The European Investment Plan is a flagship initiative of the Juncker Commission. It was adopted in November 2014 to boost investment in Europe by removing obstacles to investment, making better use of financial resources, and mobilising at least €315 billion in public and private investment across the EU area over the following three years.
For example, we will have an interactive and challenging obstacle course which introduces participants to the main obstacles facing investment in Europe. Our popular voting game will give you the opportunity to decide which EU investment project areas should be funded. Through our interactive project map you can also learn more about projects already funded by the EU. At the end of your visit, you can dress-up as an investor, press your souvenir medal and take a picture of yourself in front of fancy backgrounds.
To find out more, visit our stand and discover how the EU Budget is focused on Results in cooperation with the Investment plan for Europe.
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