22.10.2018, Vigo (Spain)
INTERREG ATLANTIC AREA ANNUAL EVENT
"Blue innovation: main engine for sustainable growth in the Atlantic Area"
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government of the United Kingdom, as 2018 president of the Interreg Atlantic Area Programme, and the Managing Authority of the Programme have the pleasure to invite you to the Interreg Atlantic Area Programme annual event “Blue innovation: main engine for sustainable growth in the Atlantic Area”, due to take place on the next 22 October 2018 at Auditorio Mar de Vigo, in Vigo, Spain.
The main focus of this event will be the contribution of the Atlantic Area programme to innovation in the maritime economy, whether through its linkage with the Atlantic Strategy or by sharing the views, experiences and good practices of experienced speakers on this matter. It will be the opportunity to share know-how and the expertise in the area of blue innovation, gathering relevant stakeholders in the field of regional and maritime policy in the Atlantic Area to inspire and connect participants.
There will also be an exhibition where you can learn more about some of the supported projects that contribute to blue growth and innovation in the Atlantic Area.
Registrations by email: email@example.com until 16 October
On the following days, 23 and 24 October, it will be held in the same venue in Vigo, the 5th Atlantic Stakeholder Platform Conference (ASPC), where the Atlantic Area Programme will also have an active participation. Check here the ASPC draft programme.
Published on: 2018-10-10
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