insights on how Europe can foster the adoption of eIDs.
Please join us for the first USCBC 50 States Series where Sean Randolph, Senior Director of the Bay Area Council Economic Institute, will discuss his latest report: Bay to Bay: China’s Greater Bay Area Plan and its Synergies for San Francisco Bay Area and U.S. Business. Developed for the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, this report helps US business audiences understand the GBA Plan, identify key areas for cooperation, and navigate the future of the two-way flows of technology, business, and investment.
At a time when the merits of globalization are increasingly coming under scrutiny and populism on the rise, what would more economic openness mean for the average Southeast Asian? What does each agreement bring to the table in terms of their respective opportunities and responsibilities? What are the main hurdles to ASEAN Member States ratifying these agreements, and how should ASEAN policymakers overcome public concerns and entrenched interests?
The future of Europe and the creeping loss of our freedoms are the current topics that we would like to discuss with you and prominent speakers. After the panel discussions, there will be an aperitif riche in the Fraumünster cloister, and we would be delighted if you could make a note of the date and be there on site.