Atlantic Cities capitalizes the European territorial dimension of Innovation ecosystems

Publié le 14 Jan 20

From July 2019 to December 2019, Atlantic Cities’ ecoRIS3 project partner has capitalized results achieved until now by the mean of communication and the dissemination activities to different audiences.

Firstly at the Atlantic Cities’ Bureau meeting at the Committee of the Regions premises in Brussels on 8th July 2019, the Atlantic Cities and Torino Metropolitan City have presented ECORIS3 project to a European public ranging from the Director of Interreg Europe programme to European Parliament research service as well as regional and local authorities and its representatives. Second, at the Atlantic Cities’ extended bureau meeting held in Cherbourg (France) in October 2019, the Atlantic Cities and The Cork Institute of Technology presented the ecoRIS3 project under the following topics: « Innovation Systems: industry, science and civil society» and «Public sector and innovation ecosystems».

Moreover we have invited our project partners to take part at the European Innovation week held in October 2019 in Rennes (France).

Apart from this, we have also took the opportunity to cross-fertilize projects, on the occasion of the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs Study Visit to Granada Health Technology Park, a project aimed at promoting entrepreneurship within an innovation framework based on the quadruple helix.

It is also worth to highlight the Atlantic Cities participation at the “Talent retention” seminar held in Kainuu (Finland) on 1st and 2nd  October 2019 were the Atlantic Cities took up the opportunity to present Atlantic Futures programme to the ECORIS3 project partners.

Furthermore, we were working on addressing our project partners’ opportunities at EU level trough the monthly newsletters and to EU youth through the IVY volunteer scheme focused on ecoRIS3 project.

And finally, we made public the ecoRIS project progress via the official launch of the project leaflet.

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