ERT Members meet to debate the key issues facing the world today and discuss how Europe can address them.
The Members of the European Round Table of Industrialists (ERT) strive to contribute to a joint effort to achieve a more sustainable world – a world of inclusive growth that ensures a viable future with enhanced quality of life for all citizens. Industry plays an important role as societal players that can make a profound difference.
To demonstrate industry’s contribution and value to society, we have gathered concrete examples of ERT Member companies’ activities that have a direct positive impact on people’s lives.
About 50 global CEOs and Chairmen of leading European companies in the industrial and technological sectors #EmbraceDifference.
They signed a pledge and committed to create the right environment and conditions for ALL employees to reach their full potential.
Because diversity is not just about gender, race, sexual orientation or disability. It’s about welcoming a full range of talents from across the entire spectrum of society.
A clear political framework has emerged: achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement and the journey to net zero emissions1 will be one of significant change. Co-operation between countries is vital to deliver climate neutrality sw...
Leaders of some of Europe’s largest employers have today called for an EU competition policy which would allow European businesses to compete successfully at scale in today’s globalised and fast-moving economy. Measures would i...
Research and Innovation
Building on our Joint Letter with Nobel laureates (bit.ly/2PjsEKk), ERT and 90+ European associations representing key European research & innovation stakeholders, urge the EU Institutions to make research, development and inn...
Delivering 5G and support for new technologies must be top priority for new Commission say Europe’s largest businesses
The new European Commission should prioritise digitalisation and completing the delivery of 5G networks, say Europe’s largest businesses. As European leaders prepare to discuss the composition of the new Commission at this week...