We are waiting for you at the biggest innovation event of 2017, at our Innovative Finances workshop!

We are waiting for you at the biggest innovation event of 2017, The International Conference on Open Innovation 2.0, at our Innovative Finance workshop!

The workshop will take place on June 13, from 3:30 p.m., as you can find in the agenda of the OI 2.0 event, re-attached to this email. We will try to present you a collection of innovative financing tools for your innovative business ideas, namely: the European Fund for Strategic Investments, PREIMM, NEPTUNE, BISNET, private investment funds, etc. These are instruments that tend to support the development of the private environment and innovative companies in addition to or in the absence of grants.


OI2 DRAFT Program 2017, 30 May 2017


The International Conference on Open Innovation 2.0 was established 4 years ago and it has been held in Ireland, Finland and The Netherlands. The OI2 Conference has been attended by innovation experts, policy-makers, academic scholars, practitioners and individuals who are engaged in various aspects of innovation and entrepreneurship.

The fifth edition of the Open Innovation 2.0 Conference conference will take place in the picturesque city of Cluj-Napoca in the heart of the Romanian Transylvania region (13th -14th June 2017). The city is an IT and ICT hub with 11 Universities and several innovation and technology parks.
As usual, the high-level event on OI2 will be co-organized by different stakeholders – public and private bodies. By far, the co-organizers are the European Commission's Directorate-General CONNECT in the shape of the Open Innovation Strategy and Policy Group (OISPG); the European Committee of the Regions; Municipality of Cluj-Napoca; The Innovation Value Institute; ARIES Transylvania, MasterCard, the Innovation Value Institute and kindly supported by Dublin City Council.


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