Don’t miss the #policylearning event in Milan organised by the Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform. The two day networking conference will be a unique opportunity to learn about the latest developments concerning the use of R&D results and open innovation, to share on how to better contribute to the competitiveness of SMEs and regional growth and to find out what the platform has in store for you.
19-20 October 2017 in Milan – Research & innovation and SME competitiveness
During the two-day events you will:
- Meet colleagues working with similar topics
- Hear about the latest EU-wide developments in your field
- Have opportunity to share experiences, learn from each other and collaborate with each other
- Test the services of the Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform
The events welcome Interreg Europe project partners, representatives of the managing authorities of the Structural Funds programmes and other policy actors working with any of the event topics.
Participation is free of charge. Places are however limited and allocated on a ‘first-come, first-served’ basis, so register now and start preparing for a new kind of #policylearning experience!
About the Policy Learning Platform
The Policy Learning Platform is the second principal activity besides the projects funded by the Interreg Europe programme. Our aim is to make the projects knowledge accessible and usable by other regions and to offer networking, knowledge sharing and policy learning opportunities to any interested region even without being partner in a project. We create a hub of information and services to facilitate continuous learning mainly among local and regional public authorities in Europe. You can learn from the experiences and solutions of your peers and benefit from the policy know-how of our experts. As our platform community grows, so will the pool of good practices and expertise in our four topics: research and innovation, competitiveness of SMEs, low-carbon economy, and the environment and resource efficiency. Join us today to exchange with the other policy makers in your field and access expert services, tools and information on how to improve the effectiveness of your regional development policies and programmes.