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Chillin’Competition Conference- Thank you!

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As we are getting ready for the Chillin’Competition conference tomorrow we feel we should express our gratitude once again.

Thanks to you for following the blog and for the  interest in this event, which has exceeded our expectations and flooded my email , and apologies once again to the more than 200 people in the waiting list (we owe you one!)

We will report on how the conference goes, but for the time being we would also like to thank the conference sponsors and speakers; they have made it possible (and free) and they have our gratitude.

We are very much looking forward to it

 

 

Written by Alfonso Lamadrid

18 November 2015 at 8:33 pm

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  1. Interesting round table about new economy. Congratulations!

    Unfortunately, when it comes to vertical restraints and the online sector, I think we may need to identify new object infringements, such as the wrongly called MFNs. (yes, I’m sorry but I side more with the Germans that with the rest of Europe in this debate… as they send the message that MFNs may become object infringements if other authorities agree with their analysis).

    My case for considering MFNs as object infringements is that Internet is all about desintermediation (if that word exists in English), is about reaching end customers without intermediaries. In this regard, narrow MFNs kill the direct channel, reduce innovation, exclude some efficiencies an reduce price competition.

    Any views about this at the table? 😉

    Thanks!!

    rafaelbaena

    19 November 2015 at 12:38 pm


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