Interreg Atlantic Area participates on the 8th edition of the Business2Sea/Forum do Mar'18
This forum under the topic "Sea Challenges 2030" brings together relevant actors acting on different domains of the economy of the Sea
On the next 14-16 November Interreg Atlantic Area is participating on the 8th edition of the Business2Sea/ Forum do Mar'18, taking place at Centro de Congressos da Alfândega do Porto, this year under the topic "Sea Challenges 2030".
The Interreg Atlantic Area participates on Workshop Tema 1 "Cooperação Luso-Galaica e no Espaço Atlântico" that will be held on the 15 November (9:30-13:00) to debate the importance of Interreg and cooperation in the maritime related activities and their impact on the territory. Click on this link to register on this workshop. The programme will also be present on the exhibition to promote our activities and funded projects.
Several Atlantic Area projects will also be participating on the following workshops:
»» KETmaritime - workshop "Transfer of Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) to the Maritime Industries", organised by INL - International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory and Fórum Oceano
»» CleanAtlantic and Oceanwise - workshop "Sustainable marine ecosystems and the circular economy in the Blue Growth", session2 "Marine litter and circular economy in the marine industry", organised by CETMAR
This 3-day event, organised by Forum do Oceano with the collaboration of CETMAR, aims to promote the dissemination of projects, studies and knowledge on the themes related to the Sea by holding several thematic conferences and promoting business meetings between representatives of Portuguese entities and foreign entities. It is also an opportunity to showcase Portuguese technologies, services and products related with the Sea.
This event is addressed to public authorities, companies, universities and R&D centers and associations, both national and foreign, active in different fields of the economy of the Sea.
Published on: 2018-11-13
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