Conference in Podgorica

Faculty for Information Systems and Technologies of University of Donja Gorica and Chamber of  Economy of Montenegro organize the first conference within the “NEXT- A collaborative platform to support research and technology transfer” project, funded by the IPA Adriatico program of the European Union. The Conference is dedicated to improving of creative resources and capacities of national companies and research institutions for utilization of resources from EU funds for innovation support. The Conference will take place from the 2nd to the 4th of April 2014 under the working title “Education, science and business – Joint potentials”. The first day of the Conference will be held at University of Donja Gorica, while the second and the third day of the conference will continue at the hotel “Maestral”. If you are interested, please confirm your participation by Wednesday, 26th of March 2014 (contacts: 020 210 130, 020 410 777 – e mail: mkokovic@pkcg.org and next@udg.edu.me). agenda NEXT Project Funds are aimed at providing expert support to Montenegrin research institutions and companies and at usingavailable EU funds dedicated to the innovation and technology transfer, through the definition and application of economically profitable innovative models of business as well as applied research. Since the countries in which the project is implemented are regionally connected and, at the same time, are at very different levels of success regarding the use of EU funds, a series of educational meetings will be organized where different experiences will be shared and specific solutions for companies, in terms of introducing innovations that have a real chance to get financial support, will be proposed. Creation of a special on-line platform for productive linking of science and business is focused on establishing a creative base for the commercialization of scientific research results. The initial ideas will be formulated and transformed through the intense cooperation, into specific proposals for introduction of optimal innovation from the perspective of reducing the cost of doing business in companies and the speed of the return of investment that will improve their market position.  

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