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  • Upcoming Events | Enterprise Europe Ireland
    Webinar Technology Transfer Previous Next 14 03 2016 18 03 2016 Future Match 2016 at CeBIT Hannover Event overview Contact information register Enterprise Europe Network the world s largest business support network is organsing an international brokerage event Future Match 2016 14 18 March during the ICT Fair CeBIT in Hannover Germany Since 1999 Future Match has enabled enterprises and research organisations to find partners for international cooperation e g sales and licence agreements joint ventures subcontracting technology transfer or research development projects 283 companies and research organisations from 36 countries participated in Future Match 2015 and over 1200 bilateral meetings took place Why participate Get the latest information about ICT trends and innovations Promote your products technologies and know how Find a solution for your IT problem Find commercial and technology partners Discuss new project ideas Additional services Advisory services on intellectual property right IPR in ICT Advisory services on the European ICT research funding Thematic guided tours Further information and registration go to https www b2match eu futurematch2016 Further information How to register Please contact the event organisers for further information https www b2match eu futurematch2016 contact Event organiser website https www b2match eu futurematch2016 Latest News 2

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  • Upcoming Events | Enterprise Europe Ireland
    2nd Webinar IP in EU funded Projects Horizon 2020 9th International B2B Matchmaking at ECOBUILD 14th Future Match 2016 at CeBIT 23rd Webinar Technology Transfer Previous Next 23 03 2016 Webinar Technology Transfer Webinar Event overview Contact information register This webinar organised by the European IPR Helpdesk will make you familiar with key questions and aspects related to technology transfer Learning Objectives After the training participants should be able to answer the following main questions What is technology transfer and why is it important What actors or institutions are providing assistance in technology transfer How are technology screenings performed and why are they important In what ways can I manage risk before and during the technology transfer process How does technology licensing work and what types of licenses should I consider Speaker Axel Koch Duration 60 minutes presentation 15 minutes Q As Further details and registration go to IPR Helpdesk Further information How to register Please contact the event organisers for further information European IPR Helpdesk Event organiser website http www iprhelpdesk eu node 2624 Latest News 2 days ago Solving disputes online New platform for consumers and traders 8 days ago Horizon 2020 SME Innovation Associate Funding PhD recruitment

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  • Enterprise Europe Ireland
    Carbon Heat and Water Conference and Showcase 2016 09 March 2016 International B2B Matchmaking at ECOBUILD 14 March 2016 Future Match 2016 at CeBIT EVENTS CALENDAR December 2015 M T W T F S S 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 SEE ALL EVENTS PARTNERING PROFILES Browse our Europe wide database of partnering profiles using our search tool Search for SEARCH LOOKING FOR PARTNERS NEW PRODUCTS OR TECHNOLOGIES 9587 Opportunities in total 2705 Technology Opportunities 6754 Business Opportunities 102 Research Partner Opportunities LATEST TWEETS Tweets from https twitter com EENIreland lists een ireland SIGN UP Subscribe for FREE to receive our e alerts on the latest opportunities in Europe straight to your inbox Find out more FOLLOW US CONTACT US Enterprise Ireland Cork Chamber of Commerce Dublin Chamber of Commerce Local Enterprise Office Click here to find an office near you Latest News 2 days ago Solving disputes online New platform for consumers and traders 8 days ago Horizon 2020 SME Innovation Associate Funding PhD recruitment in SMEs 37 days ago

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  • Enterprise Europe Ireland
    Carbon Heat and Water Conference and Showcase 2016 09 March 2016 International B2B Matchmaking at ECOBUILD 14 March 2016 Future Match 2016 at CeBIT EVENTS CALENDAR April 2016 M T W T F S S 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 SEE ALL EVENTS PARTNERING PROFILES Browse our Europe wide database of partnering profiles using our search tool Search for SEARCH LOOKING FOR PARTNERS NEW PRODUCTS OR TECHNOLOGIES 9587 Opportunities in total 2705 Technology Opportunities 6754 Business Opportunities 102 Research Partner Opportunities LATEST TWEETS Tweets from https twitter com EENIreland lists een ireland SIGN UP Subscribe for FREE to receive our e alerts on the latest opportunities in Europe straight to your inbox Find out more FOLLOW US CONTACT US Enterprise Ireland Cork Chamber of Commerce Dublin Chamber of Commerce Local Enterprise Office Click here to find an office near you Latest News 2 days ago Solving disputes online New platform for consumers and traders 8 days ago Horizon 2020 SME Innovation Associate Funding PhD recruitment in SMEs 37 days ago

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  • Upcoming Events | Enterprise Europe Ireland
    7 March 1 30pm 3pm Seamus McAdams will facilitate a discussion with three business owners on their experiences of expanding their company internationally The event includes an introduction to the Enterprise Europe Network by Michael Tunney Head of Enterprise and will inform participants of the opportunities for Donegal businesses An AIB representative will outline the currency implications of trading internationally Speakers will include Seamus McAdams i2 Total Marketing Seamus is a market development and brand specialist with over twenty five years experience in providing unique marketing solutions to clients both large and small i2 provides hands on support to its key clients managing their marketing activities and providing strategic direction sales development market entry promotion and advertising supports Martin Eves Envirogyp Recycling Systems Ltd Martin is Managing Director of Donegal companies Enviro Grind Ltd Envirogyp Recycling Systems Ltd and Dynamic Screening Systems Ltd three businesses involved in recycling and reprocessing Martin is Chairperson of Cré the Composting Anaerobic Digestion Association of Ireland and local area development group ADoPT Malachi Eastwood Gartan Technologies Malachi set up Gartan Technologies in 2001 with partner Peter Cunningham Their pioneering rostering software addresses a critical gap in alerting Emergency Services about the availability of staff prior to emergency incidents Gartan s solutions have been implemented by services in Ireland the UK and Australia and they are planning to enter the US market in 2016 Brian Gallagher La Cuisine Brian is Managing Director of La Cuisine Cookware designers of cast iron cookware based in Kilmacrennan Co Donegal The company was established in 2006 and exports to 16 countries worldwide including USA Korea Holland The company exhibits each year at International Tradeshows in Germany and Hong Kong Elaine McHugh Customer Treasury Services A I B Elaine is a senior dealer in AIB Commercial Business Sales Dublin Elaine

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  • Upcoming Events | Enterprise Europe Ireland
    Event Donegal 8th Enterprise Europe Network Information Event Sligo 9th Export Its Easier Than You Think Cork 9th ITB 2016 International B2B Event for the tourism sector 9th International B2B Matchmaking at ECOBUILD 14th Future Match 2016 at CeBIT 23rd Webinar Technology Transfer Previous Next 08 03 2016 Enterprise Europe Network Information Event Sligo Council Chamber City Hall Quay Street Sligo Event overview Contact information register Join the Local Enterprise Office in Sligo for this free information event on Tuesday 8 March at City Hall Quay Street What is the EEN The Enterprise Europe Network in Ireland is a joint partnership between Enterprise Ireland Local Enterprise Offices Dublin Chamber of Commerce and Cork Chamber of Commerce The aim of the network is to open doors for Irish companies to develop new partnerships and access up to 60 international markets get advice on EU funding and support on bringing their innovative products and technologies to a global audience Learn more about the Network get some key tips from the Patents Office on protecting your Intellectual Property in the EU marketplace and get some practical advice from Susan Hayes the Positive Economist on how she used the Enterprise Europe Network to her advantage Further details and registration go to LEO Sligo Agenda 11 00 Welcome Event Open 11 05 PJ O Reilly Regional Manager H2020 EEN TT Licencing Enterprise Ireland Introduction to Enterprise Europe Network its services benefits 11 30 Marion Corrigan Patents Office Safeguarding your IP in the EU 12 00 Susan Hayes The Positive Economist EEN Participant Case Study on Business Partnering 12 30 Q A 12 40 Light Lunch informal networking Close Further information How to register Please contact the event organisers for further information Local Enterprise Office Sligo Email localenterprise sligococo ie Tel 071 9144779 Event organiser website

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  • Upcoming Events | Enterprise Europe Ireland
    City 7th Taking Your Business To International Markets Enterprise Europe Network Event Donegal 8th Enterprise Europe Network Information Event Sligo 9th Export Its Easier Than You Think Cork 9th ITB 2016 International B2B Event for the tourism sector 9th International B2B Matchmaking at ECOBUILD 14th Future Match 2016 at CeBIT 23rd Webinar Technology Transfer Previous Next 23 03 2016 Webinar Technology Transfer Webinar Event overview Contact information register This webinar organised by the European IPR Helpdesk will make you familiar with key questions and aspects related to technology transfer Learning Objectives After the training participants should be able to answer the following main questions What is technology transfer and why is it important What actors or institutions are providing assistance in technology transfer How are technology screenings performed and why are they important In what ways can I manage risk before and during the technology transfer process How does technology licensing work and what types of licenses should I consider Speaker Axel Koch Duration 60 minutes presentation 15 minutes Q As Further details and registration go to IPR Helpdesk Further information How to register Please contact the event organisers for further information European IPR Helpdesk Event organiser website http www

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  • News & Stories | Enterprise Europe Ireland
    of the Investment Plan for Europe We need to remove investment restrictions and create new opportunities for consumers professionals and businesses And the Single Market must keep up with the times innovative business models must be encouraged and welcomed into the Single Market Commissioner El bieta Bieñkowska responsible for Internal Market Industry Entrepreneurship and SMEs said The Single Market is at the heart of European integration If we are to restore citizens trust in the European project create jobs and build a competitive economy and retain an influence in the world we must unleash the full potential of the Single Market With today s ambitious and pragmatic strategy we focus on results In partnership with the European Parliament and Member States we must now ensure that these concrete actions are put into effect at maximum speed Europe has no time to waste to respond to its competitiveness challenges The actions agreed today will deliver results for Consumers The Commission will take action to ensure that consumers seeking to buy services or products in another Member State be it online or in person do not face diverging prices sales conditions or delivery options unless this is justified by objective and verifiable reasons The European Commission and European Consumer Centres frequently receive consumer complaints involving unjustified differences in treatment on grounds of nationality or residence SMEs and start ups Start ups contribute a lot to the economy but a number of entrepreneurs leave Europe because they can t bring their innovative ideas to the market Efforts are under way in the context of the Investment Plan and the Capital Markets Union to ease access to finance for SMEs In addition the Commission intends to simplify VAT regulation reduce the cost of company registration put forward a proposal on business insolvency and make all information on regulatory requirements accessible in a single digital gateway The Commission will also work on clear and SME friendly intellectual property rules and take the final steps needed for the Unitary Patent to become an attractive and affordable way for European companies including SMEs to capitalise on their ideas Innovative services The Commission will develop a European agenda for the collaborative economy New business models bring benefits to citizens and companies alike and help optimising the use of existing resources However questions arise whether existing regulations are still fit for purpose or whether new rules are needed At the same time we need to make sure that public policy objectives such as consumer protection are respected and tax and labour law complied with Professionals The Commission will improve the opportunities for businesses and professionals to be mobile across borders It will improve the recognition of professional qualifications and facilitate the cross border provision of business services construction and other services that generate growth Taken together these actions will make it easier for companies and professionals to access new markets allowing them to grow from small national actors into larger European players Supporting all this the Commission will work

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