On March 20 and 21, we met in Brussels with strategic actors at European level, both institutional and regional, and we took this opportunity to present the AYCH Project (Atlantic Youth Creative Hubs).
At the institutional level, we visited the European Agency for Small and Medium Enterprises and the European Committee of the Regions where we have made known the work that we are developing within the framework of the AYCH project and we have received strategic guidelines for a better implementation of the project. In this context, it is worth highlighting the contributions received by the Project Adviser Business Services (IRP) of the EASME (Executive Agency for Small and Medium Enterprises) in relation to the treatment of intellectual property within the framework of the prototypes developed within the AYCH project.
At the regional level, we met with various actors at national and regional level, such as the Permanent Official Representation to the European Union of Ireland and Spain, the “Atlantic Arc Commission” of the Conference of Peripheral and Maritime Regions of Europe (CPMR) as well as the regional delegations of the Basque Country and Galicia in Brussels. During these meetings, were also discussed opportunities for cooperation and creation of synergies of the AYCH project with other European projects and territorial initiatives.