On September 26th, the Young Economic Chamber of Monaco is organizing its third breakfast conference. A meeting dedicated, this time, to the impact of the digital transformation of the Principality. It is an opportunity for these Monegasque entrepreneurs to exchange with Frédéric Genta, Interministerial Delegate for Digital Transition.

On Thursday, September 26th, the young Economic Chamber of Monaco is setting digital time for a breakfast conference dedicated to the impact of the digital transition in Monaco. Organized at the Café de Paris, the association will receive, on this occasion, Frédéric Genta, Interministerial Delegate for Digital Transition. This is the third time that the JCEM organizes this type of meeting, which is a moment of exchange around economic and entrepreneurial issues. The digital transition, a major issue for the Principality, was therefore a very relevant theme in this autumn of 2019.

The digital transition in question

There is no doubt that this studious breakfast will be an opportunity to discuss the Monaco Extended program presented last May by Prince Albert himself. An ambitious project of deployment and transformation of the digital offer aiming to take advantage of the small size of the Principality rather than seeing it as a disadvantage. Among the points that will be discussed during this morning event: the development of infrastructure – Monaco became this summer the first country covered by 5G – virtual fundraising (ICO), and more generally, technological advances in Monaco… More questions than ever before for these young entrepreneurs who are confronted with important and exciting developments on the rock.

*Article originally published in the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.