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Eurostars@Knowledge for Growth 2020
Le 27 mai 2020

In the context of the Eurostars Calls (next cut-off deadline is 3 September 2020), the Enterprise Europe Network and the public funding agencies from Belgium, the Netherlands and Nordrhein-Westfalen (Germany) are organising the Eurostars Life Sciences matchmaking event in Ghent, Belgium, on May 27th, 2020.

This event is targeting companies and researchers active or interested in Life Sciences (including health, biotech, medtech and agrotech). Participants can apply to present their project idea, request or expertise via a short pitch. This offers you an excellent opportunity to find potential international partners (companies, universities, research institutions) for setting up joint research projects.

Prior to the pitching and matchmaking sessions, participants will have the possibility to learn about the latest services and funding opportunities offered to SME’s for cross-border research projects by the Eurostars and Interreg programmes.

For more details please check the event website: https://eurostars-knowledgeforgrowth-2020.b2match.io/.

The Eurostars Life Sciences matchmaking event is free of charge, but registration in advance with a full profile and marketplace description is necessary!

The event takes place on the day before the Knowledge for Growth conference, one of the largest conferences in Europe in the domain of Life Sciences. By scheduling the Eurostars event adjacent to this conference, participants will have the opportunity to attend several interesting presentations in the life sciences sector and network further with companies and research institutes active in the field.

Participants of the matchmaking can enjoy the Knowledge for Growth conference at a reduced price (40% discount on the general registration fee). Please note: the early bird fee is only valid until 5 March 2020!

Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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