Lithuania has shown that we are a strong industrial country, and business can handle significant global challenges: a global pandemic, disruptive supply chains, rising raw material prices. The question is, how do we not lose competitiveness when global companies are on the highway of transformation?
The European Union is setting ambitious goals for the Green Course: amount of greenhouse gases must be zero by 2050. This goal can be the engine of the economy, but clearly defined guidelines for industrial transformation are needed. In addition, staff shortages and the maximum level of capacity utilization have not been allowed to relax. But perhaps we can address the challenges of increasing labour shortages and productivity by investing in technological innovation and competencies?
The Annual Economic Forum “HOW TO KEEP UP IN THE COMPETITIVENES HIGHWAY: RAPID TRANSFORMATION AND DIGITALISATION” will focus on business and its future. In the age of current technological change, Europe and its companies must make a major effort to meet the emerging global and technological challenges. At the forum, business and political leaders will look for answers on how to pave the way for their transformation to stay competitive in the markets, focusing on green economy, digitalisation, competitiveness, and business leadership.
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