EU-US Matchmaking event in Hannover, Germany

Submitted by Lucia Seel on 05 March 2016

Explore new business opportunities with European and U.S. clusters at a matchmaking event in Hannover! On the 25th and 26th of April 2016, the European Cluster Collaboration Platform (ECCP) supported under EU COSME programme will organise in collaboration with the Enterprise Europe Network a thematic matchmaking event with the aim of promoting EU-U.S. cluster-to-cluster and cluster-to-business partnerships in various fields. Clusters with activity related to industrial automation and IT, energy and environmental technology, industrial supply, production engineering and services, as well as research and development, in EU and COSME participating countries are welcome to apply for benefitting of this unique opportunity. The whole set of topics can be found via this link: This event offers a chance for your European Cluster to develop collaborations with other participating clusters and their business members from Europe and the USA; thus, creating greater possibilities for your SMEs to grow through opportunities such as access to new markets or to new products and services. A call for expression of interest is hereby launched on behalf of EASME -The Executive Agency for SMEs and the European Commission services, to select a European delegation composed of 25 representatives from cluster organisations that are willing and committed to participate in a cluster matchmaking event in Hannover (Germany). Please download the full Call for the Expression of Interest and the Cluster Questionnaire and follow the indicated guidelines for application within the call for expression of interest. Expressions of interest to participate in this event must be submitted electronically by the 15th of March 2016 to Mrs Camille VIDAUD (c.vidaud [at] If you have questions regarding the event please contact:

  • Mrs Camille VIDAUD (c.vidaud [at]

For the expression of interest and registration visit our webpage dedicated to this event:…

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