IRC information and brokerage events at Systems 2004

August 9, 2004

Brussels, 06 Aug 2004

Members of the Innovation Relay Centre (IRC) network will offer a series of information and brokerage events during the Systems 2004 trade fair being held in Munich, Germany, from 18 to 22 October.

The trade fair presents innovative technologies and the latest developments and products in all major areas of information and communication technologies (ICT). The IRCs for Northern Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia, Stuttgart-Erfurt-Zurich and Romania will host the following events at the fair:
- 18 October: Cluster initiatives in the ICT sector in Germany and an introduction to the IRC and IRE networks;
- 19 October: European sources of funding which support the research and development of your innovative ideas in ICT;
- 20 October: Romania Day - the information technology scene in Romania;
- 21 and 22 October: International IRC brokerage events.

All events are designed to assist European companies, universities, research institutes and the public sector in finding partners for product or project development, manufacturing and licensing agreements, joint ventures or bilateral partnerships.

For further information, please contact:
IRC Stuttgart-Erfurt-Zurich
Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum
Tracey French
Tel: +49-711-123-4015
E-mail: irc-systems@steinbeis-europa.de

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