May 2017 - Internet Industry | eco News | Doing Business in Germany

What's New in eco May 2017

What's new in eco in May 2017

eco - Association of the Internet Industry

Forthcoming Events

Date: 10.–12.05.2017
Location: Cologne

Date: 18.-19.05.2017
Location: Vienna

Date: 10.-12.05.2017
Location: Berlin

IX Domaining Europe

Date: 14.-16.05.2017
Location: Berlin

ANGACOM

Date: 30.05.-01.06.2017
Location: Cologne

Capacity Europe East

Date: 05.06.2017
Location: Dubrovnik

Date: 06.-08.06.2017
Location: Monaco

eco Association and CSA: Manifest for Serious E-Mail Marketing

36 companies involved in professional e-mail marketing have committed themselves to high standards in the sending of bulk mail: Signatories to the “Manifest for Serious E-Mail-Marketing” agreed to an international declaration that defines the specific requirements for the sending of newsletters and advertising e-mails. Read more...

Call for contributions: dotmagazine – The Future of Email

Call for contributions from eco member companies and specialists on the topics of the Future of Email, Smart Life, and the Cloud. Read more...

BREXIT Expert Paper Extended

The eco Association has updated its white paper “BREXIT – Challenges for the Domain Industry?”. It now highlights more strongly BREXIT’s legal and taxation consequences for companies. Read more...

Survey by eco and YouGov: Digitalization Strengthens German Economy

The mega-trend digitalization has a positive impact on our economy – this is the belief of the majority of Germans. 68 percent think that digitalization results in economic growth in Germany. This is the finding of a representative survey by eco – Association of the Internet Industry and the international market research institute YouGov. Read more...

Botfrei Becomes Partner of NoMoreRansom.org Project

The eco service Botfrei.de/Botfree.eu has become a partner of the international NoMoreRansom.org project
The international initiative in the fight against ransomware, NoMoreRansom.org, was established last year by the Dutch police, Europol, Intel Security and Kaspersky Lab. Read more...

"More entrepreneurial courage is needed"

Despite the positive prevailing mood, digitalization has been slow to take hold in Germany. And added to this, sceptics suggest it will result in the loss of jobs. But this scepticism is based on a limited awareness, according to eco CEO Harald A. Summa. Read more...