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Success through International Cooperation - Partnering event Future Match at CeBIT 2010

12.01.2010
Finding international cooperation partners and new solutions in information and communication technologies - this opportunity is provided by the 12th edition of the international partnering event Future Match at CeBIT 2010 in Hannover.

From 2rd to 6th March 2010 Future Match again offers a platform for companies, academic organisations and research institutions from numerous countries to discuss possibilities for technical cooperation and joint research projects in face-to-face meetings. Future Match is being organised by the Enterprise Europe Network. Additionally, the EU funded project PLATON+ supports the event by inviting re-searchers from Social Sciences and Humanities to participate and to discuss interdisciplinary cooperation.

Companies and organisations can register at www.futurematch.cebit.de providing a collaboration profile to the online catalogue and indicating the desired form of cooperation. Participants can search the catalogue for interesting collaboration profiles and request meetings with other potential collaboration partners. Registration is open from 1st December 2009 until 3rd February 2010.

All requests will be coordinated by the network partners and arranged in individual schedules for face-to-face meetings. The meetings will take place from 2nd to 6th March at the Future Match stand in hall 9, booth B22.

Nothing succeeds like success. The numbers from Future Match 2009 speak for themselves: Over 500 participants from 44 countries made use of the opportunity in over 1,200 prear-ranged face-to-face meetings to make contacts and to discuss a possible collaboration.

In addition to the partnering event, the Enterprise Europe Network offers its clients attractive exhibition spaces with broad support services directly at the Future Match stand.

Contact:

Annelies Bruhne
Enterprise Europe Network / Leibniz Universität Hannover
Tel: +49 511 762 5724
abru@tt.uni-hannover.de
www.futurematch.cebit.de
Nancy Smith
Enterprise Europe Network Hamburg - Schleswig-Holstein/ WTSH GmbH
Tel: +49 431 66666 865
smith@wtsh.de
www.futurematch.cebit.de
Further information:
Enterprise Europe Network
Launched in February 2008 by the European Commission, the Enterprise Europe Network offers its support especially to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Europe. All activities of the network aim at promoting innovation and competitiveness in Europe. The services offered by the 500 partner organisations in nearly 40 European and non-European countries include partner searches for technology and business cooperation, technology audits, advice on European regulations, current programmes and funding opportunities.

The partnering events organised by the network, such as Future Match, have proven to be a successful instrument for mediating international cooperation. They take place mostly at international fairs and offer exhibitors and visitors the chance to easily establish valuable contacts Europe wide.

For more information on the Enterprise Europe Network and the local contact persons please visit http://www.enterprise-europe-network.ec.europa.eu

Annelies Bruhne | Uni Hannover
Further information:
http://www.tt.uni-hannover.de
http://www.futurematch.cebit.de

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