Green Industry and ICT Matchmaking

Bilateral initiative facts

Promoter:
Research Agency(SK)
Bilateral initiative number:
SK-INNOVATION-BI001
Status:
Completed
Initial cost:
€5,828
Actual cost:
€5,828
Planned implementation period:
-
Initiative Types:
Matchmaking event
Partners:
Innovation Norway(NO)

Description

Innovation Norway, the donor program partner, is planning to organize a bilateral matchmaking event on 2 March, 2020 in Oslo. The event with the title Green Industry (GI) and ICT Matchmaking will aim at giving tangible examples of projects that would fit into GI area under the EEA and Norway Grants business development calls, informing about upcoming calls and organize matchmaking for development of project partnerships.

The matchmaking will be intended for the companies eligible for and aiming at participation in calls under the EEA and Norway Grants, registered in 14 countries. The Research

Summary of the results

Multilateral matchmaking event, organised by Innovation Norway, focused on Green Industry and ICT, took place on 2-3 March, 2020 in Sentralen Oslo, Marble Hall. The main target group were companies and institutions aiming at participation in the calls under the EEA and Norway Grants from countries implementing the business programme. 

There were registered 143 participants from 14 beneficiary countries at this matchmaking event. Three business participants were from Slovakia: Archee, E-Vision Systems and General European Innovation Group. Archee as a start-up dealing with renewable resources, gave a short on-stage (pitch) presentation at the event. All of them had an opportunity to meet at B2B meetings with other companies specializing in: 
- development and implementation of “greener production processes” using automatisation, digitalisation, robotisation of industrial processes and technologies;
- increasing efficiency of production and industry in general;
- innovative development of ICT products/processes/solutions; and
- development of environmentally friendly products/processes/solutions using ICT components.

Slovak participants managed to establish new contacts with Norwegian companies with the aim to develop bilateral partnership projects that would apply for the upcomming calls of the Bussines Development, Innovation and SME´s Programme. 

Information on the projects funded by the EEA and Norway Grants is provided by the Programme and Fund Operators in the Beneficiary States, who are responsible for the completeness and accuracy of this information.