The financial crisis has had far-reaching consequences for the economic and social situation of the European countries, as it impeded the progress and exposed drawbacks of the economic structure of Europe. Therefore, minimizing the negative impact of the global breakdown is of the utmost importance for Europe.Application of smart development strategies appears the smartest way out because: digital technologies are the most powerful driver of economic growth and employment it has been recognized that 25% of the GDP growth and 40% of productivity growth in the EU is generated by a consistent use of information and communication technologies on the personal level an active use of ICT solutions facilitates not only access to the necessary information but increases career opportunities or helps to build a supportive social network on the societal and economic levels, it brings about significant progress in innovative social services delivery, in healthcare, education and by stimulating business growth by opening up various opportunities for entrepreneurs.
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