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Circular Economy Across European Regions: Building New Collaborations Through Horizon 2020

Event details
Wednesday, 22 November 2017 at 9:30 am
Ambassadors Bloomsbury Hotel, Upper Woburn Place, London, United Kingdom
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This free to attend workshop is hosted by the H2020 funded project SCREEN (Synergic CirculaR Economy across European regioNs).

This free to attend workshop hosted by the H2020 funded project SCREEN (Synergic CirculaR Economy across European Regions) is organised in collaboration with the UK’s National Contact Point for H2020 for Societal Challenge 5 and the European Enterprise Network. It is aimed at attendees who are serious about applying and developing project ideas relevant to the forthcoming 2018 H2020 calls for Circular Economy. The event will be very interactive and specifically focus on brokering collaborations for H2020 proposals and offer support on proposal preparation and consortium development.

Please note: There are limited places at this event. In order to achieve a balance of expertise, places will be allocated according to the information provided on the registration forms. We reserve the right to limit attendance to one person per organisation if necessary. Your place will be confirmed within 10 working days.

The morning includes an overview of the SCREEN project as well an introduction to the forthcoming H2020 Circular Economy calls. In group exercises delegates will have an opportunity to team up with potential collaborators and brainstorm proposal ideas for the forthcoming calls topics covered by the event. The afternoon continues with advice on proposal templates and evaluation criteria and in another group session, attendees will have an opportunity to develop their proposal idea further, focusing in particular on the expected impact.

Other events of interest
There is a workshop on the 21 November, also hosted by SCREEN at the same venue entitled ‘Circular Economy across European regions: Synergies and Complementarities.’ Please note: Registration is separate.
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