Thank you for helping make EuroPCom 2020 such a success!

 Thank you for making EuroPCom 2020 - Time for Communica[c]tion! such a success!

In a packed one-and-a-half day programme over the 7th and 8th of December, over 1,000 people took part in online plenary sessions, workshops, Ideas Labs and training sessions, plus the EuroPCom Market Place. They explored the hot new trends and ideas in public communications, learned from experts in public communication from around the world about how to transform communication into action, and engaged with our wide range of exhibitors.

This confirmed that EuroPCom is the key annual meeting for experts in the field of public communication. It was jointly organised by the EU institutions, and followed the earlier special edition of EuroPCom in June 2020.

If you missed any of the sessions, or just want to go back and relive them, then the video recordings of most of the sessions are now online (due to the nature of the Ideas Labs it is not possible to post recordings of them). Click on the button below to view the different recordings.

Thanks again and we look forward to seeing you at EuroPCom 2021 - follow #EuroPCom on Twitter for news of the event when we are ready to share it!

Meet our speakers

Anthony Agotha
Senior Diplomatic Expert, European Commission, Cabinet of Executive Vice-President Frans Timmermans
Sixtine Bouygues
Deputy Director General, European Commission, DG Communication
Tom Brookes
Executive Director, Strategic Communications, European Climate Foundation
Guillaume Chaslot
Lorenzo Marsili
Co-founder, European Alternatives
Michael Nathan
Managing Director, French Government Information Service
Aura Salla
Head of EU Affairs, Facebook
Kathryn Sheridan
CEO & Founder, Sustainability Consult
Kate Wimpress
Convener, Citizens' Assembly of Scotland

Market place

The EuroPCom Market Place ( was the venue for participants to chat and​​ arrange meetings with other participants, as well as visit online "stalls" from a wide range of governmental, non-governmental and private-sector organisations. Participants could view the exhibitors' materials and videos, chat with them and arrange one-to-one video meetings, as well as attend live presentations about the work of the exhibitors.​


Future of the world?


Future of communication?


Future of Europe?