On May 15 Minsk will host the first Eurasian Digital Forum (EADF). The Forum will discuss the conceptual issues of digital transformation and harmonization of digital markets at the national and international levels.

The Eurasian Digital Forum is intended to become an effective dialogue platform where business and expert circles, governments of the participating countries, governing bodies of the EU, EAEU and other international organizations will be able to discuss relevant issues concerning global digital market creation and develop strategic solutions for regional digital cooperation.

The main objectives of the EADF is the development of effective forms and mechanisms for international interaction, to strengthening dialogue between state, business and professional communities, including mechanisms of public-private partnership. These are integral factors of successful digital transformation and digital economy development. The result of such interaction will become a gradual formation of pan-Eurasian digital space and further development of pan-Eurasian digital industry.

The target audience of the Eurasian Digital Forum are representatives of business communities, international organizations, European and Asian Associations of transport and IT companies, state bodies, and research and educational institutions.

The main focus of the event will be:

  • Trade digitalization and facilitation;
  • eTrade & Paperless trade;
  • National paperless trade systems;
  • Ensuring trade-related interaction of national “single-window systems”;
  • Eurasian digital trade and transport corridors;
  • eSupply chain management: services and systems.

More details can be found here. Check out the conference programme.

The Eurasian Digital Forum will take place on 15-16 May in the Minsk Arena, Pobediteley Avenue 111, Minsk, Belarus.

Register here for the event.