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On 28 and 29 November 2018, the Monaco Digital Advisory Council (MDAC) met for the first time in Monaco, under the presidency of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco.
Composed of world experts from the public and private sectors in the field of digital technology, this Committee’s main mission is to advise Monaco in its strategic vision in the digital field and in the implementation of its actions.
The creation of a committee of experts in digital technology in Monaco is a strong signal from the Principality of its ambition in terms of digital transition serving its population and its international influence
The digital transition is the biggest challenge for countries, businesses and individuals. The positioning of each entity and the ability to profit from this revolution will determine the winners of the present and future economy.
The creation of the MDAC, made up of players from the global elite of public and private institutions linked to the technology sector, is an asset to achieve these objectives.
Led by Mr. Frédéric GENTA, Interministerial Delegate in charge of the digital transition, the missions of the MDAC are multiple:
Through their diverse expertise and horizons, the experts make recommendations in the definition of the Principality’s digital vision and strategy, its elaboration and implementation by the Prince’s Government under the authority of HSH the Sovereign Prince.
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