The EU Agenda project was born in 2010 in Brussels, from an idea of a local web development company called WebsiteProjects sprl. The first EU Agenda version started as a simple hub of EU conferences taking place in Brussels, then gradually expanded to cover events in all major EU countries, and later worldwide. In 2016 it grew to include other content types like publications, videos, news, etc. Today EU Agenda is a well known service in Brussels and Europe, counting 20k+ conferences published and tens of thousand of other content units for a total of over 500 GB of data.
The volume of EU-related knowledge and content produced yearly is growing at an exponential rate, with new publishers joining the crowd continually. They include trade associations, think-tanks, universities, city and regional representations, political parties, SMEs, corporations, national and European institutions that collectively produce millions of pieces of content of different types, adding tens of thousands each month. More often than not, such contents are difficult to locate, scattered, overlapping, and sometimes closed, leaving the searching on search engines the only available option for exploring or researching a specific issue, policy or argument. In brief, consumers and businesses alike are more and more overwhelmed by the content quantity, desperately asking for more personalisation and relevancy. It was therefore clear that the market was struggling to provide a centralised point of aggregation for all those contents. EU Agenda embraces such demand at its core, striving to provide effective, new ways to inform the public about the European Union and its policies. In the long-term, EU Agenda aspires to become the leading, largest aggregator of EU policy contents, for volume and relevancy -- where “policy” is intended as anything relevant to the average EU citizen, and including all possible contents spanning from simplified infographics addressed to the wide public to the most technical/political reports addressed to specialists. In other words, anyone wishing to learn more about any EU topic would first check the EU Agenda.
EU Agenda’s UVP for publishers:
EU Agenda’s UVP for content seekers:
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For any information, please use the contact form or call Pietro Spigai (director) at +32 497 481098