The event ‘MariMatch - EUROPORT 2017’ will be held 8-9th November 2017 by Enterprise in Rotterdam (Holland). The event focuses on the Shipbuilding Industry, Engineering Equipment and Marine Technology as part of the international exhibition EUROPORT 2017 (7-10th November). The National Documentation Centre (EKT), co-ordinator of Enterprise Europe Network-Hellas, the Greek node of the largest international innovation and entrepreneurship network Enterprise Europe Network, is supporting Greek participants in the event.
EUROPORT is the biggest international exhibition for innovative technology and complex shipbuilding and as such is intended to meet the needs of businesses and research organisations which are seeking suitable international business partnerships as well as to update them on innovative technologies and promote result results available for use.
Those interested in participating in the event are requested to complete the relevant online application form and submit their profile (partner search for research programmes, search or offer for business proposals, and technological products) by 5th November 2017. Applications for meetings should be made between 9th October and 6th November. Profiles will be published in an online list and will form the basis for the organisation of meetings with prospective partners. Each participant will receive a personal meetings programme before the event.
Registration is free, but does not include the price of admission to the fair. Travel and accommodation are at the expense of participants.
For further information, contact the National Documentation Centre (Fani Lamprianidou, tel: 210 7273954, email: firstname.lastname@example.org , Dr. Christine Pascual, tel: 210-7273920, email: email@example.com).
Enterprise Europe Network-Hellas offers comprehensive business services in support of businesses with outward-looking and innovative policies in order to strengthen their competitiveness. Enterprise Europe Network-Hellas, in operation since 2008 and with the support of the European Commission, comprises 12 organisations (research and technological organisatons, business associations, chambers, development companies), distributed throughout the country, which facilitate businesses in gaining access to new markets, private and public funding, technology transfer, innovation management, alignment with European policies and participation in consultation on new policies.