Forum on Financing innovation and competitiveness -- 11 May, Marseilles

April 12, 2006

Brussels, 11 Apr 2006

A forum on financing innovation and competitiveness will take place on 11 May in Marseilles, France.

The event will have something for a variety of players. Innovative small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) will be able to find potential financial and commercial partners, investors will be able to identify innovative solutions and projects, and large companies will be able to develop partnerships with innovative SMEs.

The forum will involve meetings between players, presentations by entrepreneurs, investors and representatives from large companies, round tables and practical workshops.

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