At today’s INSEAD Global Business Leaders Conference in Paris, a panel of Europe’s key technology CEOs outlined proposals for making Europe more competitive and driving economic growth.

INSEAD Dean Peter Zemsky opened the day’s sessions, explaining that the school believes that hard times in Europe may get harder before they get better, and that business are a powerful and positive source of solutions.

In a panel moderated by INSEAD’s Bruno Lanvin, the CEOs of top European technology companies SAP, Atos, and Telenor talked about the challenges of the current European business climate.