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 April 14th, 2018 – Brussels (BE)

Join the Bio-based Industries Info Day 2018!

The BBI JU Info Day 2018 is fast approaching! More than 400 participants have a confirmed place – have you registered yet? If you have already registered, thank you very much for doing so. Please feel free to forward this invitation to anyone who might be interested in attending the event.

Registration for the event is free but obligatory and needs to be completed using the electronic registration tool. Places will be offered on a ‘first-come, first-served’ basis so we would advise registering as soon as possible, since the registration will close on 10 April.

April 12th, 2018 – Assen (NL)

Visit the one and only Event of Drenthe on Sustainability
12th of April 2018, Provinciehuis Assen.

Register at the website of the Province of Drenthe.

April 9th, 2018 – Assen (NL)

Groei Carrousel Drenthe


De Groei Carrousel Drenthe Bijeenkomst op maandag 9 april a.s. in de Statenzaal van het Provinciehuis in Assen! Een inspirerende dag waarop ervaren professionals en ondernemers uit het Noorden samen komen met jonge talenten van de Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde Groningen, om de groeimogelijkheden voor hun organisaties te bekijken.

Zo’n dertig ‘student consultants’ hebben de afgelopen weken gewerkt aan innovatie-vraagstukken van acht Drentse bedrijven: Vredeveld Logistics. Redbag Europe, Sustainder, Technologies Added, Praedyz, Hoomark, tWeb en Drenthea. Tijdens deze middag worden de resultaten van hun onderzoek gepresenteerd. Voor uw bedrijf kan het interessant zijn deze cases van mede-ondernemers te zien en nieuwe kennis en inzichten op te doen.

Naast de eindpresentatie kunt u een mini-college bijwonen van Professor Dr. Peter Verhoef, hoogleraar Marketing en directeur Groningen Digital Business Center, over de waarde en mogelijkheden van data voor uw organisatie.

April 5th, 2018 – Hoogeveen (NL)

Ten European cities inspire each other to create innovative strategies that revitalize the retail sector in medium-sized cities.

Ten European cities inspire each other to create innovative strategies that revitalize the retail sector in medium-sized cities.

The cities participating in the RetaiLink network (a project in the URBACT programme) will develop Integrated Action Plans to enhance the competitiveness of small and/or independent retail businesses, considering them a key economic driver.

The project’s scope of work includes areas such as regulation, employment, urban planning, managing public spaces, mobility, cultural and creative industries and citizens participation. Our multi-stakeholder approach brings together public sector, the private sector, retailers and major commercial operators, consumers or cultural and creative industries.

 

Bio-economy Impact 2018
Bioeconomy Driving Smart and Sustainable Cities

When: 6-7 February 2018
Where: Budapest, HU

The CommBeBiz Budapest meeting – 06/07 February 2018 – will provide networking, expertise and skills support to Bioeconomy research teams to ensure that the obligation to deliver innovation can be met.

Many scientists need help in identifying the potential of the knowledge they are generating to create innovation. Many also need help in ensuring that knowledge reaches the stakeholders and sectors of society that will benefit from it – whether that is for commercial, social, scientific or policy benefit.

From experience of working with bio-economy researchers identifying their needs, the CommBeBiz Budapest meeting provides the insights & inspiration, networking & knowledge that will help researchers and projects on the journey towards innovation.

The free meeting in Budapest is open to all European researchers working across Food, Agri, Marine, Forestry or Biotech topics who wishes to upskill their efforts to innovate for commercial or social benefit.

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