09.00-09.15: The actuality and crucial points of the Digital Labour Programme
- Péter Cseresnyés, State Secretary for labour market and training
09.15-09.30: The EU’s initiatives for the development of digital skills and the digital labour market - Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition
- Tibor Navracsics, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, member of the European Commission
09.30-09.45: Improving the digital skills of the labour is essential for digital labour
Tamás Deutsch, Prime Minister’s Commissioner, Digital Success Programme
09.45-10.45: Global competition for the digital labour. - Chairpersons’ round table
How does improving workers’ digital skills boost the competitiveness of businesses and the national economy?
What measures can Hungarian SMEs and multinational corporations expect from the government?
How can the shortage of 22,000 IT specialists be alleviated?
- Dr. Farkas Bársony president, AmCham
- Tamás Laufer president, ICT Association of Hungary (IVSZ)
- Martin, Dale A. chairman, German-Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DUIHK)
- László Parragh chairman, Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MKIK)
10.45-11.00: Coffee and Networking
Digitalisation in trade
How is digital transformation affecting retail trade?
- Deloitte, section moderator: Ákos Demeter, Partner
Digital transformation of training systems
How can we meet the needs of the government and of the business sector?
- EY, section moderator: Mihály Zala, Executive Director
Digital transformation in manufacturing and industrial production
How will digital trends affect the workplaces of the future; what knowledge and skills will be needed in the future, and what do young people expect from their future employers?
- PWC, section moderator: Antal Kerekes, Partner and Róbert Bencze, Executive Director
The US Digital Economy – Reality in Hungary
How can we best make use of the experiences gained in America in terms of developing the digital economy?
- KPMG, section moderator: Steven Hill, Global Head of Innovation & Investments
Winkler Zsolt, Director, Telekom/Media/Technology sector, KPMG
Emri Zsuzsanna, HR Director, KPMG
12.45-13.05: Summary of the Sections
- Deloitte, EY, KPMG, PwC Hungary
13.05-13.10: Closing Remarks
- Gábor Major, ICT Association of Hungary (IVSZ)