The developement of diagnostics, treatment and management to tackle the health challeges of the future
Date: 26 June 2018, Liverpool, UK
The Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) have teamed up with 2018 International Business Festival in Liverpool, a global marketplace for creating connections and doing deals. It brought together thousands of businesses from around the world for three weeks of events, networking and deal-making.
Taking place on International Health & Life Sciences Day of the festival the partnering event provided delegates with the opportunity to meet potential collaborative partners through facilitated face-to-face meetings.
It was a unique platform to share innovative technologies, initiate co-operation and to find new international business partners. Participants requested pre-arranged one-on-one meetings according to their interests, enabling you to make the most of the visits.
This Partnering Event was free and organised by the Enterprise Europe Network – the world’s largest business network for helping ambitious business grow internationally with over 3000 experts in more than 60 countries. It was an efficient and effective way of making initial contact with a large number of people over a limited period of time.
As the representative of the Transylvanian Mechanical Engineering Cluster (TMEC), Szende Mihálcz expeditiously attended in 4 meetings, which results are: 3 contingency to have cooperation (Michał Harańczyk, medical doctor – assistant at The John Paul II Hospital in Krakow, Carla Alvarez, public funding programs manager at Fundació TIC Salut Social and Olga Drachuk, associate professor, Department of Pharmacology, Ph.D. at National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Vinnytsya) and 1 membership agreement with Zoltan Antal research chemist – project manager, Ab Initio Research Services SRL-D from Sfantu Gheorghe, Romania.