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Join the upcoming innovation event "Back End of Innovation 2018" held in Phoenix, United States by KNect 365.

BEI: The Road Map to Execution Back End of Innovation is the only event focused 100% on the back-end processes to drive idea execution, build financial impact and enhance cultural change.

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At the back end of the innovation cycle there are no clear-cut rules on driving business impact through idea implementation. That’s why BEI brings you the most forward thinking companies and thought leaders who are succeeding at execution. We equip you with the knowledge and connect you to the right network, to sustain a program and your career in the long term. The focus areas for 2018 address many of the top issues that innovation executives struggle with.

Working with cross industry innovation thought leaders you’ll tackle these issues head on to find workable solutions to your everyday problems. 2018 Focus Areas: How to Get External Stakeholders to give a BUCK! Hustle like a Start-Up: Curating the Right Culture & Team Pivoting on a Dime: Structure, Process, & Flexibility ROI: Turning Ideas into Dollars

Join the upcoming innovation event GCCIR Matchmaking Symposium in Barcelona 2018 held in Barcelona, Spain by Innoget and GCCIR.

Join us in this unique opportunity for Spanish organizations to connect with potential Albertan partners to jointly develop R&D projects eligible to receive funding under the Alberta-Europe Technology Collaboration Fund as well as other funding programs to be presented during the event.

The matchmaking symposium, organized by both the German-Canadian Centre for Innovation and Research (GCCIR) and Innoget, the free access global open innovation network, with the support of the Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI) and ACCIÓ, the agency for business competitiveness in Catalonia, will take place on November 19th in Barcelona, as part of the 2018 GCCIR Matchmaking Mission to Europe.

Why attend

Roughly 15 to 20 Albertan SMEs (small-to-medium sized enterprises) will participate in the symposium for the purpose of meeting potential R&D partners based in Spain. Furthermore, during the event, the German-Canadian Centre for Research (GCCIR), the Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI) and ACCIÓ will present the available funding programs that both Spanish and Albertan partners could apply to fund the resulting projects.

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Participants

The symposium is intended for all Spanish organizations –SMEs, Startups, Large Enterprises, Universities, Research Groups, Research and Technology Centres, Regional Promotion Agencies, Scientific and Technology Parks, Clusters, etc.– with activities related to the industrial sectors below:

GCCIR Symposium Industrial Sectors

Symposium Agenda

10:00 Arrival and registration (Coffee served)

10:30 Welcome
Ms. Katelyn Petersen, Manager at German-Canadian Center for Innovation and Research

10:35 Introduction to Alberta region 
Mr. Martin Truksa, Ministry of Economic Development and Trade at Government of Alberta

10:45 Alberta-Europe Technology Collaboration Fund presentation
Mr. Jonas Kuhn, Coordinador de Proyecto Senior del German-Canadian Center for Innovation and Research

11:00 CDTI Funding Programs for Spanish organizations presentation
Ms. Inmaculada Cabrera, Canada Projects Coordinator at CDTI

11:15 ACCIÓ Funding Programs for Catalan organizations presentation
Ms. Anna Monistrol, Project Manager, International Cooperation at ACCIÓ
Ms. Mireia Fageda, Manager of the Tecniospring Program at ACCIÓ
Mr. David Rovirosa, Manager of R&D and Innovation European Programs at ACCIÓ
Ms. Gisela Muñoz, International Trade Consultant at ACCIÓ

11:30 Company introductions

12:05 Individual discussions / B2B Networking

12:45 Lunch and further discussions

14:30 Program End

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About the organizers

German-Canadian Centre for Research and Innovation (GCCIR)
The German-Canadian Centre for Innovation and Research (GCCIR) is a multilateral initiative for the development of German-Canadian, and more broadly European-Canadian, research and business relations. 
It is based in Edmonton, Alberta and is located in the TEC Edmonton Business Incubator. The Centre provides support for the exchange of information, development of networks, and the establishment and cultivation of collaborative partnerships in academia, business, and industry.

Innoget, the trusted open innovation network
Innoget is the free access global open innovation network where worldwide innovation and research professionals meet brilliant experts, find novel technologies, groundbreaking startups and innovative business opportunities online. With more than 14 years in the market, Innoget has become the partner of choice for thousands of institutions, from F500s to Startups and Research Organizations.

Supporting organizations

Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial (CDTI)

The Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI) is a Public Business Entity, answering to the Ministry of Economy, Industry, and Competitiveness, which fosters the technological development and innovation of Spanish companies. It is the entity that channels the funding and support applications for national and international R&D&i projects of Spanish companies. The CDTI thus seeks to contribute to improving the technological level of the Spanish companies.

ACCIÓ - Agency for Business Competitiveness of Catalonia

ACCIÓ is the Agency for Business Competitiveness of Catalonia. ACCIÓ’s different programmes promote internationalization and innovation, providing service to 24,000 companies a year. We connect businesses to the key strategic sectors. We promote internationalization and innovation. We help Catalan business and startups boost their competitiveness. We help international companies connect and tap into the competitive advantages Catalonia and Barcelona provide.

RCD - Rosaud Costas Duran
Rosaud Costas Duran is a leading independent, dynamic and innovative law firm and a reference for providing comprehensive legal advice. RCD is among the most active firms in the transactional market, as reflected in the main international rankings.

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Join the upcoming course "H2020 Master of Finance and Administration and EC Audits" held in Barcelona, Spain by Europe Media.   

This 3-day training course provides a complete insight into the financial management and administration of Horizon 2020 projects, and EC financial audits. It will help you ensure that the day-to-day bookkeeping as well as the periodic and financial reports of your H2020 projects are sound and fully conform with the requirements of the H2020 Grant Agreement and ready for an EC audit. Facts and doubts about H2020 financial management and administration Eligibility of various costs in H2020 may depend on various factors and differ on a case-by-case basis. Do you know how to interpret the H2020 AMGA and make the right decisions? Calculation of personnel costs is the most common source of problems in financial reporting and audits. Do you know how to make your time-sheets bulletproof and your salary calculation correct? Financial rules of Horizon 2020 differ from the financial rules of FP7 on several instances. Do you know what these differences are and what implications they have on your accounting and administration processes? EC financial audits at H2020 beneficiaries can be conducted directly by the Commission services or by external contractors. Do you know how the financial audits are conducted and how to get prepared for both approaches?

Why participate in the "H2020 Master of Finance and Administration and EC Audits" course?

1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This 3-day training course is built 100% on project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone financial managers and administrators, whose daily work is to prepare financial reports and control budgets, manage project spending and assist our project partners in their financial management. Their projects were recently subject of an EC audit.
2. Lectures and practical workshops on Financial Reporting Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations in the morning, then use your newly-acquired knowledge during the workshops: Horizon 2020 Financial Rules Introducing the financial rules from the very basics to the most advanced issues using a practical, real-life approach. Workshop: Financial Management and Reporting Discover the well-known and utterly unique workshop of Europa Media. Participants will receive a package consisting of timesheets, salary slips, invoices, contracts, per-diem certificates and mission reports for a virtual H2020 project. They will then have to calculate the eligible costs and submit a financial statement. EC Audits Participants will be briefed on the EC financial audit process. Financial rules and bottlenecks, tricks and mistakes to focus on will be introduced. Workshop: EC Audit You will become an auditor for a day! Participants in small groups will perform a financial audit of a virtual Horizon 2020 project based on the documentation provided by us.

Your Benefits

Learn everything about the financial rules of H2020 - find out what is new, what has changed and how to get the most out of your budget. Participate in Europa Media's well-known Financial Reporting and EC Audit workshops and prepare your financial statement (Form C) and simulate a real-life audit. Discover the mistakes you made during the workshops and find out how to avoid making them again. Network and exchange experiences with leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Is this training right for me? Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Researchers Financial administrators Project managers Decision makers coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies

Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different background will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, which allows all to learn a lot from the many different approaches and stories.

H2020 Master of Finance and Administration and EC Audits

26 - 28 September, 2018

Barcelona, Spain

Join the upcoming course "H2020 Master of Finance and Administration and EC Audits" held in Barcelona, Spain by Europe Media.    This 3-day training course provides a complete insight into the financial management and administration of Horizon 2020 projects, and EC financial audits. It will help you ensure that the day-to-day bookkeeping as well as the periodic and financial reports of your H2020 projects are sound and fully conform with the requirements of the H2020 Grant Agreement and ready for an EC audit. Facts and doubts about H2020 financial management and administration Eligibility of various costs in H2020 may depend on various factors and differ on a case-by-case basis. Do you know how to interpret the H2020 AMGA and make the right decisions? Calculation of personnel costs is the most common source of problems in financial reporting and audits. Do you know how to make your time-sheets bulletproof and your salary calculation correct? Financial rules of Horizon 2020 differ from the financial rules of FP7 on several instances. Do you know what these differences are and what implications they have on your accounting and administration processes? EC financial audits at H2020 beneficiaries can be conducted directly by the Commission services or by external contractors. Do you know how the financial audits are conducted and how to get prepared for both approaches? Why participate in the "H2020 Master of Finance and Administration and EC Audits" course? 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This 3-day training course is built 100% on project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone financial managers and administrators, whose daily work is to prepare financial reports and control budgets, manage project spending and assist our project partners in their financial management. Their projects were recently subject of an EC audit. 2. Lectures and practical workshops on Financial Reporting Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations in the morning, then use your newly-acquired knowledge during the workshops: Horizon 2020 Financial Rules Introducing the financial rules from the very basics to the most advanced issues using a practical, real-life approach. Workshop: Financial Management and Reporting Discover the well-known and utterly unique workshop of Europa Media. Participants will receive a package consisting of timesheets, salary slips, invoices, contracts, per-diem certificates and mission reports for a virtual H2020 project. They will then have to calculate the eligible costs and submit a financial statement. EC Audits Participants will be briefed on the EC financial audit process. Financial rules and bottlenecks, tricks and mistakes to focus on will be introduced. Workshop: EC Audit You will become an auditor for a day! Participants in small groups will perform a financial audit of a virtual Horizon 2020 project based on the documentation provided by us. Your Benefits Learn everything about the financial rules of H2020 - find out what is new, what has changed and how to get the most out of your budget. Participate in Europa Media's well-known Financial Reporting and EC Audit workshops and prepare your financial statement (Form C) and simulate a real-life audit. Discover the mistakes you made during the workshops and find out how to avoid making them again. Network and exchange experiences with leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Is this training right for me? Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Researchers Financial administrators Project managers Decision makers coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different background will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, which allows all to learn a lot from the many different approaches and stories.

Join the upcoming course "H2020 Master of Finance and Administration" held in Barcelona, Spain by Europe Media.

This 2-day training course provides a complete insight into the financial management and administration of Horizon 2020 projects. It will help you ensure that the day-to-day bookkeeping as well as the periodic and financial reports of your H2020 projects are sound and fully conform with the requirements of the H2020 Grant Agreement. Facts and doubts about financial issues and EC audits Eligibility of various costs in Horizon 2020 may depend on various factors and differ on a case-by-case basis. Do you know how to interpret the FP7 and H2020 financial guidelines and make the right decisions? Calculation of personnel costs is the most common source of problems in financial reporting and audits. Do you know how to make your time-sheets bulletproof and your salary calculation correct? Financial rules of Horizon 2020 differ from the financial rules of FP7 on several instances. Do you know what these differences are and what implications they have on accounting and adminstration processes? EC financial audits at Horizon 2020 beneficiares can be conducted directly by the Commission services or by external contractors. Do you know how the financial audits are conducted and how to get prepared for both approaches?

Why participate in the "H2020 – Master of Finance and Administration" course?

1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This 2-day training course is built 100% on project experience and real-life examples. Our lecturers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone financial managers and administrators, whose daily work is to prepare financial reports and control budgets, manage project spendings and assist our project partners in their financial management. Their projects were recently subject of an EC audit.
2. Lectures and practical workshops on Financial reporting and EC Audits Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations in the morning, then use your newly-acquired knowledge during the workshops: Horizon 2020 Financial Rules Introducing the financial rules from the very basics to the most advanced issues using a practical, real-life approach. Workshop: Financial Management and Reporting Discover the well-known and utterly unique workshop of Europa Media. Participants will receive a package consisting of timesheets, salary slips, invoices, contracts, per-diem certificates and mission reports for a virtual H2020 project. They will then have to calculate the eligible costs and submit a financial statement.

Your Benefits

Learn everything about the financial rules of Horizon 2020 - find out what is new, what has changed and how to get the most out of your budget. Participate in Europa Media's well-known Financial Reporting workshop and prepare your financial statement (Form C). Discover the mistakes you made during the workshops and find out how to avoid making them again. Network and exchange experiences with leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Is this training right for me? Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Researchers Financial administrators Project managers Decision makers coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies

Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different background will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse background of the participants, so we can all learn a lot from the different approaches and stories. The training fee includes Training material in electronic format Coffee breaks and lunch at the venue Access to our My Trainings (downloadable presentations, background documentations, workshop materials, partner search) Certificate of attendance Accommodation is not included in the course price and should be arranged individually by the participants. (To book a hotel room at the venue hotel, booking form can be downloaded from the confirmation email received after registration.)

H2020 Master of Finance and Administration

26 - 27 September, 2018

Barcelona, Spain

Join the upcoming course "H2020 Master of Finance and Administration" held in Barcelona, Spain by Europe Media. This 2-day training course provides a complete insight into the financial management and administration of Horizon 2020 projects. It will help you ensure that the day-to-day bookkeeping as well as the periodic and financial reports of your H2020 projects are sound and fully conform with the requirements of the H2020 Grant Agreement. Facts and doubts about financial issues and EC audits Eligibility of various costs in Horizon 2020 may depend on various factors and differ on a case-by-case basis. Do you know how to interpret the FP7 and H2020 financial guidelines and make the right decisions? Calculation of personnel costs is the most common source of problems in financial reporting and audits. Do you know how to make your time-sheets bulletproof and your salary calculation correct? Financial rules of Horizon 2020 differ from the financial rules of FP7 on several instances. Do you know what these differences are and what implications they have on accounting and adminstration processes? EC financial audits at Horizon 2020 beneficiares can be conducted directly by the Commission services or by external contractors. Do you know how the financial audits are conducted and how to get prepared for both approaches? Why participate in the "H2020 – Master of Finance and Administration" course? 1. Trainers are actual Project Managers and Coordinators This 2-day training course is built 100% on project experience and real-life examples. Our lecturers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone financial managers and administrators, whose daily work is to prepare financial reports and control budgets, manage project spendings and assist our project partners in their financial management. Their projects were recently subject of an EC audit. 2. Lectures and practical workshops on Financial reporting and EC Audits Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach – hear presentations in the morning, then use your newly-acquired knowledge during the workshops: Horizon 2020 Financial Rules Introducing the financial rules from the very basics to the most advanced issues using a practical, real-life approach. Workshop: Financial Management and Reporting Discover the well-known and utterly unique workshop of Europa Media. Participants will receive a package consisting of timesheets, salary slips, invoices, contracts, per-diem certificates and mission reports for a virtual H2020 project. They will then have to calculate the eligible costs and submit a financial statement. Your Benefits Learn everything about the financial rules of Horizon 2020 - find out what is new, what has changed and how to get the most out of your budget. Participate in Europa Media's well-known Financial Reporting workshop and prepare your financial statement (Form C). Discover the mistakes you made during the workshops and find out how to avoid making them again. Network and exchange experiences with leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Is this training right for me? Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Researchers Financial administrators Project managers Decision makers coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different background will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse background of the participants, so we can all learn a lot from the different approaches and stories. The training fee includes Training material in electronic format Coffee breaks and lunch at the venue Access to our My Trainings (downloadable presentations, background documentations, workshop materials, partner search) Certificate of attendance Accommodation is not included in the course price and should be arranged individually by the participants. (To book a hotel room at the venue hotel, booking form can be downloaded from the confirmation email received after registration.)

Please join 16 experts in the field of Innovation Excellence as they present to a select audience of high-level executives the best practices for enhancing innovation & customer experience through design thinking.

Join the upcoming "Innovation Mini MBA, supported by Google" held in Amsterdam,Netherlands by Innovation Academy.

The Innovation Mini MBA is a fully immersive learning experience, focusing on deep-dive case studies and experiential engagement.

This unique programme provides individuals and organizations with the tools to implement lasting innovation through problem definition, idea scaling, and prioritization.

The Innovation Mini MBA works for participants experiencing a high level of disruption in their industry, who have struggled to monetize their innovation practices or want to create a consistent culture of innovation. The programme delivers a practical end-to-end process with all the innovation models and tools needed for success.

Who is it for?

- Challengers... are looking for the tools to make viable creations that make commercial and strategic sense
- Disruptors... are looking to learn about the latest technologies that can help make creations that harness market demand
- Innovators... are looking for guidance, inspiration and the tools to turn vision into reality

The Innovation Mini MBA is a fully immersive learning experience, focusing on deep dive case studies and experiential engagement. This unique programme provides individuals and organisations with the tools to implement lasting innovation through problem definition, idea scaling and prioritisation. The Innovation Mini MBA works for participants experiencing a high level of disruption in their industry, who have struggled to monetise their innovation practices or want to create a consistent culture of innovation. The programme delivers a practical end-to-end process with all the innovation models and tools needed for success. Who is it for? - Challengers... are looking for the tools to make viable creations that make commercial and strategic sense - Disruptors... are looking to learn about the latest technologies that can help make creations that harness market demand - Innovators... are looking for guidance, inspiration and the tools to turn vision into reality

The Innovation Mini MBA is a fully immersive learning experience, focusing on deep dive case studies and experiential engagement. This unique programme provides individuals and organisations with the tools to implement lasting innovation through problem definition, idea scaling and prioritisation. The Innovation Mini MBA works for participants experiencing a high level of disruption in their industry, who have struggled to monetise their innovation practices or want to create a consistent culture of innovation. The programme delivers a practical end-to-end process with all the innovation models and tools needed for success. Who is it for? - Challengers... are looking for the tools to make viable creations that make commercial and strategic sense - Disruptors... are looking to learn about the latest technologies that can help make creations that harness market demand - Innovators... are looking for guidance, inspiration and the tools to turn vision into reality

Join the upcoming "Horizon 2020 Finance Academy" held in Budapest, Hungary by Europa media.

This brand-new four-day training programme by Europa Media will provide a complete understanding of finances in Horizon 2020 to project administrators, accountants, CFOs, financial managers, grants offices, research managers and all those in charge of budgeting H2020 proposals and administering and reporting H2020 projects.

Join Europa Media’s Horizon 2020 Finance Academy and get an all-round understanding of finances in H2020 from A to Z. Apply correctly the financial rules of Horizon 2020 in your organization and project: learn how to interpret the articles of the H2020 Annotated Model Grant Agreement Set your finances in Horizon 2020 straight from the very beginning: understand how to plan and build a robust and sound project budget at the proposal stage Keep your budget under control during the implementation of your project: know the rules as well as your room to manoeuvre within your budget Monitor and administer your costs accurately during your project: understand how to establish a sound H2020 financial management and bookkeeping system Prepare and submit your financial statements correctly: learn how to charge the different types of costs and report them on the Participant Portal Handle changes and unforeseen events effectively: understand how to manage resources, cost reallocations, adjustments, amendments and other challenging situations

Get prepared for EC financial audits: understand the audit process and organise everything from your project budget to final financial statements accordingly

1. Trainers are actual H2020 Project Coordinators and Financial Managers This 4-day training programme is built 100% on H2020 project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone financial managers and administrators, whose daily work is to plan and coordinate project budgets, prepare financial statements, manage and control project spending, handle amendments and reallocations, and assist our project partners in their financial management and reporting of their H2020 projects. Their projects were recently subject of an EC audit.

2. Lectures and practical workshops on H2020 budget planning, financial management and reporting, and EC Audits Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach. Lectures and presentations with practical tips and stories are complemented by hands-on workshops and exercises throughout the four days. Topics covered: Financial rules of Horizon 2020 from A to Z: personnel costs, timesheets, travel costs, durable equipment, consumables, third parties, certificates, guarantee fund, etc. Accurate and effective budgeting in H2020 proposals Budget management and bookkeeping in H2020 projects Financial management tools in multi-partner Grant Agreements Budget transfers, amendments and adjustments Financial reporting in H2020 EC financial audits of H2020 projects

Hands-on workshops: Workshop: Resource planning and budgeting in H2020 proposals Understand the importance of planning your project budget at the proposal stage. Participants will go through exercises to estimate their budget for a virtual H2020 proposal in which they are a partner. They will have to calculate their person-month rate correctly, estimate other direct costs such as travel, consumables, equipment, subcontracting, and demonstrate how their technical role and planned activities in the project are consistent with their planned resources and budget. Workshop: Financial Management and Reporting Discover the well-known and utterly unique workshop of Europa Media. Participants will receive a package consisting of timesheets, salary slips, invoices, contracts, per-diem certificates and mission reports for a virtual H2020 project. They will then have to calculate the eligible costs and prepare and submit a financial statement. Workshop: EC Audit You will become an auditor for a day! Participants in small groups will perform a financial audit of a virtual Horizon 2020 project based on the documentation provided by us.

Your Benefits

Learn everything about finances in Horizon 2020 – from budget planning in your proposal to post-project EC audits. Participate in Europa Media's well-known hands-on workshops: put together an effective budget, prepare your financial statement, and audit an H2020 project. Discover the mistakes you made during the workshops and find out how to avoid making them again. Ensure that your institution’s financial system and projects are fully conform with the H2020 AMGA rules. Network and exchange experiences with leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Over the past 14 years, our training courses have been attended by over 7,000 participants from leading research institutions, universities, SMEs, industry and other public and civil society organisations from all over Europe and beyond.

Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Administrators Accountants CFOs and financial managers Grants offices Research managers Decision makers coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different backgrounds will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, so we can all learn from each other’s different approaches and stories.

Horizon 2020 Finance Academy

16 - 19 October, 2018

Budapest, Hungary

Join the upcoming "Horizon 2020 Finance Academy" held in Budapest, Hungary by Europa media. This brand-new four-day training programme by Europa Media will provide a complete understanding of finances in Horizon 2020 to project administrators, accountants, CFOs, financial managers, grants offices, research managers and all those in charge of budgeting H2020 proposals and administering and reporting H2020 projects. Join Europa Media’s Horizon 2020 Finance Academy and get an all-round understanding of finances in H2020 from A to Z. Apply correctly the financial rules of Horizon 2020 in your organization and project: learn how to interpret the articles of the H2020 Annotated Model Grant Agreement Set your finances in Horizon 2020 straight from the very beginning: understand how to plan and build a robust and sound project budget at the proposal stage Keep your budget under control during the implementation of your project: know the rules as well as your room to manoeuvre within your budget Monitor and administer your costs accurately during your project: understand how to establish a sound H2020 financial management and bookkeeping system Prepare and submit your financial statements correctly: learn how to charge the different types of costs and report them on the Participant Portal Handle changes and unforeseen events effectively: understand how to manage resources, cost reallocations, adjustments, amendments and other challenging situations Get prepared for EC financial audits: understand the audit process and organise everything from your project budget to final financial statements accordingly 1. Trainers are actual H2020 Project Coordinators and Financial Managers This 4-day training programme is built 100% on H2020 project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone financial managers and administrators, whose daily work is to plan and coordinate project budgets, prepare financial statements, manage and control project spending, handle amendments and reallocations, and assist our project partners in their financial management and reporting of their H2020 projects. Their projects were recently subject of an EC audit. 2. Lectures and practical workshops on H2020 budget planning, financial management and reporting, and EC Audits Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach. Lectures and presentations with practical tips and stories are complemented by hands-on workshops and exercises throughout the four days. Topics covered: Financial rules of Horizon 2020 from A to Z: personnel costs, timesheets, travel costs, durable equipment, consumables, third parties, certificates, guarantee fund, etc. Accurate and effective budgeting in H2020 proposals Budget management and bookkeeping in H2020 projects Financial management tools in multi-partner Grant Agreements Budget transfers, amendments and adjustments Financial reporting in H2020 EC financial audits of H2020 projects Hands-on workshops: Workshop: Resource planning and budgeting in H2020 proposals Understand the importance of planning your project budget at the proposal stage. Participants will go through exercises to estimate their budget for a virtual H2020 proposal in which they are a partner. They will have to calculate their person-month rate correctly, estimate other direct costs such as travel, consumables, equipment, subcontracting, and demonstrate how their technical role and planned activities in the project are consistent with their planned resources and budget. Workshop: Financial Management and Reporting Discover the well-known and utterly unique workshop of Europa Media. Participants will receive a package consisting of timesheets, salary slips, invoices, contracts, per-diem certificates and mission reports for a virtual H2020 project. They will then have to calculate the eligible costs and prepare and submit a financial statement. Workshop: EC Audit You will become an auditor for a day! Participants in small groups will perform a financial audit of a virtual Horizon 2020 project based on the documentation provided by us. Your Benefits Learn everything about finances in Horizon 2020 – from budget planning in your proposal to post-project EC audits. Participate in Europa Media's well-known hands-on workshops: put together an effective budget, prepare your financial statement, and audit an H2020 project. Discover the mistakes you made during the workshops and find out how to avoid making them again. Ensure that your institution’s financial system and projects are fully conform with the H2020 AMGA rules. Network and exchange experiences with leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Over the past 14 years, our training courses have been attended by over 7,000 participants from leading research institutions, universities, SMEs, industry and other public and civil society organisations from all over Europe and beyond. Feedback from previous participants show that this course is equally useful for Administrators Accountants CFOs and financial managers Grants offices Research managers Decision makers coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different backgrounds will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, so we can all learn from each other’s different approaches and stories.

This brand-new three-day training course will provide a complete insight to writing and submitting competitive proposals in response to the last calls of Horizon 2020. The combination of practical presentations and hands-on workshops will introduce all aspects that you need to know from identifying the right call for your project idea to developing and submitting a competitive proposal.

Join Europa Media’s Horizon 2020 Proposal Writing Academy and obtain the essential skills for writing a competitive proposal under Horizon 2020. After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking: impact driven proposal development. You will then proceed with developing your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget.

The impact and exploitation workshops will teach you how to draft the Expected Impact section of your proposal and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. During the Dissemination and Communication workshop, the participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. The third day of the course is dedicated to the evaluation of H2020 proposals.

You will become an evaluator and experience first-hand the evaluation process to better understand this critical stage of the selection process in Horizon 2020 and conceive your H2020 proposals in this light in the future.

Why participate in the Horizon 2020 Proposal Writing Academy?

Get a complete insight into the Horizon 2020 programme and its last calls. Understand how to develop a Horizon 2020 project concept with an Impact driven approach. Learn how to design different strategies for writing the Impact section of your proposal. Learn about IP strategies, business models, open access schemes and other exploitation issues. Tailor your communication and dissemination strategy to your results and Impact to be achieved. Learn how to put together a sound project budget. Understand the evaluation process and context to better conceive your proposal. Network and exchange experiences with the representatives of leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Our 3-day training programme is built 100% on H2020 project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone project managers and coordinators, whose daily work is to develop competitive proposals and coordinate projects. They are currently coordinating and managing 14 ongoing H2020 projects and are preparing proposals for submission under the last calls of H2020.

5 hands-on workshops!

Workshop: Call analysis, concept, objectives and work plan Participants are divided into small groups to practice the first steps of proposal development under Horizon 2020: Call analysis, project concept development, formulation of the project objectives and a preliminary work plan.

Workshop: Expected impact Participants will discuss how to address the expected impacts listed in the work programme topic, and define KPIs and effective approaches for monitoring the achievement of impact.

Workshop: Dissemination and Communication, Exploitation Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Participants will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy.

Workshop: Budget; Finalising and submitting the proposal Participants will identify the efforts and resources to be committed for the project, with a focus on dissemination and exploitation to define a sound budget. By introducing a real proposal together with the relevant evaluation summary report, the participants will have a better understanding of the evaluators’ perspective and get prepared to evaluate a real proposal.

Workshop: Evaluation of Proposals Participants will receive a full H2020 proposal and evaluate it. This simulation exercise begins with the briefing of the evaluators on the ‘call’ and the rules and procedures of the evaluation process. The evaluators will then conduct their individual assessment of the H2020 proposals, filling in their Individual Evaluation Reports (IER), after which they will gather with their fellow evaluators for consensus meetings. Once the consensus reports are drafted in each panel, final ranking will be established, which will serve as the basis for the allocation of budget amongst the highest ranked proposals.

Horizon 2020 Proposal Writing Academy

16 - 18 October, 2018

Budapest, Hungary

This brand-new three-day training course will provide a complete insight to writing and submitting competitive proposals in response to the last calls of Horizon 2020. The combination of practical presentations and hands-on workshops will introduce all aspects that you need to know from identifying the right call for your project idea to developing and submitting a competitive proposal. Join Europa Media’s Horizon 2020 Proposal Writing Academy and obtain the essential skills for writing a competitive proposal under Horizon 2020. After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking: impact driven proposal development. You will then proceed with developing your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget. The impact and exploitation workshops will teach you how to draft the Expected Impact section of your proposal and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. During the Dissemination and Communication workshop, the participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. The third day of the course is dedicated to the evaluation of H2020 proposals. You will become an evaluator and experience first-hand the evaluation process to better understand this critical stage of the selection process in Horizon 2020 and conceive your H2020 proposals in this light in the future. Why participate in the Horizon 2020 Proposal Writing Academy? Get a complete insight into the Horizon 2020 programme and its last calls. Understand how to develop a Horizon 2020 project concept with an Impact driven approach. Learn how to design different strategies for writing the Impact section of your proposal. Learn about IP strategies, business models, open access schemes and other exploitation issues. Tailor your communication and dissemination strategy to your results and Impact to be achieved. Learn how to put together a sound project budget. Understand the evaluation process and context to better conceive your proposal. Network and exchange experiences with the representatives of leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Our 3-day training programme is built 100% on H2020 project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone project managers and coordinators, whose daily work is to develop competitive proposals and coordinate projects. They are currently coordinating and managing 14 ongoing H2020 projects and are preparing proposals for submission under the last calls of H2020. 5 hands-on workshops! Workshop: Call analysis, concept, objectives and work plan Participants are divided into small groups to practice the first steps of proposal development under Horizon 2020: Call analysis, project concept development, formulation of the project objectives and a preliminary work plan. Workshop: Expected impact Participants will discuss how to address the expected impacts listed in the work programme topic, and define KPIs and effective approaches for monitoring the achievement of impact. Workshop: Dissemination and Communication, Exploitation Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Participants will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. Workshop: Budget; Finalising and submitting the proposal Participants will identify the efforts and resources to be committed for the project, with a focus on dissemination and exploitation to define a sound budget. By introducing a real proposal together with the relevant evaluation summary report, the participants will have a better understanding of the evaluators’ perspective and get prepared to evaluate a real proposal. Workshop: Evaluation of Proposals Participants will receive a full H2020 proposal and evaluate it. This simulation exercise begins with the briefing of the evaluators on the ‘call’ and the rules and procedures of the evaluation process. The evaluators will then conduct their individual assessment of the H2020 proposals, filling in their Individual Evaluation Reports (IER), after which they will gather with their fellow evaluators for consensus meetings. Once the consensus reports are drafted in each panel, final ranking will be established, which will serve as the basis for the allocation of budget amongst the highest ranked proposals.

This brand-new training course will provide a complete insight to writing and submitting competitive proposals in response to the last calls of Horizon 2020, and this time only, we also included an intensive one-day training on the set-up of a competitive ITN (Innovative Training Network) proposal.

The combination of practical presentations and hands-on workshops will introduce all aspects that you need to know from identifying the right call for your project idea to developing and submitting a competitive proposal.

Join Europa Media’s Horizon 2020 Proposal Writing Academy + one-day intensive Marie Skłodowska-Curie (ITN/ETN) proposal writing and obtain the essential skills for writing a competitive proposal under Horizon 2020 and ITN. After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking: impact driven proposal development.

You will then proceed with developing your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget. The impact and exploitation workshops will teach you how to draft the Expected Impact section of your proposal and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy.

During the Dissemination and Communication workshop, the participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Third day of the course is dedicated to the evaluation of H2020 proposals. You will become an evaluator and experience first-hand the evaluation process to better understand this critical stage of the selection process in Horizon 2020 and conceive your H2020 proposals in this light in the future. Fourth day will be entirely dedicated to Marie Skłodowska-Curie (ITN/ETN) proposal preparation, where our expert Juliane will guide you through the basics and key aspects of the ITN proposal writing and submission. This fast-track course is intended to provide a complete insight into the successful set-up of an Innovative Training Network through a mix of lectures and interactive exercises.

The training will primarily focus on ’Part B’ of the project, but also cover the main set-ups of ITNs, the EU and evaluators’ expectations, and tips and tricks from successful coordinators.

Why participate in the Horizon 2020 Proposal Writing Academy?

Get a complete insight into the Horizon 2020 programme and its last calls. Understand how to develop a Horizon 2020 project concept with an Impact driven approach. Learn how to design different strategies for writing the Impact section of your proposal. Learn about IP strategies, business models, open access schemes and other exploitation issues. Tailor your communication and dissemination strategy to your results and Impact to be achieved. Learn how to put together a sound project budget. Understand the evaluation process and context to better conceive your proposal. Network and exchange experiences with the representatives of leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Our 4-day training programme is built 100% on H2020 and ITN project experience and real-life examples.

Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone project managers and coordinators, whose daily work is to develop competitive proposals and coordinate projects. They are currently coordinating and managing 14 ongoing H2020 projects and are preparing proposals for submission under the last calls of H2020.

5 hands-on workshops!

Workshop: Call analysis, concept, objectives and work plan Participants are divided into small groups to practice the first steps of proposal development under Horizon 2020: Call analysis, project concept development, formulation of the project objectives and a preliminary work plan.

Workshop: Expected impact Participants will discuss how to address the expected impacts listed in the work programme topic, and define KPIs and effective approaches for monitoring the achievement of impact.

Workshop: Dissemination and Communication, Exploitation Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Participants will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy.

Workshop: Budget; Finalising and submitting the proposal Participants will identify the efforts and resources to be committed for the project, with a focus on dissemination and exploitation to define a sound budget. By introducing a real proposal together with the relevant evaluation summary report, the participants will have a better understanding of the evaluators’ perspective and get prepared to evaluate a real proposal.

Workshop: Evaluation of Proposals Participants will receive a full H2020 proposal and evaluate it. This simulation exercise begins with the briefing of the evaluators on the ‘call’ and the rules and procedures of the evaluation process. The evaluators will then conduct their individual assessment of the H2020 proposals, filling in their Individual Evaluation Reports (IER), after which they will gather with their fellow evaluators for consensus meetings. Once the consensus reports are drafted in each panel, final ranking will be established, which will serve as the basis for the allocation of budget amongst the highest ranked proposals.

H2020 Proposal Writing Academy + Marie Skłodowska-Curie (ITN/ETN) proposal writing

16 - 19 October, 2018

Budapest, Hungary

This brand-new training course will provide a complete insight to writing and submitting competitive proposals in response to the last calls of Horizon 2020, and this time only, we also included an intensive one-day training on the set-up of a competitive ITN (Innovative Training Network) proposal. The combination of practical presentations and hands-on workshops will introduce all aspects that you need to know from identifying the right call for your project idea to developing and submitting a competitive proposal. Join Europa Media’s Horizon 2020 Proposal Writing Academy + one-day intensive Marie Skłodowska-Curie (ITN/ETN) proposal writing and obtain the essential skills for writing a competitive proposal under Horizon 2020 and ITN. After going through a simple exercise, you will be encouraged to pursue a new way of thinking: impact driven proposal development. You will then proceed with developing your proposal concept step-by-step: defining sound objectives, designing an effective work plan with work packages, defining an ideal consortium, and putting together a realistic budget. The impact and exploitation workshops will teach you how to draft the Expected Impact section of your proposal and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. During the Dissemination and Communication workshop, the participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Third day of the course is dedicated to the evaluation of H2020 proposals. You will become an evaluator and experience first-hand the evaluation process to better understand this critical stage of the selection process in Horizon 2020 and conceive your H2020 proposals in this light in the future. Fourth day will be entirely dedicated to Marie Skłodowska-Curie (ITN/ETN) proposal preparation, where our expert Juliane will guide you through the basics and key aspects of the ITN proposal writing and submission. This fast-track course is intended to provide a complete insight into the successful set-up of an Innovative Training Network through a mix of lectures and interactive exercises. The training will primarily focus on ’Part B’ of the project, but also cover the main set-ups of ITNs, the EU and evaluators’ expectations, and tips and tricks from successful coordinators. Why participate in the Horizon 2020 Proposal Writing Academy? Get a complete insight into the Horizon 2020 programme and its last calls. Understand how to develop a Horizon 2020 project concept with an Impact driven approach. Learn how to design different strategies for writing the Impact section of your proposal. Learn about IP strategies, business models, open access schemes and other exploitation issues. Tailor your communication and dissemination strategy to your results and Impact to be achieved. Learn how to put together a sound project budget. Understand the evaluation process and context to better conceive your proposal. Network and exchange experiences with the representatives of leading universities, research institutions and companies from around the EU and beyond. Our 4-day training programme is built 100% on H2020 and ITN project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone project managers and coordinators, whose daily work is to develop competitive proposals and coordinate projects. They are currently coordinating and managing 14 ongoing H2020 projects and are preparing proposals for submission under the last calls of H2020. 5 hands-on workshops! Workshop: Call analysis, concept, objectives and work plan Participants are divided into small groups to practice the first steps of proposal development under Horizon 2020: Call analysis, project concept development, formulation of the project objectives and a preliminary work plan. Workshop: Expected impact Participants will discuss how to address the expected impacts listed in the work programme topic, and define KPIs and effective approaches for monitoring the achievement of impact. Workshop: Dissemination and Communication, Exploitation Participants will define the relevant target groups and the most appropriate dissemination and communication tools, channels and strategies for disseminating and communicating the results of the project with a view to maximizing its impact. Participants will draft the Expected Impact section and identify the best scenario for exploitation and IP strategy. Workshop: Budget; Finalising and submitting the proposal Participants will identify the efforts and resources to be committed for the project, with a focus on dissemination and exploitation to define a sound budget. By introducing a real proposal together with the relevant evaluation summary report, the participants will have a better understanding of the evaluators’ perspective and get prepared to evaluate a real proposal. Workshop: Evaluation of Proposals Participants will receive a full H2020 proposal and evaluate it. This simulation exercise begins with the briefing of the evaluators on the ‘call’ and the rules and procedures of the evaluation process. The evaluators will then conduct their individual assessment of the H2020 proposals, filling in their Individual Evaluation Reports (IER), after which they will gather with their fellow evaluators for consensus meetings. Once the consensus reports are drafted in each panel, final ranking will be established, which will serve as the basis for the allocation of budget amongst the highest ranked proposals.

The trainer is an experienced project consultant and manager Juliane's expertise in ITNs stems from more than 10 years of consulting (as National Contact Point in Switzerland and as an independent consultant).

Several coordinators of ITN’s have relied on her expertise for the successful completion of their ITNs (e.g. 96%, 99.4%, 98.6% in the last years). As project manager for the MSCA-COFUND action Empapostdocs-II She knows and will share with you the ins and outs of efficient project management for the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions.

Workshop on ITN This fast-track course is intended to provide a complete insight into the successful set-up of an Innovative Training Network through a mix of lecture and interactive exercises. The training will primarily focus on ’Part B’ of the project, but also cover the main set-ups of ITNs, the EU and evaluators’ expectations, and tips and tricks from successful coordinators.

Is this training right for me? This course is right for you when you intend to submit and coordinate an MSCA-ITN proposal for the 2019 call and are already familiar with the basics of this funding scheme. Participants can be from academia or non-academia alike.

Join the upcoming "World Neonatology and Child Care Meeting" held in Praha, Czech Republic by Conference Series.

We take the privilege in inviting you to participate at our World Neonatology Meeting which is going to be held on October 25-26, 2018 at Prague, Czech Republic. Neonatology Meeting 2018 will be a creative and strengthening International gathering mirroring the course of Paediatrics in the 21st century in a protected yet energizing condition that offers an extensive variety of preoccupations to members of all foundations.

The theme of our conference is Advances in Neonatal Care.

Join the upcoming 28th World Congress on Cardiology and Heart Diseases held in Hoofddorp, The Netherlands by Conference Series.

28th World Congress on Cardiology and Heart Diseases to be held at Amsterdam, Netherlands during November 5-6, 2018.

This International Heart Conference will bring together world-class cardiovascular researchers, cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, professors and scientists to discuss strategies for Cardiology.

Cardiology Conference invites you to attend the 28th Annual Congress on Cardiology and Heart Diseases 2018 is designed to provide diverse and current education that will keep medical professionals abreast of the issues affecting the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases.

Undoubtedly the participant at this Cardiology congress will be able to exchange with the best experts in the specialty and will return home with extensive knowledge

Join the upcoming "Transformation 4.0: Digital Leadership, Disruptive Innovation & Design Thinking" held in Singapore, Singapore bymarcusevans

At this inaugural Transformation 4.0 interactive forum you will be exposed to new ways of thinking and leading your organisation in the digital economy.

We will discuss how technology is being used to push organisations into the digital age, where trends and business processes change quickly and innovation and transformation are the buzz words.

This forum will be give you in-depth case studies from business leaders who have implemented innovation projects in their transforming organisations.

We will have a range of interactive discussions, case studies and expert insights, where leaders will share ideas and learn how to navigate the everyday challenges that technology and disruption presents to them.

Overcome the fear of constant change and disruption by embracing an end user centric way of innovating.

Join the upcoming "Innovation Mini MBA, supported by Google" held in London,United Kingdom by Innovation Academy.

The Innovation Mini MBA is a fully immersive learning experience, focusing on deep-dive case studies and experiential engagement.

This unique programme provides individuals and organizations with the tools to implement lasting innovation through problem definition, idea scaling, and prioritization.

The Innovation Mini MBA works for participants experiencing a high level of disruption in their industry, who have struggled to monetize their innovation practices or want to create a consistent culture of innovation.

The programme delivers a practical end-to-end process with all the innovation models and tools needed for success.

Who is it for?

- Challengers... are looking for the tools to make viable creations that make commercial and strategic sense
- Disruptors... are looking to learn about the latest technologies that can help make creations that harness market demand
- Innovators... are looking for guidance, inspiration and the tools to turn vision into reality

Pulsus Group Ltd proudly announces the commencement of “World Congress on Novel Trends and Advances in Biotechnology” which is going to be held during November 28-29, 2018 at Barcelona, Spain.

Advanced Biotechnology 2018 focuses upon Explore “Novel Trends in the Field of Biotechnology Advanced Biotechnology” 2018 Offers opportunity to go to the presentations conveyed by eminent experts from everywhere throughout the world. Participating in Advanced Biotechnology 2018 gives an approach to meet, cooperate with, and make contacts with different specialists in your claim to fame region.

Most meetings will have creators, analysts, or clinicians who are perceived specialists in the field. Biotechnology conferences unite people who have an enthusiasm for various fields of biotechnology like Plant Biotechnology, cancer Biotechnology, Animal Biotechnology, Chemical Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Genetics and Molecular Biotechnology from practice, research, administration, policy and education. Advanced Biotechnology 2018 intent is to discover advances in biotechnology, management and education in relation to health disparities as well as a breadth of other topics.

Why to attend? 
Join your peers around the world focused on learning about Biotechnology, Agriculture Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology and Genetics and Molecular Biotechnology related advances, which is your single best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the Biotechnology community Biology community, conduct demonstrations, distribute information, meet with current and potential professionals, make a splash with a new research works, and receive name recognition at this 2-day event.

World-renowned speakers, the most recent research, advances, and the newest updates in Biotechnology and Genetics and Molecular Biology are hallmarks of this conference.

Target Audience 
Our Organization would be privileged to welcome the:

• Scientists and Researchers
• Laboratory members and Students working in the field of Biotechnology
• Biotechnology Young Researchers
• Biotechnology Faculty Members
• All Medical and Life Science Colleges
• Biotechnology and genetics Associations and Societies
• Business Entrepreneurs
• Training Institutes
• Worldwide Biotechnology Medicine Companies
• Exhibitors and Sponsors

Who should attend?
• Biotechnology Professionals
• Biotechnology Researchers, Students, biotech entrepreneurs, industry giants, biotech institutes
• Biology and Biotechnology Professionals to Exchange Ideas and Knowledge Networking at its 100+ international Conferences Market Analysis In industries from agriculture to environmental science, biotechnology plays an important role in improving industry standards, services, and developing new products.

Biotechnology involves the spectrum of life science-based research companies working on transformative technologies for a wide range of industries. The global biotechnology market is expected to reach USD 727.1 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. The emergence of certain key themes in the biotechnology market is expected to drive growth in this industry to a lucrative extent. The biotechnology sector in Spain continues growing year after year. To a large extent, this is due to its transversal character, because more and more companies from different sectors incorporate biotechnology activities to their products and services.

There has been a growing increase of the turnover of biotechnology companies in the Spanish GDP. And that evolution has been constant, even in the years of the crisis. As evidence we have the values of 2014, year when that economic figure stood at 10.35%, and 2008, when biotechnology just supposed 2.98% of GDP. The value of 10.35% has even equalled digits of tourism in the country, one of the pillars of the Spanish economy. This type of biotechnology comprises approximately 50% of all biotech companies in Spain.

These companies are mainly engaged in products for human health, not only with regard to drugs, but also products and services related to molecular diagnostics, both to treat and to prevent disease. Currently, Spain ranks as the second country with the highest number of biotechnology-related companies in the world, only behind the United States. In addition, Spain is leader in personalized medicine and in the development of innovative drugs for the treatment of cancer, Alzheimer's disease, autoimmune and infectious diseases, ranking among the top ten European countries in drug development. The topics of the Conference will truly reflect the current and future trends in on Biotechnology. 

The Congress will cover a cover a broad spectrum of Plant and Agriculture Biotechnology, Genetics and Molecular Biotechnology, Nano Biotechnology & Biomaterials, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Cancer Biology and Immunology, Environmental Biotechnology, Biotechnology in Health Care, Animal Biotechnology, Marine Biotechnology, Stem Cell Biotechnology, Advances in Biotechnology, Food Biotechnology, Biosensors and Biomarkers, Industrial and Microbial Biotechnology, Genetic Engineering and r DNA Technology, Bioremediation and Biodegradation, Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering, Chemistry & System Biology, Chemical Biotechnology, Biotech Companies and Market Analysis. Entrepreneurs Investment Meet Pulsus Group Advanced Biotechnology 2018 will offer you an unmatched attendee experience. In addition to the many scientific sessions and take-home case study examples, you will leave this event with many other novel development strategies from some of our workshops and symposiums.

Engage in dynamic conversation with your industry peers at our multiple networking sessions, and takeaway novel drug development and commercialization strategies, which could speed up time to market and save your organization millions. We hope you will join us in Singapore this May. We hope you will join us in Barcelona, Spain this November 28-29, 2018. Where your presence will be a key addition to enrich the meeting and set its standards high. To accomplish the same, submit you valuable research abstract to us for our Speaker Sessions and do register to the conference by following the link https://biotechnology.pulsusconference.com/ Looking forward to see you at Barcelona, Spain.

World Congress on Novel Trends and Advances in Biotechnology 2018

28 - 29 November, 2018

Barcelona, Spain

Pulsus Group Ltd proudly announces the commencement of “World Congress on Novel Trends and Advances in Biotechnology” which is going to be held during November 28-29, 2018 at Barcelona, Spain. Advanced Biotechnology 2018 focuses upon Explore “Novel Trends in the Field of Biotechnology Advanced Biotechnology” 2018 Offers opportunity to go to the presentations conveyed by eminent experts from everywhere throughout the world. Participating in Advanced Biotechnology 2018 gives an approach to meet, cooperate with, and make contacts with different specialists in your claim to fame region. Most meetings will have creators, analysts, or clinicians who are perceived specialists in the field. Biotechnology conferences unite people who have an enthusiasm for various fields of biotechnology like Plant Biotechnology, cancer Biotechnology, Animal Biotechnology, Chemical Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Genetics and Molecular Biotechnology from practice, research, administration, policy and education. Advanced Biotechnology 2018 intent is to discover advances in biotechnology, management and education in relation to health disparities as well as a breadth of other topics. Why to attend?  Join your peers around the world focused on learning about Biotechnology, Agriculture Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology and Genetics and Molecular Biotechnology related advances, which is your single best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the Biotechnology community Biology community, conduct demonstrations, distribute information, meet with current and potential professionals, make a splash with a new research works, and receive name recognition at this 2-day event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent research, advances, and the newest updates in Biotechnology and Genetics and Molecular Biology are hallmarks of this conference. Target Audience  Our Organization would be privileged to welcome the: • Scientists and Researchers • Laboratory members and Students working in the field of Biotechnology • Biotechnology Young Researchers • Biotechnology Faculty Members • All Medical and Life Science Colleges • Biotechnology and genetics Associations and Societies • Business Entrepreneurs • Training Institutes • Worldwide Biotechnology Medicine Companies • Exhibitors and Sponsors Who should attend? • Biotechnology Professionals • Biotechnology Researchers, Students, biotech entrepreneurs, industry giants, biotech institutes • Biology and Biotechnology Professionals to Exchange Ideas and Knowledge Networking at its 100+ international Conferences Market Analysis In industries from agriculture to environmental science, biotechnology plays an important role in improving industry standards, services, and developing new products. Biotechnology involves the spectrum of life science-based research companies working on transformative technologies for a wide range of industries. The global biotechnology market is expected to reach USD 727.1 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. The emergence of certain key themes in the biotechnology market is expected to drive growth in this industry to a lucrative extent. The biotechnology sector in Spain continues growing year after year. To a large extent, this is due to its transversal character, because more and more companies from different sectors incorporate biotechnology activities to their products and services. There has been a growing increase of the turnover of biotechnology companies in the Spanish GDP. And that evolution has been constant, even in the years of the crisis. As evidence we have the values of 2014, year when that economic figure stood at 10.35%, and 2008, when biotechnology just supposed 2.98% of GDP. The value of 10.35% has even equalled digits of tourism in the country, one of the pillars of the Spanish economy. This type of biotechnology comprises approximately 50% of all biotech companies in Spain. These companies are mainly engaged in products for human health, not only with regard to drugs, but also products and services related to molecular diagnostics, both to treat and to prevent disease. Currently, Spain ranks as the second country with the highest number of biotechnology-related companies in the world, only behind the United States. In addition, Spain is leader in personalized medicine and in the development of innovative drugs for the treatment of cancer, Alzheimer's disease, autoimmune and infectious diseases, ranking among the top ten European countries in drug development. The topics of the Conference will truly reflect the current and future trends in on Biotechnology.  The Congress will cover a cover a broad spectrum of Plant and Agriculture Biotechnology, Genetics and Molecular Biotechnology, Nano Biotechnology & Biomaterials, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Cancer Biology and Immunology, Environmental Biotechnology, Biotechnology in Health Care, Animal Biotechnology, Marine Biotechnology, Stem Cell Biotechnology, Advances in Biotechnology, Food Biotechnology, Biosensors and Biomarkers, Industrial and Microbial Biotechnology, Genetic Engineering and r DNA Technology, Bioremediation and Biodegradation, Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering, Chemistry & System Biology, Chemical Biotechnology, Biotech Companies and Market Analysis. Entrepreneurs Investment Meet Pulsus Group Advanced Biotechnology 2018 will offer you an unmatched attendee experience. In addition to the many scientific sessions and take-home case study examples, you will leave this event with many other novel development strategies from some of our workshops and symposiums. Engage in dynamic conversation with your industry peers at our multiple networking sessions, and takeaway novel drug development and commercialization strategies, which could speed up time to market and save your organization millions. We hope you will join us in Singapore this May. We hope you will join us in Barcelona, Spain this November 28-29, 2018. Where your presence will be a key addition to enrich the meeting and set its standards high. To accomplish the same, submit you valuable research abstract to us for our Speaker Sessions and do register to the conference by following the link https://biotechnology.pulsusconference.com/ Looking forward to see you at Barcelona, Spain.

Creating connections between people and organisations who are passionate about Innovation Management. ISPIM invites researchers, managers, executives and consultants to ISPIM Connects Fukuoka to: > Engage with top innovation leaders from Asia-Pacific and beyond > Learn about the Fukuoka innovation scene > Network with innovation experts across industries and continents > Experience well-orchestrated social events in inspiring, fun venues ISPIM has linked with the Association of International Seafood Professionals to expand the programme to enable a major stream ‘Achieving Blue Growth’.

This 2-day training course will introduce the first crucial steps for getting a Horizon 2020 project started on the right foot, provide practical tips to ensure a sound technical implementation of your project, and go into the issues of financial management and reporting.

We recommend this course to those who are involved in everyday implementation and/or financial management of H2020 projects as well as to those who have just started implementing their project as a partner or coordinator, and do not yet have an in-depth knowledge on Horizon 2020 financial issues Here are the typical challenges you need to tackle while implementing your Horizon 2020 project: Going through the Grant Agreement Preparation (GAP) process and meeting deadlines; Preparing an effective Consortium Agreement, handling IPR issues, and getting your project started on the right foot; Managing non-performing partners, creating a team from individual partners, dealing with conflicts, managing internal reports, submitting official reports to the EC; Keeping your books and records in order, administering your costs and time spent on the project accurately; Handling financial issues related to cost eligibility, budget transfers, and payment arrangements; Conducting effective communication and PR internally, with the European Commission, the research community, the industry and the wider public.

Why participate in the "H2020 Project Management and Finance" course?

1. Trainers are actual H2020 Project Managers and Coordinators This 2-day training course is built 100% on H2020 project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone project managers and coordinators, whose day-to-day work is to make sure that their multiple projects are implemented according to EC Grant Agreement, problems are promptly tackled, and project partners adequately assisted in legal, technical and financial management issues. Over the years we have helped almost 1,000 project managers and coordinators in understanding the legal, technical and financial rules of the Research Framework Programme and managing European projects.

2. Lectures and practical workshops on H2020 project implementation and financial management Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach. Lectures and presentations with practical tips and stories are complemented by hands-on workshops and exercises throughout the two days. Project Management and Technical Reporting Grant Agreement Preparation – road to success and things that could go wrong. Getting started – models on Consortium Agreement, advance payment, bank guarantees, and the kick-off meeting. IPR issues in practice – how to protect your background and how to benefit from the foreground. Technical reporting – how to fill in the online forms and compile the Part B of your report. Technical reviews – Get prepared for the best- and worst-case scenarios.

Workshop: Project Management Role-Play Each participant will represent a beneficiary in a project which is facing various challenges. Your trainer will represent the European Commission, whose goal is to make sure that the project is implemented according to the GA. You will tackle – as a consortium or individually – challenges that frequently arise in an H2020 project: budget transfers, inadequate budget, poorly performing partner, conflicts on IPR, GA amendments, technical reviews, etc. All case studies are based on real issues which we went through in our past and ongoing H2020 projects as coordinator or partner. Learn by doing and learn from others! Financial Management and Reporting Financial rules of Horizon 2020 – how to harmonize EU rules with your national taxation and internal accounting principles. Eligible and non-eligible costs, cost statements – upgrading your financial admin system. Different calculation methods for Personnel costs – employees and consultants. Allocation of Travel costs, Equipment, Other costs, and Overheads based on practical examples Subcontracting and third parties – how to avoid rejection of costs. Uploading reports to the Participant Portal – hints and tips to control your partners’ spending.

Workshop: Budget monitoring and financial reporting You will go through specific exercises to simulate budget planning, budget monitoring and financial reporting in an H2020 project. You will tackle budget transfers and reallocations, controlling overspending, managing underspending and conducting reporting. You will prepare a financial statement for a virtual H2020 project based on specific project documentation with salary slips, invoices, receipts, timesheets and other proof of costs. Your Benefits Obtain the effective H2020 project management tools and understand why, when and how to use them Get an insight to Horizon 2020 financial issues Find out how to cope with different challenges in project implementation Practice how to allocate costs and prepare your financial statement Learn how to put together technical reports efficiently Experienced project coordinators and financial managers will moderate practical workshops, covering all aspects of research project implementation.

Is this training right for me?

Over the past 14 years, our training courses have been attended by over 7,000 participants from leading research institutions, universities, SMEs, industry and other public and civil society organizations from all over Europe and beyond.

Feedback from previous participants shows that this course is equally useful for Project managers and coordinators Project officers Researchers Financial managers Grants offices coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different backgrounds will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, so we can all learn from each other’s different approaches and stories.

Horizon 2020 Project Management and Finance

11 - 12 December, 2018

Vienna, Austria

This 2-day training course will introduce the first crucial steps for getting a Horizon 2020 project started on the right foot, provide practical tips to ensure a sound technical implementation of your project, and go into the issues of financial management and reporting. We recommend this course to those who are involved in everyday implementation and/or financial management of H2020 projects as well as to those who have just started implementing their project as a partner or coordinator, and do not yet have an in-depth knowledge on Horizon 2020 financial issues Here are the typical challenges you need to tackle while implementing your Horizon 2020 project: Going through the Grant Agreement Preparation (GAP) process and meeting deadlines; Preparing an effective Consortium Agreement, handling IPR issues, and getting your project started on the right foot; Managing non-performing partners, creating a team from individual partners, dealing with conflicts, managing internal reports, submitting official reports to the EC; Keeping your books and records in order, administering your costs and time spent on the project accurately; Handling financial issues related to cost eligibility, budget transfers, and payment arrangements; Conducting effective communication and PR internally, with the European Commission, the research community, the industry and the wider public. Why participate in the "H2020 Project Management and Finance" course? 1. Trainers are actual H2020 Project Managers and Coordinators This 2-day training course is built 100% on H2020 project experience and real-life examples. Our trainers and workshop leaders are flesh-and-bone project managers and coordinators, whose day-to-day work is to make sure that their multiple projects are implemented according to EC Grant Agreement, problems are promptly tackled, and project partners adequately assisted in legal, technical and financial management issues. Over the years we have helped almost 1,000 project managers and coordinators in understanding the legal, technical and financial rules of the Research Framework Programme and managing European projects. 2. Lectures and practical workshops on H2020 project implementation and financial management Experience Europa Media's unique "learning-by-doing" approach. Lectures and presentations with practical tips and stories are complemented by hands-on workshops and exercises throughout the two days. Project Management and Technical Reporting Grant Agreement Preparation – road to success and things that could go wrong. Getting started – models on Consortium Agreement, advance payment, bank guarantees, and the kick-off meeting. IPR issues in practice – how to protect your background and how to benefit from the foreground. Technical reporting – how to fill in the online forms and compile the Part B of your report. Technical reviews – Get prepared for the best- and worst-case scenarios. Workshop: Project Management Role-Play Each participant will represent a beneficiary in a project which is facing various challenges. Your trainer will represent the European Commission, whose goal is to make sure that the project is implemented according to the GA. You will tackle – as a consortium or individually – challenges that frequently arise in an H2020 project: budget transfers, inadequate budget, poorly performing partner, conflicts on IPR, GA amendments, technical reviews, etc. All case studies are based on real issues which we went through in our past and ongoing H2020 projects as coordinator or partner. Learn by doing and learn from others! Financial Management and Reporting Financial rules of Horizon 2020 – how to harmonize EU rules with your national taxation and internal accounting principles. Eligible and non-eligible costs, cost statements – upgrading your financial admin system. Different calculation methods for Personnel costs – employees and consultants. Allocation of Travel costs, Equipment, Other costs, and Overheads based on practical examples Subcontracting and third parties – how to avoid rejection of costs. Uploading reports to the Participant Portal – hints and tips to control your partners’ spending. Workshop: Budget monitoring and financial reporting You will go through specific exercises to simulate budget planning, budget monitoring and financial reporting in an H2020 project. You will tackle budget transfers and reallocations, controlling overspending, managing underspending and conducting reporting. You will prepare a financial statement for a virtual H2020 project based on specific project documentation with salary slips, invoices, receipts, timesheets and other proof of costs. Your Benefits Obtain the effective H2020 project management tools and understand why, when and how to use them Get an insight to Horizon 2020 financial issues Find out how to cope with different challenges in project implementation Practice how to allocate costs and prepare your financial statement Learn how to put together technical reports efficiently Experienced project coordinators and financial managers will moderate practical workshops, covering all aspects of research project implementation. Is this training right for me? Over the past 14 years, our training courses have been attended by over 7,000 participants from leading research institutions, universities, SMEs, industry and other public and civil society organizations from all over Europe and beyond. Feedback from previous participants shows that this course is equally useful for Project managers and coordinators Project officers Researchers Financial managers Grants offices coming from Public institutions Universities and research institutions SMEs and large companies Thanks to our learning-by-doing approach and the unique workshops, participants with different backgrounds will meet all their expectations. One of the strengths of our courses is the diverse backgrounds of the participants, so we can all learn from each other’s different approaches and stories.

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Join the upcoming innovation event 8th Annual TECHSCOUT Summit held in Madrid, Spain by European Networking Group.

As the technological market speeds ahead, many challenges directly impact innovation leaders. Capitalising on external innovation and strategic partnerships is crucial to gain and maintain a competitive advantage.

ENG’s 8th annual summit will bring leading innovation, techscout and corporate venture executives together from an array of top companies across different industries to discuss the future of innovation and new approaches to drive business.

Join us in Madrid for two days of strategic insights, an interactive panel discussion, dynamic case studies and a workshop. This event will provide you with the strategic insight on how to drive disruptive businesses and increase profit through effective scouting and partnerships.

Key topics to be explored this year:

• Mapping a cost-effective method of driving innovation by facing market challenges
• Driving product development and promoting dynamic innovation through strategic partnerships
• Developing scouting teams and techniques for real disruption
• Creating true partnerships by striving for solutions that suit both parties’ expectations
• Fostering a long-term relationship between CV and startups

On 11 September 2018, EIT Digital is hosting the third EIT Digital annual flagship conference in Brussels. This year’s theme is Driving Global Impact with European Digital Innovations. Guest speakers and contributors will include representatives from leading technology companies, government officials, industry experts as well as entrepreneurs. The conference not only showcases disruptive European innovations. It will also provide an excellent opportunity to network with attendees from a diverse range of organisations working in the digital ecosystem, representing large corporates, SMEs, leading technical universities and research institutes, as well as policy and decision makers from the European Parliament, the European Commission and public authorities.

Get inspiration for your current projects and advice on how to build a design team of your dreams. Find out the secrets of what makes products successful and what mistakes companies made when they were building new services. During a whole week you’ll immerse yourself into London's technology and creative industry exploring the hottest trends and latest inventions. You will have a chance to meet the teams behind the most ground-breaking products and learn how they approach design strategy, work with clients and improve their services. This programme consists of lectures, round table discussions and mini-workshops all conducted at the actual company offices – that gives even better perspective on how they work and collaborate. Some people call our format a 'design safari', some say it's a VIP behind-the-scenes experience or a research trip. This is a very fresh way to learn and explore the industry. And the best part is – you will spend this week as a part of a small group of 20 like-minded entrepreneurs, UX designers and product managers from around the globe. Programme structure Every day will consist of various activities to maximise your learning experience. Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture, round table or a workshop in one of London's top companies. Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions we will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. Afternoon session: it is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work. Debrief and the city: after a long day of absorbing new ways of working, idea brainstorming and creative exercises we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars. Who is this programme for? — Creative directors and heads of design departments — Digital product designers, UX and visual designers — Design managers and team leads — UX researchers and analysts — Service designers and product owners You will learn: — Best practices in conducting research, prototyping, testing, and product launch for web, mobile, wearables, and internet of things — How human centred design can help your projects — How do world’s best design team and companies work: processes, teams, workspaces, and culture — Methods and tools for digital product design — Digital product design trends — Different ways to use design to change people's behaviour — Oldest pubs and best craft beers Course curator Yury Vetrov, Head of Portal UX, Mail.Ru Group Yury heads Portal UX design team at Mail.Ru Group, one of two largest Russian internet companies that develops 20 multi-platform products. Before becoming a big deal at Mail.ru Group, Yury had his own UX consultancy. He also runs a blog on UX Strategy in Russian, curates one of the most popular UX communities, writes for Smashing Magazine and UXMatters, organises Moscow Dribbble Meetup and teaches at British Higher School of Art & Design. Cost £1,995 (Subject to 20% VAT; if you are paying as an individual living in Europe, UK or if you are a UK business) Price includes: — all talks, office visits, round tables and workshops — exhibition entries and planned cultural activities during the programme — party/networking event at the end of the week — certificates Price doesn't include banks transfer fees, food, travel, visa, accommodation or any other extra expenses.

FLA: UX & Digital Design Week

13 - 17 August, 2018

London, UK

Get inspiration for your current projects and advice on how to build a design team of your dreams. Find out the secrets of what makes products successful and what mistakes companies made when they were building new services. During a whole week you’ll immerse yourself into London's technology and creative industry exploring the hottest trends and latest inventions. You will have a chance to meet the teams behind the most ground-breaking products and learn how they approach design strategy, work with clients and improve their services. This programme consists of lectures, round table discussions and mini-workshops all conducted at the actual company offices – that gives even better perspective on how they work and collaborate. Some people call our format a 'design safari', some say it's a VIP behind-the-scenes experience or a research trip. This is a very fresh way to learn and explore the industry. And the best part is – you will spend this week as a part of a small group of 20 like-minded entrepreneurs, UX designers and product managers from around the globe. Programme structure Every day will consist of various activities to maximise your learning experience. Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture, round table or a workshop in one of London's top companies. Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions we will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. Afternoon session: it is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work. Debrief and the city: after a long day of absorbing new ways of working, idea brainstorming and creative exercises we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars. Who is this programme for? — Creative directors and heads of design departments — Digital product designers, UX and visual designers — Design managers and team leads — UX researchers and analysts — Service designers and product owners You will learn: — Best practices in conducting research, prototyping, testing, and product launch for web, mobile, wearables, and internet of things — How human centred design can help your projects — How do world’s best design team and companies work: processes, teams, workspaces, and culture — Methods and tools for digital product design — Digital product design trends — Different ways to use design to change people's behaviour — Oldest pubs and best craft beers Course curator Yury Vetrov, Head of Portal UX, Mail.Ru Group Yury heads Portal UX design team at Mail.Ru Group, one of two largest Russian internet companies that develops 20 multi-platform products. Before becoming a big deal at Mail.ru Group, Yury had his own UX consultancy. He also runs a blog on UX Strategy in Russian, curates one of the most popular UX communities, writes for Smashing Magazine and UXMatters, organises Moscow Dribbble Meetup and teaches at British Higher School of Art & Design. Cost £1,995 (Subject to 20% VAT; if you are paying as an individual living in Europe, UK or if you are a UK business) Price includes: — all talks, office visits, round tables and workshops — exhibition entries and planned cultural activities during the programme — party/networking event at the end of the week — certificates Price doesn't include banks transfer fees, food, travel, visa, accommodation or any other extra expenses.

The Chief Innovation Officer Summit is an innovation event offering a unique experience which bring together senior executives to network, learn from innovators and reinvigorate their business with fresh ideas.

The Chief Innovation Officer Summit is returning to Singapore for its 4th year! The 2018 episode will bring together hundred innovation leaders and thinkers from various industry. Confirmed speakers include:

- Head of Innovation Metlife
- Head of Product Innovation, Samsung Electronics
- Head of Innovation & Product Transformation, AirAsia
- Chief Innovation Officer, Zobele
- Head of Innovation & Transformation, Sunway

Is your brand future-proof? How can brands express themselves using new channels and evolving technologies and create design that will last for generations? Branding is UK's number one export. But what makes agencies in London so successful globally? Meet the legendary designers behind the greatest masterpieces and listen to their approach to brand strategy. Explore all the new possibilities from experiential and sound identity to branding in digital and motion design. This one-week learning adventure is for people who want to understand what differentiates a good brand from a great one, how to create a legacy and what you need to know to succeed globally. This programme will help you to stay up-to-date with the newest trends in the industry, become better at what you do and find new ways to develop your career. The programme includes talks, roundtables, mini-workshops, visits to exhibitions and professional discussions. You will also have a unique opportunity to get a behind the scenes look at the most influential agencies in London and meet fellow creatives from around the world. Programme structure Every day will consist of various activities to maximise your learning experience. Morning guest: the first activity of the day includes informal talk over breakfast to activate brain and body to receive the creative stimuli of the day. You will interact with other participants, share your ideas, experiences and expectation for the day and meet local professionals to get to know more about the backstage of the creative industry. Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture, roundtable or a workshop in one of London's top companies. Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions we will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. Afternoon session: it is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work. Debrief and the city: after a long day of absorbing new ways of working, idea brainstorming and creative exercises we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars. Who is this programme for? — Creative and art directors — Brand managers and strategists — Heads of marketing — Graphic, motion, digital and packaging designers — Everyone who is passionate about branding You will learn: — What processes, tools and methodologies do leading creative agencies use — How to create a future-proof brand — Latest trends in branding – from motion design to scent and sound design — How new technologies like Artificial intelligence and Virtual Reality will change what branding means — How to approach redesign of a brand with heritage — How to plan an office space to promote the culture of creativity and knowledge exchange — How to share your ideas with clients more effectively Cost £1,995 (Subject to 20% VAT; if you are paying as an individual living in Europe, UK or if you are a UK business)Price includes: — all talks, office visits, roundtables and workshops — exhibition entries and planned cultural activities during the programme — party/networking event at the end of the week — certificates Price doesn't include banks transfer fees, food, travel, visa, accommodation or any other extra expenses.

FLA: Future of Branding Week

25 - 29 June, 2018

London, UK

Is your brand future-proof? How can brands express themselves using new channels and evolving technologies and create design that will last for generations? Branding is UK's number one export. But what makes agencies in London so successful globally? Meet the legendary designers behind the greatest masterpieces and listen to their approach to brand strategy. Explore all the new possibilities from experiential and sound identity to branding in digital and motion design. This one-week learning adventure is for people who want to understand what differentiates a good brand from a great one, how to create a legacy and what you need to know to succeed globally. This programme will help you to stay up-to-date with the newest trends in the industry, become better at what you do and find new ways to develop your career. The programme includes talks, roundtables, mini-workshops, visits to exhibitions and professional discussions. You will also have a unique opportunity to get a behind the scenes look at the most influential agencies in London and meet fellow creatives from around the world. Programme structure Every day will consist of various activities to maximise your learning experience. Morning guest: the first activity of the day includes informal talk over breakfast to activate brain and body to receive the creative stimuli of the day. You will interact with other participants, share your ideas, experiences and expectation for the day and meet local professionals to get to know more about the backstage of the creative industry. Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture, roundtable or a workshop in one of London's top companies. Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions we will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. Afternoon session: it is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work. Debrief and the city: after a long day of absorbing new ways of working, idea brainstorming and creative exercises we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars. Who is this programme for? — Creative and art directors — Brand managers and strategists — Heads of marketing — Graphic, motion, digital and packaging designers — Everyone who is passionate about branding You will learn: — What processes, tools and methodologies do leading creative agencies use — How to create a future-proof brand — Latest trends in branding – from motion design to scent and sound design — How new technologies like Artificial intelligence and Virtual Reality will change what branding means — How to approach redesign of a brand with heritage — How to plan an office space to promote the culture of creativity and knowledge exchange — How to share your ideas with clients more effectively Cost £1,995 (Subject to 20% VAT; if you are paying as an individual living in Europe, UK or if you are a UK business)Price includes: — all talks, office visits, roundtables and workshops — exhibition entries and planned cultural activities during the programme — party/networking event at the end of the week — certificates Price doesn't include banks transfer fees, food, travel, visa, accommodation or any other extra expenses.

The Euroscicon welcomes you for our 6th International conference on Computer Graphics, Animation & Computer-Aided Design (Computer Graphic 2018) to be held on June 18-19, 2018 at London, UK. We are truly happy to invite all the participants like scientists, researchers, educators, professionals, practitioners, animators, graphic designers, software developers, artists and students with their innovative ideas and creativity. The Computer Graphic 2018 conference will provide two days discussion on research in the Computer Graphic history, technologies, and trends of computer graphics, Computer Animation and games catered to industry professionals and academic communities worldwide.

Join the annual edition of the UKIVA - Machine Vision Conference held in Milton Keynes, United Kingdom. Click for more.

Over 50 of the leading machine vision companies from around the world will be exhibiting at the UKIVA Machine Vision Conference and Exhibition which is taking place at Arena MK, Milton Keynes on Wednesday May 16th 2018.

The Exhibition is co-located with the seven Conference Theatres, giving plenty of opportunity for visitors to see all of the stands either during the official Conference breaks or during the day if visitors have a vacant slot in their personal seminar itinerary. International presence Although the event is taking place in the UK, it has a truly international flavour with exhibitors from Canada, France, Germany, People's Republic of China and the USA in addition to the many from the UK itself. Event organiser, Chris Valdes, commented: “It is testament to the success of the inaugural event last year that this year we have attracted a larger proportion of exhibitors from overseas. Not only that, we are delighted to welcome twelve new exhibitors.

The line-up represents an excellent cross-section of the industrial vision industry, A large number of vision component manufacturers will be showing products such as cameras, optics, illumination, controllers, frame grabbers, software, 3D systems, cables and components. Many of the UK’s leading vision technology suppliers and distributors for these and other vision systems and components will also be exhibiting. Visitors to the event will therefore have a great opportunity to see some of the latest vision products. A number of vision systems integrators will also be available on their stands to discuss how their specialist expertise can help integrate vision inspection systems in to existing or new production lines or OEM equipment.”

Talk to the experts The prime objective for the event is to create an informative and educational environment. With 55 technical seminars being delivered at the Conference, including the 2 Keynote presentations, there will be an impressive array of very experienced and knowledgeable vision specialists gathered under one roof. This provides the perfect opportunity for attendees to network both with these specialists and with each other about any aspect of machine vision.

Many of the presenters are also exhibitors, and they will welcome further discussions on any aspect of their seminars at their exhibition stands or over a coffee! There is bound to be someone attending who can provide advice on any vision challenge faced by a visitor. Stimulating Conference program With seven presentation theatres hosting 55 technical seminars, the Conference offers a stimulating program, with content suitable for every type of visitor, ranging from those completely new to vision to highly experienced practitioners in the subject. The full program can be found at www.machinevisionconference.co.uk/programme, with almost twice as many people already registered for the event compared to the equivalent time in 2017.

The two Keynote presentations, which will examine the use of vision in two very different types of autonomous vehicles. Professor Tony Pipe, Deputy Director at Bristol Robotics Laboratory, UWE will be talking about the Venturer autonomous vehicle project,while Henry Harris-Burland, VP Marketing from Starship Technologies will be discussing the development of advanced, self driving personal delivery robots, and there will be a chance to see the robot in action at the event.

UKIVA - Machine Vision Conference 2018

16 May, 2018 - 16 May, 2018

Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

Join the annual edition of the UKIVA - Machine Vision Conference held in Milton Keynes, United Kingdom. Click for more. Over 50 of the leading machine vision companies from around the world will be exhibiting at the UKIVA Machine Vision Conference and Exhibition which is taking place at Arena MK, Milton Keynes on Wednesday May 16th 2018. The Exhibition is co-located with the seven Conference Theatres, giving plenty of opportunity for visitors to see all of the stands either during the official Conference breaks or during the day if visitors have a vacant slot in their personal seminar itinerary. International presence Although the event is taking place in the UK, it has a truly international flavour with exhibitors from Canada, France, Germany, People's Republic of China and the USA in addition to the many from the UK itself. Event organiser, Chris Valdes, commented: “It is testament to the success of the inaugural event last year that this year we have attracted a larger proportion of exhibitors from overseas. Not only that, we are delighted to welcome twelve new exhibitors. The line-up represents an excellent cross-section of the industrial vision industry, A large number of vision component manufacturers will be showing products such as cameras, optics, illumination, controllers, frame grabbers, software, 3D systems, cables and components. Many of the UK’s leading vision technology suppliers and distributors for these and other vision systems and components will also be exhibiting. Visitors to the event will therefore have a great opportunity to see some of the latest vision products. A number of vision systems integrators will also be available on their stands to discuss how their specialist expertise can help integrate vision inspection systems in to existing or new production lines or OEM equipment.” Talk to the experts The prime objective for the event is to create an informative and educational environment. With 55 technical seminars being delivered at the Conference, including the 2 Keynote presentations, there will be an impressive array of very experienced and knowledgeable vision specialists gathered under one roof. This provides the perfect opportunity for attendees to network both with these specialists and with each other about any aspect of machine vision. Many of the presenters are also exhibitors, and they will welcome further discussions on any aspect of their seminars at their exhibition stands or over a coffee! There is bound to be someone attending who can provide advice on any vision challenge faced by a visitor. Stimulating Conference program With seven presentation theatres hosting 55 technical seminars, the Conference offers a stimulating program, with content suitable for every type of visitor, ranging from those completely new to vision to highly experienced practitioners in the subject. The full program can be found at www.machinevisionconference.co.uk/programme, with almost twice as many people already registered for the event compared to the equivalent time in 2017. The two Keynote presentations, which will examine the use of vision in two very different types of autonomous vehicles. Professor Tony Pipe, Deputy Director at Bristol Robotics Laboratory, UWE will be talking about the Venturer autonomous vehicle project,while Henry Harris-Burland, VP Marketing from Starship Technologies will be discussing the development of advanced, self driving personal delivery robots, and there will be a chance to see the robot in action at the event.

Join the annual edition of the innovation event IND+I 2018 held in Viladecans, Spain by IND+I Viladecans.

The annual meeting IND+I on innovation and industry in Viladecans is a reference event in Catalonia and Spain in the field of the dissemination and discussion of tendencies and industrial innovations and the right policies for innovation and competitiveness to address them.

This year Cubic building will host the event, open to everyone, that will revolve around the pending tasks that we have as a country in the field of innovation and industry. Because in this way we can develop as a society and achieve economic growth, a more quality job and greater social welfare, guaranteeing the sustainability of the planet.

Therefore, more than ever, in this 3rd edition we will keep track of what is happening on innovation and industry. We will be inspired by the best practices in other regions of Europe and the world, and we will pay special attention to Cybersecurity, Blockchain for smart cities and Sustainable Building.

The IND+I 2018 is an unmissable event for large and small innovative companies. For territorial governments. For those responsible of public policies for economic promotion and innovation. For the university community. And also for those responsible for technology centers, science parks and research groups aimed at bringing their discoveries to the market.

Come to IND+I and discover everything that we need to be more innovative.

IND+I 2018, 3rd meeting IND+I on innovation and industry

03 May, 2018 - 03 May, 2018

Viladecans, Spain

Join the annual edition of the innovation event IND+I 2018 held in Viladecans, Spain by IND+I Viladecans. The annual meeting IND+I on innovation and industry in Viladecans is a reference event in Catalonia and Spain in the field of the dissemination and discussion of tendencies and industrial innovations and the right policies for innovation and competitiveness to address them. This year Cubic building will host the event, open to everyone, that will revolve around the pending tasks that we have as a country in the field of innovation and industry. Because in this way we can develop as a society and achieve economic growth, a more quality job and greater social welfare, guaranteeing the sustainability of the planet. Therefore, more than ever, in this 3rd edition we will keep track of what is happening on innovation and industry. We will be inspired by the best practices in other regions of Europe and the world, and we will pay special attention to Cybersecurity, Blockchain for smart cities and Sustainable Building. The IND+I 2018 is an unmissable event for large and small innovative companies. For territorial governments. For those responsible of public policies for economic promotion and innovation. For the university community. And also for those responsible for technology centers, science parks and research groups aimed at bringing their discoveries to the market. Come to IND+I and discover everything that we need to be more innovative.

ISPIM brings you a really different innovation experience ISPIM, in partnership with MassTLC & D'Amore McKim School of Business, invites researchers, managers, executives and consultants, with a passion for innovation management, to the ISPIM Innovation Forum in Boston to: Engage> Share innovation insights with fellow professionals Explore> Find out about the local innovation scene Belong> Become part of a global innovation management community Enjoy> Experience well-orchestrated social events in inspiring, fun venues A multi-track conference full of thought provoking innovation management content Day One - Monday > Hear from leading innovation thought leaders > Engage with Boston-area industry innovation professionals in the new Industry Jam @ ISPIM Sponsored by MassTLC > Network with 200 innovation professionals from over 30 countries Days Two and Three - Tuesday & Wednesday > Choose from 120+ presentations and workshops on the latest thinking in innovation management > Visit Boston-area innovation clusters and learn their secrets for success No other innovation event in The Americas comes close to this complete package!

Design Thinking Innovation Week created by Future London Academy. This is a unique programme for creative entrepreneurs, designers and business owners – introducing you to London's most innovative businesses and uncovering the latest approaches to design thinking and innovation. Every day will consist of lectures, roundtables and visits to the top companies who adopted the human-centred approach, where you will meet the teams behind their latest research and innovation. Some people call our format a 'design safari', some say it's a VIP behind-the-scenes experience or a research trip. During the week you will also explore the latest trends and discoveries in virtual reality, artificial intelligence, sustainability and future of technologies. You will learn about the latest approach to creativity, product management and business management – and have the opportunity to ask any questions in an informal atmosphere. All lectures and workshops will take place in the actual agencies giving participants a better context of the topic. This programme is designed to give you inspiration for your work, to help you get an expert opinion on your current projects, and keep you up-to-date with the latest trends in the industry. Programme structure Every day will consist of various activities to maximise your learning experience. Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture, roundtable or a workshop in one of London's top companies. Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions we will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. Afternoon session: it is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work. Debrief and the city: after a long day of absorbing new ways of working, innovating and creative thinking we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars. Who is this programme for? — CEOs, CIOs and business owners — heads of design and innovation departments — product managers and team leaders — service and experience designers — UX researchers — innovators and trendsetters You will learn: — How to use design thinking to create innovation — Best practices in conducting research, prototyping, testing and product launching — Latest trends in VR, AR and AI — What other methodologies and processes companies use to create new products — How to spot real innovation — How to plan an office space to promote the culture of innovation and knowledge exchange — How to share your ideas with clients and investors more effectively Course curator Ekaterina Solomeina, designer, innovator, co-founder of Future London Academy "London is the best place to learn about innovation and service. This is a city where technology giants meet quirky startups, where traditions meet inventions, and where designers from all across the world are solving problems with the power of design thinking." Cost £1,995 (Subject to 20% VAT; if you are paying as an individual living in Europe, UK or if you are a UK business) Price includes: — all talks, office visits, roundtables and workshops — exhibition entries and planned cultural activities during the programme — party/networking event at the end of the week — certificates Price doesn't include banks transfer fees, food, travel, visa, accommodation or any other extra expenses.

FLA: Design Thinking & Innovation Week

19 - 23 March, 2018

London, UK

Design Thinking Innovation Week created by Future London Academy. This is a unique programme for creative entrepreneurs, designers and business owners – introducing you to London's most innovative businesses and uncovering the latest approaches to design thinking and innovation. Every day will consist of lectures, roundtables and visits to the top companies who adopted the human-centred approach, where you will meet the teams behind their latest research and innovation. Some people call our format a 'design safari', some say it's a VIP behind-the-scenes experience or a research trip. During the week you will also explore the latest trends and discoveries in virtual reality, artificial intelligence, sustainability and future of technologies. You will learn about the latest approach to creativity, product management and business management – and have the opportunity to ask any questions in an informal atmosphere. All lectures and workshops will take place in the actual agencies giving participants a better context of the topic. This programme is designed to give you inspiration for your work, to help you get an expert opinion on your current projects, and keep you up-to-date with the latest trends in the industry. Programme structure Every day will consist of various activities to maximise your learning experience. Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture, roundtable or a workshop in one of London's top companies. Lunch break: between the morning and afternoon sessions we will have a short break when you will have an opportunity to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. Afternoon session: it is the second session of the day, where you will have a chance to visit another top London agency and listen to their team revealing secrets they use in everyday work. Debrief and the city: after a long day of absorbing new ways of working, innovating and creative thinking we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars. Who is this programme for? — CEOs, CIOs and business owners — heads of design and innovation departments — product managers and team leaders — service and experience designers — UX researchers — innovators and trendsetters You will learn: — How to use design thinking to create innovation — Best practices in conducting research, prototyping, testing and product launching — Latest trends in VR, AR and AI — What other methodologies and processes companies use to create new products — How to spot real innovation — How to plan an office space to promote the culture of innovation and knowledge exchange — How to share your ideas with clients and investors more effectively Course curator Ekaterina Solomeina, designer, innovator, co-founder of Future London Academy "London is the best place to learn about innovation and service. This is a city where technology giants meet quirky startups, where traditions meet inventions, and where designers from all across the world are solving problems with the power of design thinking." Cost £1,995 (Subject to 20% VAT; if you are paying as an individual living in Europe, UK or if you are a UK business) Price includes: — all talks, office visits, roundtables and workshops — exhibition entries and planned cultural activities during the programme — party/networking event at the end of the week — certificates Price doesn't include banks transfer fees, food, travel, visa, accommodation or any other extra expenses.

Welcome to Oiweek X The world's most impactful Open Innovation event For years Oiweek has been nurturing a community of those who recognize the real challenges of society and want to do something about them. More than 5,000 corporates, 600 investors, 4,000 startups and 1,000 of other organizations have joined the Oiweek community. Today we are 30,000 doers joining efforts to co-create the future. Oiweek is all about enabling innovation, and for this special 10th anniversary edition we are working even harder to make innovation happens. Welcome to Oiweek X. What to expect from Oiweek X +2,000 executives from LATAM's leading corporations +300 best-ranked startups +100 selected technologies from the main universities and research centers of Brazil +300 investors +5,000 expected meetings at the Speed-dating Arena All of this mixed-and-matched in +4,000 sq. meters, with a smart and lean structure especially designed to make the right and effective connections! Share knowledge, co-create solutions and do business at Oiweek.

By attending this marcus evens event, you will be able to discuss how to measure the output of R&D and create commercial value for the company. You will listen to practical case studies on how to grasp the intangible performance and output measurement of R&D, and how to manage the inherent tension between R&D creativity and controlling constraints. You will have interactive discussions on the most optimal ways of organising controlling and capturing forecast and the actuals, and you will identify the best practices in portfolio and project planning, controlling, and resource management. This marcus evans conference is a unique opportunity for R&D finance leaders to discuss how to drive innovative projects to better commercial value and build a robust approach to R&D budgeting and forecasting. With a lot of effort going into aligning R&D with the business strategy, this is also a good opportunity to have a cross-functional discussion involving not only R&D finance professionals, but also R&D leaders, and to build up a strategy to foster interaction and ensure efficient collaboration.

Join the innovation event "Unleashing Innovation Summit Amsterdam 2018" held in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Global Executive Events. A unique opportunity to discuss and share your thoughts with like-minded leaders.

At this summit, senior-level executives will discuss real-life examples of innovation at work in their organisation.

Join us to discuss and share your experiences with an Employee's First culture, customer centricity and opportunities with new evolving tech including augmented reality and artificial intelligence. Meet over 80 like-minded cross-industry leaders and take advantage of the networking opportunities, both formal and informal.

The conference is expected to become a platform for fruitful discussion and networking among key executives from around the world, working towards a culture of innovation. The interactive programme format is structured to maximise learning and networking through fun and informative sessions. Unleashing Innovation will explore trends and new developments to give you the knowledge and tools needed for your organisation to succeed in 2018 and beyond.

We are pleased to announce the launch of the R&D Innovation Summit that will take place on 22-23 February 2018 in Berlin, Germany.

The R&D Innovation summit will be a unique opportunity to learn Research & Development innovation best-practices. It will bring Research Development leaders from a wide range of industries together, who have been implementing successful R&D, developing innovation programs and supporting their company's future development.

Learn from & share insights with R&D and innovation executives who understand the changing environment for R&D.

Key themes include:

  • Analytics in Research Strategy Development
  • How Consumer Insights Drive R&D Innovation
  • Harnessing Emerging Science and Technology
  • Streamlining your Research and Development Processes
  • Identifying & Overcoming Obstacles in R&D
  • Fostering an Environment for Fearless Innovation and Intellectual Growth
  • Measuring the Effectiveness of R&D
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) in R&D
  • Innovations and data science: How to make your digital strategy a reality

Besides numerous individual case studies, the summit is a great opportunity to network, meet valuable people and enjoy a few days in vibrant Berlin. For more information and to register please click the link below http://www.luxatiainternational.com/Events/rd-innovation-summit/

TRANSFIERE is the biggest professional and multisectoral forum of Spanish Innovation, in which participants can: Establish B2B contacts Transfer scientific knowledge and lines of technological research Show their innovative products and services Get to know the technological needs of Public Administration Seek funding for innovative projects

¡Ya está en marcha la KIMconference 2018, que tendrá lugar el 7 de febrero en Barcelona! En esta edición debatiremos sobre los diferentes modelos de redes colaborativas que existen en innovación. Profundizaremos en los ecosistemas de innovación: colaboración entre grandes empresas y startups, la intra-emprendimiento o nuevos modelos de economía colaborativa para dar respuestas a preguntas como: ¿Cuáles son los retos de conexión entre las entidades claves en innovación? ¿Qué problemas debemos afrontar en la colaboración entre start-ups, grandes corporaciones y universidades? ¿Qué herramientas e iniciativas están implantando los actores de este ecosistema para impulsar iniciativas de los propios trabajadores? Lo haremos a través de una jornada informal que contará con debates de calidad, diálogos y talleres, con un formato más dinámico y sin encorsetar. También la participación será uno de los ejes más importante de este evento. El horario del acto central será de 9 a 14h aproximadamente, y por la tarde habrá la opción de asistir a diferentes workshops (previa inscripción). Las empresas confirmadas son: HP, Repsol, YouNoodle, Danone, Hitachi, BlaBlaCar, Acciona, SocialCar, Aigües de Barcelona, Induct, Ship2b, PARC Barcelona y Cooltra. Este año queremos convertir la KIMconference en una comunidad de búsqueda de tendencias y fuentes de formación en innovación, que nos permita transmitir buenos contenidos y aprender con expertos de varios sectores, ampliando nuestra red colaborativa.

Alianzas de innovación: una nueva ruta al mercado

07 February, 2018 - 07 February, 2018

Barcelona, Spain

¡Ya está en marcha la KIMconference 2018, que tendrá lugar el 7 de febrero en Barcelona! En esta edición debatiremos sobre los diferentes modelos de redes colaborativas que existen en innovación. Profundizaremos en los ecosistemas de innovación: colaboración entre grandes empresas y startups, la intra-emprendimiento o nuevos modelos de economía colaborativa para dar respuestas a preguntas como: ¿Cuáles son los retos de conexión entre las entidades claves en innovación? ¿Qué problemas debemos afrontar en la colaboración entre start-ups, grandes corporaciones y universidades? ¿Qué herramientas e iniciativas están implantando los actores de este ecosistema para impulsar iniciativas de los propios trabajadores? Lo haremos a través de una jornada informal que contará con debates de calidad, diálogos y talleres, con un formato más dinámico y sin encorsetar. También la participación será uno de los ejes más importante de este evento. El horario del acto central será de 9 a 14h aproximadamente, y por la tarde habrá la opción de asistir a diferentes workshops (previa inscripción). Las empresas confirmadas son: HP, Repsol, YouNoodle, Danone, Hitachi, BlaBlaCar, Acciona, SocialCar, Aigües de Barcelona, Induct, Ship2b, PARC Barcelona y Cooltra. Este año queremos convertir la KIMconference en una comunidad de búsqueda de tendencias y fuentes de formación en innovación, que nos permita transmitir buenos contenidos y aprender con expertos de varios sectores, ampliando nuestra red colaborativa.

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