The 2 days brokerage event for the Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing area of Horizon 2020 programme “BROKERAGE FOR HEALTH” was held 3 – 4 September 2018 in Oslo, Norway.

Co-organizers of the meeting were:

  • Health NCP Net project: Improving and professionalizing the Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing NCP service across Europe
  • Norwegian government’s agency for awarding grants for research and promoting research and science
  • Norwegian Government’s instrument for innovation and development of Norwegian enterprises and industry

National Contact Point for Research Programmes of the European Union (NCP – IPPT PAN) is one of  HNN2.0 project partners and Work Package “Brokerage Events” leader.

So far we have organised 3 BE in Brussels (2015, 2016 i 2017) Paris (2016), Zagreb (2017) and  Oslo (2018).

Brokerage for Health in numbers:

  • 216 participants
  • 31 countries
  • 22 flesh presentations during 2 sessions: (1)Better Health and Care and (2)Digital Transformation in Health and Care
  • 2 meeting rooms with 64 tables
  • 505 B2B meetings

The meeting was honoured by distinguished moderators and lecturers:

  • Kristin Danielsen, International Director, Research Council of Norway
  • Rebekka Borsch, State Secretary, Ministry of Education and Research in Norway
  • Amalia Irina Vlad, European Commission
  • Anne Kjersti Fahlvik, Executive Director, Industries and Technologies, Research Council of Norway
  • Alejandro Piris, coordinator of MoTriColor project

On the Brokerage for Health website you can find information on:

  • participants
  • organization types
  • countries
  • project cooperation interest/offer
  • business field
  • flash presentations

We are happy to had 18 participants from Poland with 7 flash presentations of which 3 were delivered on the plenary session in Oslo.

Thanks to the specific meeting formula – lunch-to lunch – and kind Norwegian evening hospitality participants had a lot of time for individual talks and meetings.

It was new and very good experience for us and HNN2.0 project.

Welcome to contact us.

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