EURIPIDES²

SMART ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS

 

EURIPIDES² & PENTA CONSORTIUM BUILDING DAY
28th April 2016 - Stockholm, Sweden



EURIPIDES² and PENTA are pleased to invite you to submit your proposal looking for prospective partners in future consortia.
Your presentation file must be emailed by 15th March, 2016 to euripides@euripides-eureka.eu or penta@aeneas-office.eu

Presentation slots are LIMITED so please submit your proposal as soon as possible!

DOWNLOAD THE TEMPLATE HERE!

 

Pitch your proposal and find partners!
10 minutes to pitch your company, explain your innovative proposal and find partners.

Network with proposers and experts!
Around 600 delegates will attend the innovation week. Network with companies from Sweden, Scandinavia, Europe, Canada and South Korea

Meet funding representatives from national governments!
Discuss with representatives from national governments the opportunities to fund your proposal.


DETAILS
Place: City Conference Centre Stockholm, Sweden
Start: April 28, 2016 @ 10:30 am
End: April 28, 2016 @ 5:30 pm

USEFUL INFORMATION

 

The Consortium Building Day is co-located with the EUREKA Innovation Week 2016, organised and hosted by the Swedish EUREKA Chairmanship at the Stockholm City Conference Centre.


The EURIPIDES²-PENTA Event and the entire EUREKA Innovation Week are free of charge. The (optional) Gala Dinner at Stockholm City Hall on 26 April, will be charged at 80 Euros/guest.

REGISTER HERE


We look forward to seeing you in the Smart City of Stockholm!

Jean-Luc MATE                                                    Peter Connock
EURIPIDES² Chairman                                          PENTA Director



Running Calls

  • March 10, 2016 Closing Date for PO Submission
  • March 29, 2016 TEC Consensus meeting
  • March 30, 2016 Feedback to Proposers

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