07
April
2017
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20:42
Europe/Amsterdam

ACTTiVAte first Consortium meeting

Last week, 30-31 March, took place the ACTTiVAte first Consortium meeting in Wageningen, Netherlands.

Fruitful meeting after presentation project accomplishments and overall status and discussion between ACTTiVAte partners of the next steps moving forward.

ACTTiVAte Consortium

 

ACTTiVAte Consortium has been created aiming for excellence and complementarities in the contributions of its partners. The expertise provided by the members and their leadership in their fields allows the consortium to cover a broad range of competences. That is why ACTTiVAte combines experience coordinating previous European projects as well as knowledge in clustering, competitive calls for SMEs, acceleration of innovative projects, training, technological research and impact assessment.13 partners comprise ACTTiVAte consortium 6 of which are clusters, 4 are RTDs (Universities or other research organisations), 2 are accelerators/facilitators and 1 is a SME specialized in impact assessment.ACTTiVAte has a good representation of Europe (2 countries from South of Europe (Spain and Portugal), 2 countries from North of Europe (Ireland and The Netherlands) and 1 country from East of Europe (Poland).

ID Consortium is ACTTiVAte's linked third party.

Our role in the ACTTiVAte project
  • Participation in WP1 “Project Management” providing support to the Project Coordinator (MAC) in Task 1.1: General coordination
  • Participation in WP7 “Communication, dissemination and sustainability plan” being responsible for daily communication and dissemination activities, as well as for providing advice in IPR, exploitation and innovation management issues.

If you want to know more about ACTTiVAte Consortium members, please click here.

The ACTTiVAte project will start publishing calls for proposals soon.

Do you have an innovative project with a focus on technology transfer between Health, ICT, AeroSpace, AgriFood sectors?ACTTiVAte offers direct funding to innovative SME projects.

For further information, please, contact us.