SUCCESSFUL EVENTS, ORGANIZED WITHIN DANUBE S3 CLUSTER PROJECT
On 18th November 2020 Business Support Centre for Small and Medium Enterprises – Ruse, Bulgaria organised two online events as part of the Danube S3 Cluster project.
The Innovation Forum in the Agro-Food field consisted of two panels, namely: The innovation landscape and the Agro-Food sector in the Danube region and Policies for Clusters in the Danube region, in the field of Agro-food sector, as priority in RIS and European Funding Schemes included five presentations.The virtual brokerage b2b matchmaking in the field of Agro-Food had 85 attendees registered for the matchmaking event and 25 scheduled and accepted meetings.
THE ONLINE TRAINING ON BUSINESS INTERNATIONALIZATION AND SCALE UP GATHERED OVER 40 PARTICIPANTS!
On Friday, 29 January 2021, an online training on Business Internationalization and Scale Up took place, hosted by ECO-SUSTAV, Croatia, in the framework of the Danube S3 Cluster project.
Due to the restrictions because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the training was realized online. Over 40 stakeholders from agro-food clusters or networks and other organizations in the field participated in the interactive training and learned about the importance and the possibility to internationalize and scale up within agro-food clusters from trainers of Steinbeis 2i GmbH, who shared their vast experience in this field.
EUROPEAN ALLIANCE AGAINST CORONAVIRUS MORNING SESSIONS ARE STARTED!
European Alliance Against Coronavirus will continue starting in February 2021 to exchange information and solutions for challenges brought to us by the COVID-19 crisis. The European Alliance Against Coronavirus will meet twice a week, every Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30 – 9:30 CET. These regular meetings may be complemented by additional sessions according to the needs of the participants. The European Alliance Against Coronavirus sessions in February and March will take place under the EU Industry Days 2021, Europe’s flagship annual event on industry. It serves as the main platform to discuss industrial challenges and co-develop opportunities and policy responses.
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