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Arches innovation dialogue

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ARCHES aims to facilitate the dialogue between innovation stakeholders and EU decision-makers for a better exploitation of Europe’s diverse potentials. In particular, through the promotion of …

ARCHES aims to facilitate the dialogue between innovation stakeholders and EU decision-makers for a better exploitation of Europe’s diverse potentials. In particular, through the promotion of dedicated initiatives and events, we encourage the debate on specific topics and offer our public and private partners a better positioning on the European scene able to strengthen their profile and enhance their trans-European integration.

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  • 1. Innovation Dialogue ARCHES
  • 2. As a founding member of the Knowledge4Innovation (K4I) platform and its K4I Forum of the European Parliament, ARCHES is actively involved in the policydialogue on research and innovation. ARCHES
  • 3. In this specific context, ourpeculiarity lies in the ability to bridge the gap between Brussels and different European territories. ARCHES
  • 4. Aligning with the EU key priorities is a prerequisite for all local and regional actors willing to help achieve a more sustainable and competitive Europe. ARCHES
  • 5. Through the promotion of dedicated initiatives and events, we encourage the debate onspecific topics and offer our public and private partners a betterpositioning on the European scene. ARCHES
  • 6. Debate co-organised by ARCHES and ERRIN ARCHES
  • 7. Lambert van Nistelrooij, MEP, Member of the Committee on Regional Development, Member of the Delegation for relations with the countries ofSouth Asia, Chair of the K4I Forum of the European Parliament Governing Board ARCHES
  • 8. Keith Sequeira, Policy Officer, Framework Programme and Simplification, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission ARCHES
  • 9. Stephen Taylor, Director of Technology Transfer, AREA Science Park Trieste ARCHES
  • 10. Giancarlo Migliori, CEO of MrgoodIDEA, Italian Partner of Ocean Tomo ARCHES
  • 11. Nichi Vendola, President of the Apulia Region, with Renato Toffanin (2nd from right), President of ARCHES, and a delegation of researchers and entrepreneurs ARCHES
  • 12. ARCHES
  • 13. Edit Herczog, MEP, Member of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy andMember of the K4I Forum Governing Board (1st from right) and Anna Maria Darmanin, Vice President of the European Economic and Social Committee ARCHES
  • 14. Lieven Vermaele, Director of Technology and Development, European Broadcasting Union (1st from left), Philip Laven, Chairman of the DVB Forum and Marco Fiore, Project Manager at Elettronika Srl. ARCHES
  • 15. Pertti Jauhiainen, Project Officer, Future Networks, DG Information Society and Media, European Commission (1st from right) and Luigi Maria Aliberti, Business Development Manager, Rai Way ARCHES
  • 16. ContactsE-mail: toffanin@arches-centroricerca.orgE-mail: retoffanin@gmail.comSkype: arches02www.arches-centroricerca.org ARCHES

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