[Event Announcement & Call for Applications] ECCP matchmaking mission in Thessaloniki | 13-14 September 2017, Thessaloniki, Greece
The European Cluster Collaboration Platform (ECCP) would like to invite you to its 10th Matchmaking mission in Thessaloniki, Greece, between the 13-14 September 2017, taking place in the context of the Thessaloniki International Fair. We think this event could be of specific interest to you as you are active in at least one of the focus sectors of the event.
During this event, you will have the possibility to:
- Meet other clusters from all over Europe active in the focus sectors during a cluster matchmaking event;
- Take part in thematic workshops (TBD)
- Visit the 82nd edition of the Thessaloniki International Fair, with booths specialized in creative industries, agroeconomy, tourism, etc.
If you are interested in taking part in this mission, please read the call for expression of interest and send your application with the filled questionnaire electronically to Morgane Veillet Lavallée (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Marc Pattinson (email@example.com). The deadline for submitting your application is the 20th of July 2017 at Midnight CET.
This call is published on the European Cluster Collaboration Platform ECCP and expressions of interest to participate in this mission must be submitted electronically by midnight (CET) on the 20th of July 2017 at the latest to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please, find more information on the mission and how to submit your expression of interest further below.
Applicant clusters will be informed in the best delays on the results of the selection and an official. confirmation on the business trip and details will follow. This call is addressed to cluster and network organisations that are interested in engaging in cluster collaboration with European and COSME- eligible countries in areas such as creative industries, multimedia, circular economy, e-gaming, smart city and mobility industries as well as the automotive industries.
Clusters operating outside these fields should duly motivate their application towards a reserve list to be decided in due time.
Participation of Cluster organisations involved in European Strategic Cluster Partnerships Going International (ESCP-4i) is strongly encouraged.
Up to 50 % of the places may be available for cluster organisations that are members of an ESCP-4i.
Applications from key south east European cluster networks and programmes are encouraged (such as Interreg, Adriatic-Ionian, Western Balkan and Black Sea and Central East Europe...).
Source and further information: ECCP