Best practices in science-based incubators - Copenhagen, 7-8 December

October 26, 2006

Brussels, 25 October 2006

A conference on best practices in science-based incubators will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, on 7 and 8 December.

The theme of this year's event will be 'establishing public, private and academic networks around science-based incubators', and on the agenda are:

- establishing effective networks;

- providing tenants with access to venture capital and seed funds;

- how to create gazelles (high growth, knowledge-based firms);

- new incubation trends: privatisation and certification;

- internationalisation of incubation services and networks.

The conference will also host the award ceremony for the 'best science-based incubator' competition.

For further information, please visit: http:///www.science-alliance.nl/english/i ndex..html

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