The Institute of the Greater Region (IGR) and the Chamber of Commerce, in close collaboration with the IDEA asbl Foundation, the SOLEP and the Economic and Social Committee of the Greater Region are hosting a debate titled “Between visions and reflections, quo vadis Grande Région? TELETRAVAIL: From fiction to reality!” at the Chamber of Commerce on 1 July.
It is hoped the reflections and debates carried out will generate interesting reflections and orientations on the major opportunities and challenges of the establishment and practice of telework in the wide geographical economic space.
The delegates will discuss new contexts, social and technological impacts, flexibility, productivity, and quality, the tax implications of professional nomadism, and more, between 13:45 and 17:00, with panellists from the political, economic and entrepreneurial world.
The conference-debate is intended to allow the gathering of the audience to exchange views on the cross-border cooperation policy and to imagine different scenarios and possible configurations to promote the integration of cross-border territories in the collective interest of entrepreneurs and citizens who live the big-regional reality on a daily basis.
Registration for this conference is available online at: www.igr-events.com/gr-quovadis2017-teletravail