last months were extremely busy for KnowING IPR project. We have been analysing the IPR situation across the Danube and first results will be ready soon. Keep following us and stay tuned in the upcoming weeks.
Apart from that, the 2nd Steering Committee Meeting (SCOM) took place on 8th April in Budapest. We made a follow up of undertaken activities and planned the upcoming events. We agreed to meet, for the third time in June, alongside the 8th EUSDR forum in Bucharest. Will you be there? If yes, check the LINK and register!
On the 9th of April we organised the 1st Assessment workshop for IPR challenges. The report is available at the link below.
Last but not least, did you notice? Official video of KnowING IPR participated at DTP Video competition. Facebook publication reached, a total of 9,210 people, obtained 976 engagements, 70 shares and a total of 396 likes. So we want to thank each and every one of you for your contribution towards these impressive figures!
All the best,
KnowING IPR Team
REPORT - 2ND SCOM AND ASSESSMENT WORKSHOP FOR IPR CHALLENGES
The 1st international workshop of the KnowING IPR project was organized by the Budapest Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) on 9th April 2019 in Budapest. The day before (8th April) the second Steering Committee meeting of the project consortium was held at the headquarter of BCCI.
FOCUS GROUP SESSION HELD IN SARAJEVO, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Sarajevo Economic Region Development Agency (SERDA) gathered representatives of SMEs, IPR experts and representatives of IPR related organizations, university professors and policy makers representatives from Bosnia and Herzegovina at a focus group session.
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