EIT Digital Strategic Innovation Agenda 2020-2022

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EIT Digital has decided on a new strategic innovation agenda for years 2020-2022. The five core challenges facing Europe are: (1) bringing European values to the digital world, (2) bringing forth digital single market in Europe, (3) raising R&D investments in the digital technologies emphasizing software, (4) increase deep tech innovation investments, and (5) adapt the European education system to the digital reality.

EIT Digital continues to focus on innovation, entrepreneurship, and education. The main focus areas of EIT Digital are: Digital tech, digital cities, digital industries, digital wellbeing, and digital finance. 

Read more about EIT Digital Strategic Innovation Agenda 2020-2022 here.

Further information 

Mikko Särelä, Aalto
Email. [email protected]
m. +358 50 5661232

Petri Vuorimaa
Email. [email protected]

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