Bridging Regions in Europe

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SEE_INNOVA FINAL EVENT

“Bridging Regions in Europe”

Budapest (Hungary), 11-12

th

November 2014 h 9:00

Venue:

National Innovation Office, Budapest, 12 Andrássy street

Schedule

1st day – “Innovation - Bridging Regions in Europe

(11th November h 9:00-16:00)

Parallel Exhibition in the Hall

Flash of Genius Exhibition (posters of ideas launched by young researchers during the SEE_INNOVA project)

Host of the day (HUN) Mr Endre Spaller President of Hungarian National Innovation Office (NIH)

Moderators Ms Orsolya Szaplonczay (INNOSKART ICT Cluster) and Mr Akos Szépvölgyi

(Trans-danubian Regional Innovation Agency) 9.00 – 9.30

Conference room

Registration with coffee and soft drinks Press conference (organised by NIH) 9.30- 9.45

Conference room

Welcome to participants

Innovation and Start – ups – the growth potentials

(Mr Endre Spaller - President Hungarian National Innovation Office) 9.45 – 11.00

Conference room

SEE_INNOVA main results on AAL

Opening plenary session

Macro-Regional Dimension - Future trends of EU transnational programmes Mr Stephen Halligan (SEE Joint Technical Secretariat)

Elderly needs Box Promotional Tools - SEE_INNOVA end user approach Dr. Aurelia Curaj (Geron Foundation)

SEE_INNOVA Innovation Voucher - the model and experiences – broader strategy for regional growth

Ms Sara Pasquali (Marche Region)

Small Innovation Voucher – 5 minute pitches by SEE_INNOVA partners on the winning projects

- Marche Region (3 Small Innovation Projects)

- Clusterland (1 Small Innovation Project)

- Sofia Municipality (1 Small Innovation Project)

- Create-Net (1 Small Innovation Project)

- Innoskart: (1 Small Innovation Project)

- Geron Foundation (1 Small Innovation Project)

SEE_INNOVA - Joint Action Plan for innovation driven key players as a good starting point to think over the further transnational cooperation on AAL

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Hall encourage the participants’ informal meetings with the speakers

11.30-12.30 Conference room

EU strategies and actions for new challenges

Welcoming Remarks & Key note address (Introduction for the afternoon workshops) AAL within the H2020 – new challenges

Ms Agnes Divinyi (NIH AAL expert)

The EU strategy and actions to support the development of more world-class clusters. DG Enterprise & Industry HoU “Clusters & Emerging industries” presentation by Mr Peter Keller (HUN Cluster Development Office)

Worldwide Clusters - the respective potentials of Emerging Industries and Key-enabling Technologies within the ClusterPoliSEE and CluStrat findings.

Italian (Marche Region – Mr Stefano Recchi) and Hungarian (NTH Mr Bence Mészáros) project partners

12.00-13.30

Hall

Networking lunch eating & meeting 13.30-14.30

Workshop rooms

Afternoon Workshops in 3 parallel sessions

During these workshops active involvement and contribution of the participants is highly appreciated and encouraged. Please prepare questions for the speakers and be ready to add to the discussion your expertise.

1st workshop dedicated to Active Ageing as a challenge for EU

Mr Oscar Mayora (CreateNet expert), Ms Agnes Divinyi (NIH AAL specialist) Question to be discussed:

How to move forward from a Business-to-Business oriented AAL market to a more Business to Consumer oriented AAL market?

2nd workshop dedicated to networking and KETs

Ms Dorottya Pék (Active Balaton Cluster) and Mr Barnabás Málnay (eDIGIREGION project partner Hungary)

Question to be discussed:

Cross-sector collaboration of clusters has become a clear trend in the recent years –

companies need to find new markets, new value chains and industries emerge, societal challenges require a cross-disciplinary approach. How can cluster policy support crosssector collaboration?

How key enabling technologies can contribute to the implementation of Smart Specialisation strategies via networking?

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3rd workshop dedicated to AAL Best Practices

2nd peer review roundtable leaded by Nora Mack (Clusterland) and Domenico Pettinato (Marche Region) key innovation expert, involving all SEE_INNOVA partners Question to be discussed:

Givers’ Gain –Best Practices Peer Review Round Table

All participants (mostly SMEs and policy makers) get the opportunity for a 5 minutes introduction of their “AAL Best Practice”(hard timing rules)

14.30 – 14.45 Conference room

Summary of the workshops (5 minutes each) and opening the matchmaking events by moderators in cooperation with workshops’ expert

15.00 – 16.00 Hall

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SEE_INNOVA FINAL EVENT

“Bridging Regions in Europe”

Budapest (Hungary), 11-12

th

November 2014 h 9:00

Venue:

National Innovation Office, Budapest, 12 Andrássy street

Schedule

2nd day – “Clustering – Bridging Regions in Europe”

(12th November h 9:00-14:30)

Parallel Exhibition in the Hall

Clusters Exhibitions (the cluster participants can promote their clusters via roll ups and leaflets according to their previous coordination by INNOSKART ICT Cluster)

Host of the day (HUN) Mr Peter Keller NGM Cluster Development Office

Moderators Ms Orsolya Szaplonczay (INNOSKART ICT Cluster) and Mr Akos Szépvölgyi

(Trans-danubian Regional Innovation Agency) 9.00 – 09.30

Hall

Registration with coffee and soft drinks 9.30- 9.45

Conference room

Welcome to participants

Cluster Excellence - Silver as a new quality between the Bronze and Gold Ms Simone Hagenauer (ECEI Expert)

9.45 – 10.45 Conference room

The role of Clusters in fostering innovation

Opening plenary session

Cluster Developments – improving the competitiveness of SMEs in clusters Sebestyén Dóra (managing director, Unicomp Ltd.)

The potential impact of regional clusters on economic growth and innovation Mr Peter Keller (HUN Cluster Development Office)

Key Enable Technologies – the Competitiveness of the smart regions Ms Zita Zombori (Clustering expert)

Transnational Cluster Cooperation – the role of the National Cluster Associations Mr Gál Körmendy (Hungarian Cluster Association)

10.45 – 11.00 Hall

COFFEE BREAK

encourage the participants’ informal meetings with the speakers and SIV winners 11.00-12.00

Conference room

Morning Workshops in 2 parallel sessions

1st workshop dedicated to cluster excellence benchmarking

Simone Hagenauer (ESCA ECEI experts Austria) & Christoph Reiss-Schmidt (Clusterland) Question to be discussed:

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2nd workshop dedicated to Innovation & Networking as an opportunity for bridging regions

Ms Szonja Csuzdi (NIH National Contact Point Coordinator) & Ms Paola Baruchelli (CreateNet)

Question to be discussed: Collaborate to innovate

The barriers to – but also the opportunities for networking and its impact for

competitiveness. What competitive advantage do we achieve by creative partnerships? How can an SME benefit from networking?

12.00-13.30 Hall

Interclustering round table

Ms Zita Zombori (Expert in clustering) & Ms Orsolya Szaplonczay (INNOSKART ICT cluster)

Question to be discussed:

All participants (SMEs and cluster managers) get the opportunity for a 5 minute introduction and share of their best practices and ideas of interclustering (hard timing rules)

13.30-14.30 Workshop rooms

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