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Book Your Place For Info Session On Horizon 2020 As Key Investment Driver For Marine Sector

15th November 2017
Marine Institute headquarters in Oranmore, Co Galway will host the Horizon 2020 information session on Tuesday 12 December Marine Institute headquarters in Oranmore, Co Galway will host the Horizon 2020 information session on Tuesday 12 December

#Horizon2020 - The Irish Support Team for the Atlantic Action Plan, in association with the recently launched Horizon 2020 Work Programme for 2018-2020, will host an information session at the Marine Institute in Oranmore, Co Galway on Tuesday 12 December.

The inclusion of ‘blue growth’ as one of the 12 focus areas for Horizon 2020 represents an important opportunity to build on the marine and maritime sectors of the EU and contribute to the delivery of the Atlantic Action Plan.

The morning session of the event will focus on funding opportunities for the marine and maritime sectors under the new H2020 Work Programme, with NCPs present to highlight the main priorities and funding opportunities. David Murphy (AquaTT) will then lead a practical session on developing a winning H2020 proposal.

After lunch, the focus will switch to marine SMEs. Sean Burke from Enterprise Ireland will address the H2020 SME Instrument, and a member of the Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland (SBCI) will discuss access to low-cost, long-term finance for marine SMEs.

The day will conclude with breakout sessions with all NCPs present. To pre-book an NCP meeting please e-mail [email protected] before Monday 4 December.

Stakeholders can register online for morning and/or afternoon sessions. Spaces are limited, so please register early to guarantee your place.

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