This is a FREE two-day virtual event that will introduce the Green Deal call for proposals and present insights and expectations from the European Commission, while offering a unique international networking and matchmaking experience to forge winning research and innovation consortia. The programme will include presentations from the European Commission in all areas of the Green Deal call, and will provide a unique opportunity for applicants to pitch their ideas and expertise to leading research organisations, academia, SMEs and cutting-edge innovators from across industries. The virtual brokerage event will allow you to extend your international network and create strategic partnerships through scheduled one-to-one meetings. The event is open to SMEs, larger companies and research organisations in the European Union, and in Associated and third countries.
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Attendee matchmaking is more important than ever today. It was important prior to the pandemic to help assure attendees and exhibitors maximize their face-to-face F2F engagement at physical trade shows. Today, where most in-person events are paused and instead are happening virtually, meaningful F2F engagement is a major challenge. CEIR is a longstanding provider of objective research aiming to support the needs of stakeholders in the B2B exhibition industry. COVID is forcing stakeholders to evolve and innovate at a rapid pace in the quest to survive this health crisis. This joint initiative with Swapcard aims to provide insights that help organizers evolve their events and provide offerings to keep pace with the fast-changing business environment. A second white paper will be released in early that provides an update of how trends and uses have evolved.
Their idea is to help researchers with clinical background, now needed in healthcare, by supporting their research and application work. As COVID spreads throughout the world, public interest in epidemiology has increased significantly. At the same time, we are many in epidemiology who neither work clinically nor do research specifically on infectious diseases , and are therefore frustrated with not being able to contribute with our knowledge of epidemiological methods during this difficult time," he says. Through the initiative, clinical researchers that are short of time can be matched with researchers that want to contribute time and knowledge. The Public Health Agency of Sweden has also been contacted and offered assistance in reducing their workload if possible, and give them a buffer in case of sick leave.
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