18/19.05.2017, Poole (UK)
European Maritime Day 2017
The Atlantic Area Programme will participate on the EMD 2017, this year under the theme “The Future of our Seas”
The Atlantic Area Programme will participate on the European Maritime Day 2017 (EMD 2017), 18-19 May in Poole, in the joint "Knowledge of the Seas" network stand with other maritime funding programmes and stakeholders (as the Central Baltic, France Channel England, Ireland Wales, South Baltic, Interreg 2Seas, Interact and the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions), to promote the funding opportunities to invest in maritime cooperation across borders.
The European Maritime Day is an annual event where Europe’s community of maritime professionals come together to exchange knowledge and forge partnerships. These two days event include a plenary and thematic sessions, workshops, B2B meetings and an exhibition stand. More information about the EMD 2017 is available on this website.
A booklet was produced to introduce the programmes that will participate on this joint exhibition stand.
Published on: 2017-05-15
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