MEET, MATCH AND COLLABORATE Cardiff, 7th November 2017
Find trusted partners in Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing at the H2020 Information Day
Did you know...? Although Brexit negotiations have begun, EU funding for innovation in the UK remains available at local, national and EU levels for the foreseeable future. The UK government has committed to underwrite all approved UK Horizon 2020 applications submitted before the date of the UKâ€™s actual departure from the European Union, including for projects continuing beyond that date. All non-UK Horizon 2020 consortium partners can therefore engage confidently with potential UK partners, safe in the knowledge that the latter will be funded to contribute fully to the conclusion of the projects in which they participate. See more on the Enterprise Europe Network UK Blog: https://goo.gl/Hb9qRH
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Horizon 2020 Information Day: Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing. Event Overview: Aimed at supporting collaboration in Wales, across the UK and in Europe, this information day will be promoting funding opportunities available for health, demographic change and wellbeing through Horizon 2020, the EU's largest research and innovation funding programme, with over 1 billion Euros earmarked for calls in 2018/2019. Researchers, businesses and policy makers alike can expect to hear keynote presentations from the European Commission, Innovate UK and the Welsh Government and have unique access to experts who will be sharing their expertise and knowledge on achieving success in Horizon 2020.
Delegates can expect: > Pointers and tips on achieving success in Horizon 2020 valuable insights on topics around health, demographic change and wellbeing to be funded by the EU in 2018 > An overview of the support available to develop applications > Brokerage sessions throughout the day in order to explore R&D opportunities and find trusted research partners for H2020 bids > Consortium building and proposal development on specific calls Hosted by the Welsh Government, Innovate UK, Enterprise Europe Network, and the Knowledge Transfer Network which aim to support collaboration across the UK and Europe. This event is free of charge, please register here:
Meet, Match and Collaborate at the H2020 Information Day: Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing.
Find potential partners through an online database to arrange meetings at the event.
Discuss your company, technology, requests and needs during your one to one meeting.
Build partnerships for collaborative H2020 bids, and projects in Societal Challenge 1.
Strategic Collaboration on a Global Scale Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) are organising the H2020 Information Day Match, 1-2-1 meetings offering opportunities for strategic collaboration on a global scale. The match sessions are designed to enable and encourage consortium building between delegates, and aid proposal development on specific calls. The 1-2-1 meetings will provide delegates with the opportunity to meet potential collaborative partners through facilitated face to face meetings. Â This is a unique platform to share innovative technologies, initiate co-operation and to find new collaborative partners. Participants can request pre-arranged one-on-one meetings according to their interests, enabling you to make the most of your visit to the H2020 Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing Information Day. Registration are made through an online platform which is quick and easy to use, simply visit*:
https://h2020-info-day.b2match.io/ Then, click to register, add your profile and request meetings with potential partners. Remember, the sooner you book, the sooner you will be able to connect with other delegates online. *Please note: You must register to attend Horizon 2020 - Health, demographic change and wellbeing Information Day before registering on the Match system to enable the activiation of your profile.
How it Works... Timings: 4 September 2017
Online Registration Opens
20 September 2017 Match Meetings Open for Booking 3 November 2017
Match Meetings Closed
4 November 2017
Recieve your Personal Schedule
7 November 2017
Attend your Scheduled Meetings
Online Registration and Submit ProďŹ le In your profile you can state what kind of technology/product/expertise you are offering/ requesting, indicate the type of partner/s you are looking for. Your profile is your business card, therefore please create a meaningfull profile.
Promotion of your ProďŹ le All published profiles will be extensively promoted by the organisers of this event and all participants will be able to view your cooperation profile.
Selection of Meetings Check which profiles are the most suitable and within a few minutes you will be able to identify future potential business partners and select them for meetings. You can also be booked for meetings by other participants which you will need to accept prior to the event.
Your Personalised Schedule A few days before the event you will receive your personal meeting schedule which can also be checked online. This meeting schedule gives information about the time, the number of the table and who you are going to meet.
At the Event At the Match registration desk, you will receive any updates to your meeting schedule, which will list the participant details and table number for each meeting. Please ensure you attend the meetings as scheduled. EEN staff will be on hand throughout the day for any enquiries.
Agenda 08:30 – 09:30 Registration 09:00 – 09:15 Morning Match Sessions* 09:30 – 09:40 Welcome 09:40 – 09:55 Welsh Government 09:55 – 10:40 European Commission 10:40 – 10:55 UK Government 10:55 – 11:10 Q&A session 11:10 – 11:30 Tea / Coffee 11:30 – 12:15 Support Landscape 12:30 – 13:45 Lunch and Networking 12:30 – 15:00 Afternoon Match Sessions* 13:45 – 16:30 Workshops
Workshops 13:45 - 16:30 KTN led - Societal Challenge 1: > Consortium building > Proposal development
13:45 - 15:00 & 15:15 - 16:30 NCP led - Societal Challenge 1: > Digital transformation in health care > Trusted digital solutions and cybersecurity in health and care
13:45 - 15:00 & 15:15 - 16:30 NCP led - Societal Challenge 1: > Personalised medicine
13:45 - 15:00 & 15:15 - 16:30 NCP led - Horizon 2020: > Participation, key legal and financial information
*Match (1-2-1) meetings must be booked in advance online. You will recive a meeting schedule prior to the event with details of the time and location for your individually selected meetings.
Venue Information Venue: Cardiff City Hall, Cathay Park, Cardiff, UK, CF10 3ND Tel. +44 (0) 2920 871727 City Hall stands in the heart of Cardiff. It is the centrepiece of one of the world’s finest civic centres, an area of impressive buildings, landscaped gardens and broad tree-lined avenues. With only 2 hours travelling time from London or Birmingham, Cardiff is easily accessible.
By Plane: Cardiff City Hall is easy accessible from the following airports: Cardiff Airport - 12 miles Bristol Airport - 50 miles London Heathrow Airport - 138 miles Birmingham Airport - 115 miles
By Train or Bus: There are regular trains and busses into Cardiff Central Station, which is only a few minutes’ walk away from City Hall. For information on train and bus times etc. visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or www.traveline.cymru
By Road: From the M4 motorway take exit 32 and follow signs to Cardiff City Centre (A470-North Road). After about 4 miles (before you see Cardiff Castle on your right) turn left into Corbett Road then right onto King Edwards II Avenue. For SatNav use: CF10 3ND
Parking: Some parking is available in the Civic Centre avenues surrounding City Hall on a pay & display basis. Alternatively further parking is available in the NCP car parks around Cardiff (www.ncp.co.uk). The closest to City Hall and within walking distance are: Cardiff Greyfriars NCP – CF10 3AD, Cardiff Dumfries Place NCP – CF10 3FN
Accommodation: There is a variety of accommodation available from budget to 5* hotels, many of them within walking distance of City Hall.
Hilton Cardiﬀ: Kingsway, Cardiff CF10 3HH (4 min walk from City Hall - 0.2miles) Tel. +44 (0) 2920 646 300
www.hilton.com The Angel Hotel: Castle Street, Cardiff CF10 1SZ (6 min walk from City Hall - 0.3miles) Tel. +44 (0) 2920 649 200
www.thecairncollection.co.uk/hotels/the-angel Holiday Inn Cardiﬀ: Castle Street, Cardiff CF10 1XD (7min walk from City Hall - 0.4miles) Tel. +44 (0) 8719 429 094
www.holidayinn.com Premier Inn Cardiﬀ City Centre: Helmont House, 10 Churchill Way, Cardiff CF10 2NB7 (7min walk from City Hall - 0.4 miles) Tel. +44 (0) 8715 278 196
www.premierinn.com Sleeperz Hotel: Station Approach, Saunders Road, Cardiff CF10 1RH (12min walk from City Hall - 0.6 miles) Tel. +44 (0)2920 478 747
www.sleeperz.com/cardiﬀ More information can be found at: www.visitcardiﬀ.com/wheretostay
Here are 10 reasons why you should participate...
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> Efficient and effective way of making initial contact with a large number of people over a limited period of time > Grow your network and build connections with potential partners and stakeholders > Promote your company profile with a specific offer or request > Make the most of your visit with a personalised meetingsÂ agenda - meetings take place outside of the conference sessions so you can make the most of your time > An opportunity to present, discuss and develop new projects > Examine collaboration, new projects and partnership opportunities > Valuable insights on topics around health, demographic change and wellbeing > Explore R&D opportunities and find trusted research partners for H2020 bids > Participation in matchmaking lead to deals and collaboration between delegates > Access advice and information from Business Support Agencies and support and follow-up after the conference from EEN staff.
Contact Us: For general enquiries and event information please contact:
For enquiries relating to the Match (1-2-1 Meetings) process please contact:
Marie Greaves, Swansea University
Anna Pearce, BIC Innovation Ltd
email@example.com +44 (0) 1792 602 481
firstname.lastname@example.org +44 (0) 1656 861 536
enterprise-europe.co.uk | @EEN_Wales
Information on the 'Match' meetings during the H2020 Information Day in Cardiff, 7th November 2017