The space economy can be defined as “the full range of activities and the use of resources that create and provide value and benefits to human beings in the course of exploring, understanding, managing and utilising space”. It goes well beyond the space manufacturing sector, also comprising the increasingly pervasive impacts of space-derived products, services and knowledge on economies and societies.
Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce and its Enterprise Europe Network in collaboration with Farvest will organise the Digital ICT Week from 30th November to 4th December 2020. The event will take place virtually and will integrate several highlights such as the ITone Gala Awards as well as a Web Summit side event.
Grid integration as challenge of dynamic market developments
ART-ER, within the Enterprise Europe Network Simpler consortium, organizes Business to Blue (B2Blue) brokerage event, one day of bilateral meetings between universities, research centres, SME and companies on the blue economy. The event is organised in the framework of Sealogy, an Italian trade fair on the topic and will be held as a virtual event on the 19th and 20th of November.
On the occasion of MEDICA 2020 fair, the global No. 1 meeting place for the medical sector, ZENIT GmbH together with the Healthcare Sector Group of the Enterprise Europe Network will organise the international Brokerage Event. The aim is to assist enterprises, universities and research institutions in finding partners in Europe for business cooperation, product development, manufacturing and licensing agreements, joint ventures or other types of partnership.
Horizon 2020 National Contact Points offices in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Israel and Slovakia in partnership with the Enterprise Europe Network and the BIOEAST Initiative invite you to participate in the virtual networking event in order to find project partners for the large forthcoming cross-cutting Horizon 2020 Green Deal call.
Two days of transnational bilateral meetings among companies, universities, research centers and stakeholders, committed to the issues of Sustainable Development, Circular Economy and Intelligent Energy, with the aim of identifying opportunities for technological and commercial partnerships, launching collaboration and research projects, intercepting business opportunities in new markets.
Lazio Innova, as partner of the Enterprise Europe Network, is organising, together with Innovhub-SSI, Assobiotec - the Italian Association for the development of biotechnology - and Regione Lazio the 10th edition of IFIB - International Forum on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioeconomy - aimed at strengthening the bioeconomy network in the Euro-Mediterranean area and to promote partnerships. The focus of the Forum is biotechnology, as a provider of new resources for industries.
Promoting Business & Technology Partnerships in South-East Europe This year Technology Forum and BEYOND 4.O, organized by TIF Helexpo have joined their forces to co-organize a successful event with broader audience and much more networking opportunities for all involved stakeholders. The matchmaking event aims to promote business, technological and research partnerships bringing together the vivid ICT community from Greece, South-East European countries and beyond.
With our 4th Biobased Economy Conference we want to bring the regional and international bioeconomy community together again. Our goal is to connect participants from different sectors and regions, so that you cooperate to innovate and create value for new waste-based value chains together.