EPICENTER holds a number of events throughout the year. These range from conferences and panel discussions to formal lectures and book launches, as well as private lunches and suppers. Our events attract renowned speakers from various backgrounds, such as politicians, journalists, academics and business people. They normally take place in Brussels, although occasionally we hold events in other European capitals.


To attend our public events, please join our mailing list at the bottom of the page.


If you are interested in our private events programme, please e-mail abartha@epicenternetwork.eu.


Events will be announced soon!


Trump & Trade

7th September 2017

Senator Chris Steineger, Kansas State Senator will be hosted by Christofer Fjellner MEP to discuss US-EU relations under a Trump Presidency. The 30-year veteran of American government and politics will give an insight into the Trump administration and its impact on EU-US relations. Christofer Fjellner MEP, representing the Swedish Moderate Party in the EPP since 2004 will host the discussion and share his thoughts on the implications of a protectionist United States.

If you wish to register for the talk, please RSVP by sending a message to abartha@epicenternetwork.eu

Nanny State Index Conference 2017

10th May 2017

The Nanny State Index (NSI) is a league table of the worst places in the European Union to eat, drink, smoke and vape. The initiative was launched by EPICENTER in March 2016 and was a media hit right across Europe. It is masterminded and led by IEA’s Christopher Snowdon branded through the European Policy Information Center (EPICENTER). The 2017 edition of the index will be revealed during a full day conference in Brussels on the 10th May. The day includes high level discussions and debates between MEPs, industry experts, think tankers and regulators.

For more information and tickets, please visit the website http://nannystateindex.org/conference/

INNOV8 Conference

18th October 2016

INNOV8, our conference about innovation in various fields from science & tech to agriculture, took place in Brussels and provided a stimulating platform for debate for our 80 participants. The ideas of panellist — MEPs, Commission representatives, policy experts and representatives from innovative companies — revolved around the endless opportunities of innovation and the regulatory role of the EU and member states.

For more information please visit the website http://innov8europe.eu/