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3rd Meeting of the Focus Group In Knowledge Transfer and Innovation

The 31st of May Euromontana attend the meeting of the FG in KT&I third meeting. The agenda of the meeting included 3 sessions.

In the first session the lessons learnt from current examples of cooperation were presented by the Contact Point of the European Network for Rural Development in order to assess the future creation of the Operational Groups (OG) of the European Innovation Partnership(EIP) in Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability. The presentation of the findings was followed by a discussion about who and how should support operational groups and the key aspects for their success.

In the second session the preliminary findings based on the analysis of current experiences and examples of innovation broker were presented as well as the success factors for innovation brokerage that were later discussed by the attendants.

The third session was a presentation on “Future of Transnational Cooperation and INTERREG Programme” by Mr. Csaba Hende form DG Regio, which give the attendants some interesting points of the future INTERREG 2020.

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4 June 2013

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