Effective Innovation Management strategy for Horizon 2020 research projects
How to master and apply effective innovative management approaches for successfully implementing appropriate creative ideas that lead to new or improved product(s), service(s) or process(es).
Course Starts on 16th November!

Effective Innovation Management strategy for Horizon 2020 research projects

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How to master and apply effective innovative management approaches for successfully implementing appropriate creative ideas that lead to new or improved product(s), service(s) or process(es).

 

Why to take this course?

Any organisation involved in European Research Actions such as Horizon 2020 or collaborative research and innovation consortia need an appropriate mix of short term and long term innovation activities, large and small ones, to not only keep improving their current offerings so that they remain competitive, but also to ensure that they develop what they need to be competitive in the future. The key is finding an appropriate balance, and choosing an Innovation Management strategy that aligns with their organisation’s or consortium advantages and strategy (e.g. first mover or fast follower).

  • today 16 November 2017
  • room
    Science 14 Atrium 
    – Rue de La Science 14b, Brussels (Belgium)
  • EUR 250
    – EARLY BIRD fee (valid only for registration before 02 November 2017)
  • EUR 300
    – Regular participation fee
Effective Innovation Management strategy for Horizon 2020 research projects
Register
13:00 - 14:30
  • Removing the dust from Innovation Management
  • Master Horizon 2020 Innovation Management Strategies
14:30 - 14:45
Coffee break
14:45 - 16:00
  • Master Horizon 2020 Innovation Management Strategies (cont...)
  • Impress EC experts with your Horizon 2020 Innovation Management Approach

 

Course leader:

Nikolaos Floratos

European Commission Expert in Project Management of EU Projects and e-Accessibility services, Cyberall Access Ltd. Mr. Floratos mainly delivers courses on Successful Planning and Management of European Funded Projects as well as Effective Dissemination and Exploitation of European funded projects. He has also been engaged as expert from the European Commission on evaluating proposals requesting EC funding as well as reviewing EU projects since 2003 and he has managed so far more than seventy EU projects since 1997. He presents the most suitable mix as an EC expert and project manager with teaching experience. He has worked in six European countries and has cooperated and trained hundreds of individuals and organizations in successful proposal writing as well as project management of European funded projects.

 

Event Properties

Event Date 16 November 2017
Event End Date 16 November 2017
Regular participation fee €300.00
Early bird fee €250.00(Until 02 November 2017)
Location
Science 14 Atrium
Rue de la Science 14A
Science 14 Atrium
€300.00
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About Course promoters:

The European Academy for education and social research is an institution addressed at developing a better Europe through the knowledge sharing and a research based use of the Information and Communication Technologies. The European Academy for education and social Research achieves its education aim through the European Projects Academy. The social research, instead, is conducted through the My Europa platform that is based on the results of a research project of the European Projects Association.

The European Projects Academy is an educational programme created by the European Academy for Education and Social Research in collaboration with the European Projects Association. The courses are tailored to provide a collaborative and stimulating environment for leaning through in-class lectures, case studies and workshops led by professors, project managers, consultants and European affair advisors. Each course also includes individual work on My Europa platform (www.my-europa.eu), that is a web-based lifelong eLearning platform designed to develop European projects. The My Europa platform fosters the use of the Information and Communication Technologies in order to create a new generation of professionals able to use the European funds more efficiently, enhancing the absorption capacity of the involved stakeholders and lowering the overall costs of the entire lifecycle of European projects.


European Projects Association (EPA) is a politically independent nonprofit organization focused on research and development, innovation and internationalization of good practices in European Projects. The use of innovative information and communication technologies is a distinctive characteristic of this leading cooperation network dedicated to the European projects stakeholders. EPA supports the goals of organizations, experts and individuals with a complete set of ICT tools on My Europa platform and services that foster development, effective implementation and efficient dissemination of EU projects. EPA is a recognized innovative actor at the European level as a point in which knowledge and experience meet to create an ideal multimedia environment for the development of European projects.


Association Informo is a non-profit organization working to encourage employment through various forms of education, organization of seminars and consultations. As a non-profit organization, Informo acts with an aim to improve the life conditions of the citizens in various areas with a special attention to the youth and the unemployed.

In addition, Informo performs consultations in regards to preparation and implementation of projects which apply for national and international funding (EU, UN, and others) and the implementation and evaluation of projects financed by EU funds, providing information services on the EU options, and other consulting and educational services with international experts.

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COURSE LOCATION

Science14 Atrium, Rue de La Science 14b Brussels (Belgium)

Your address in the heart of Europe

 

At Science 14 Atrium, a prestigious workspace located in the heart of the EU district.

You will find the services you need to set up your address in Brussels and the office and meeting room facilities to effectively run your project.

You can quickly start your business and get pay as you go access to functional and flexible spaces for your meetings.

 

At Science 14 Atrium, powered by Halldis, you will also find the right contacts that will help you develop your projects.

The building brings with it an access to a professional network of companies, start-ups and entrepreneurs working closely with the EU Institutions.

Professionals are engaged in networking through regular events and receptions, training courses, conferences and seminars are also organized on a daily basis.

 

Through Halldis’ portfolio of serviced apartments, you can stay in a fully furnished apartment located centrally near the EU district each time you are in Brussels.

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