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Register now for our webinar 'Stories from the Use Case Observatory - Volume 2'

Save the date on 28 June to learn more about open data reuse cases

On 28 June 2024 from 10.00 to 11.30 CEST, join us for the webinar 'Stories from the Use Case Observatory - Volume 2'. This session delves into the significant effects of open data reuse across Europe, part of the ongoing Use Case Observatory project.

The Use Case Observatory, active from 2022 to 2025, evaluates the economic, governmental, social, and environmental effects of open data. Monitoring 30 selected reuse cases, the project aims to highlight the transformative potential of open data. Building on the first volume published in 2022, this second volume assesses 13 reuse cases, offering updated and comprehensive findings. The webinar will present these insights, showcasing how open data drives innovation, transparency, and societal benefits across various sectors.

Two key speakers will highlight practical applications of open data during the webinar. The UniversiDATA-Lab team will share their experiences in supporting academic research and collaboration through open data. The Open Food Facts team will discuss initiatives promoting food transparency and enhancing consumer knowledge, emphasising the benefits for public health and informed choices.

This webinar is designed for a diverse audience, including data analysts, policy makers, researchers, business professionals, and the public. Each participant will gain valuable insights, from practical applications and impacts of open data, to the benefits for transparency and decision-making, and opportunities for innovation and economic growth.

Join us to explore the evolving landscape of open data and its profound impacts on various sectors. Register now to secure your spot and be part of this informative event. 

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