This is a very special month for LOW as we celebrate our first double-digits anniversary - do check our 10-year timeline for an overview of our achievements over the last decade. We’re older and wiser, but still having fun.
Here’s what we’ve been up to during these last weeks:
As part of The Eyes on Earth Consortium, we’ve announced the launch of the first Copernicus ‘Eyes on Earth’ Roadshow (12-13 June, Darmstadt) - be sure to register for this exciting new and free event.
We attended the “Cybersecurity and Disinformation in the EU Elections and Priorities of DG Connect with Claire Bury, Deputy Director-General, DG CNECT” session organised by the British Chamber of Commerce in Brussels.
Along side our preparations for the upcoming 2019 SME Assembly (25-27 November, Helsinki), the LOW EASME/DG GROW contract team also went on a recce mission to Berlin, to start planning the 2020 SME Assembly.
Our Directors, Sally Low and Brendan Bruce, attended the naming ceremony of the Kirkella trawler, organised by our friends at Etoile at Greenwich in London. HRH the Princess Royal was the guest of honour.
We enjoyed the insightful Mozilla Mornings session “A Policy Blueprint for Internet Health”, which we managed on behalf of Mozilla.
We’ve helped our friends at the European Academy of Paediatrics run The Children’s Health Pledge 2019 campaign.