Conference on best practices in science-based incubators, UK

October 11, 2004

Brussels, 08 Oct 2004

An international conference on best practices in science-based incubators will be held in Oxford, UK, on 9 and 10 December.

The main issues on the agenda will be:
- International cooperation between Incubators;
- International partnering with regions;
- Finding more 'second round' investment capital;
- Creating regional private networks around incubators;
- Announcing the 'best science based incubator' award winner 2004

For more information, please contact:
Sander van der Wal
E-mail: s.vanderwal@science-alliance.nl
Tel: + 31 70 358 80 60

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