SMEs in FP6

December 9, 2004

Brussels, 08 Dec 2004

Unioncamere and APRE, the Italian Agency for the promotion of European research, are organising, in collaboration with the European Commission, an information day on the role of SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprise) in the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6).

The event will take place in Rome, Italy on 14 January.

In the afternoon, a roundtable on Italian SMEs in the future framework programme will discuss FP7 issues.

For more information, please visit:
http:///www.apre.it/serviziapre/eventi/gi ornata.asp?id=645

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