Future Clusters: Connected, Digital, International
All enterprises and other parties interested in clusters and looking for partners in Lithuania are invited to B2B conference and matchmaking event Future Clusters: Connected, Digital, International. This international meeting will bring experts together and let you learn about international cooperation and important steps for creating future clusters, as well as provide excellent opportunities to present your business, build new partnerships for innovative projects and gather useful contacts.
Participation is free of charge. The event will have small limited number of participants to increase its effectiveness and make networking both easier and more in depth. Therefore, registration is required.
Enterprises, interested in presenting their business, activities and expectations for new partners in the pitch session, are very welcome to contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
16 July 2019
Conference moderator – Gytis Junevičius
|9:30 – 10:00||Registration and welcome coffee|
|9:30-9:40||Official Opening: Welcome|
|9:40-10:10||Internationalisation and supporting instruments Tautvydas Pipiras, Lithuanian innovation center consultant|
|10:10 -10:35||Lithuanian and European innovation capacity. Smart specialization and global perspective Artūras Jakubavičius, PhD, Head of Innovation support services at Lithuanian Innovation Center.|
|10:35 – 11:00||SME support after 2020|
Artūras Jakubavičius, PhD, Head of Innovation support services at Lithuanian Innovation Center
|11:00 – 11:30||DIH: stereotypes and alterations|
Mr. Sebastian Rynkiewicz „Metal Processing Cluster“ board member
|11:30 – 12:00||Science and business networking. Value for cluster members.|
Ms. Ilaria Massari REI – Reindustria Innovazione, general director
|14:30-17:00||B2B speed matchmaking and networking|
17 July 2019
|9:00-10:30||Visit to TOOLAS|
|10:45-12:00||Visit to LIC|
|13:30-15:00||Visit to MITA|
Event is funded by the project “Promotion and Development of Innovation Networking (InoLink)“. It is coordinated by the Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA) and is being implemented together with the Lithuanian Innovation Centre (LIC). This project is funded by the European Fund for Regional Development and its aim is to encourage companies to merge into clusters, to increase cluster maturity, to promote their growth and international collaboration.