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WISeKey together with 15 other EU senior level executives exchanged views with Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft as part of a Voices For Innovation event to foster European Entrepreneurship
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Cannes, France (ots) - WISeKey continues its history of strong
support to Voices for Innovation (VFI) by actively participating in
events designed to increase the level and volume of the conversation
around the technology policy debate. The latest event was a VFI
Breakfast meeting with Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, and 15 other
senior level executives from companies within Europe. Carlos Moreira
and Dourgam Kummer, WISeKey's Chairman and Managing Director,
attended this exclusive breakfast as guests of VFI to the Executive
Partner Summit in Cannes, France.
Lending their voices to the discussion, Moreira and Kummer helped drive the conversation around the need to increase the motivation of European innovators to start companies and to take risks in order to compete in the global marketplace. We need initiatives like Voices For Innovation to change the culture in Europe, on how we reward entrepreneurs.
Voices for Innovation is a global community, supported by Microsoft, that works to ensure the awareness and participation of local entrepreneurs and innovators in important policy discussions around the world. As a member of the Voices for Innovation community is the objective of WISekey to play an important role in shaping the technology policy debate and the regulatory environment in which you and fellow entrepreneurs operate in the EU . WISekey partners can visit and join the Voices for Innovation website which will help to keep informed of developments at both the European and national level. To ensure the continued success and relevance of the Voices for Innovation community, WISekey recommends you to join Voices for Innovation today.
ots Originaltext: WISeKey
VP Corporate communications