Created in 2015, under the name ” New Industrial Revolution Parliamentary Club”, the club been co-chaired since the beginning of the current legislature (2017) by:
- Laure de la RAUDIERE, Member of Parliament for Eure-et-Loir (UDI, Agir and Independents group)
- Eric BOTHOREL, Member of Parliament for Côtes d’Armor (La République en Marche).
A multi-stakeholder dialogue on public policies for innovation and digital transformation, in response to current economic, legislative and regulatory developments
The main objective of the Innovation and Digital Transformation Club is to foster a multi-stakeholder dialogue on topics related to current legislation and public policies related to innovation and digital transformation. The club meets four to five times a year, in the form of dinner debates attended by between 40 and 60 people, public officials (mainly parliamentarians, but also members of the administration and ministerial cabinets, authorities and agencies) and economic actors in the sector (research laboratories, collective organisations and professional federations, companies leading in the field, trade unions, etc.). These debates contribute to the collective reflection on the impact of innovation and digital transformation on the French economy, resulting in proposals in terms of public policy.
Members: Amazon Web Services, AT&T, l’AFNUM (Alliance Française des Industrie des Industries du Numérique), BPI France, CFE-CGC, CVS Avocats, France Brevets, IBM, IN-Groupe, IFPEN, l’Institut Mines Télécom, La Poste, PwC, Vinci)
Code of conduct
The club’s operations comply with the provisions of the Sapin II law relating to interest representatives and the rules of professional ethics defined by parliamentary institutions: pluralism of support, transparency of funding, equity between members, speaking out not conditioned by funding, etc. As such, the club’s operations strictly comply with the recommendations made by the High Authority for the Transparency of Public Life (HATVP), the Ethics Officer of the National Assembly and the Senate’s Committee on Parliamentary Ethics.