EPIST Brokerage Event

The event will take place on 13th of July, from 13:30 until 17:30, in the room UC5, University of Linz, Linz, Austria during the 10th International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs (ICCHP).

Participation in the brokerage event is free of charge. Participants are, however requested to register for the ICCHP 2006 CONFERENCE either for the day only or for the full conference duration (see link above). An exception is made for NMS and ACC participants that are interested in the EPIST brokerage only; these participants do not need to register for the ICCHP 2006 CONFERENCE.

The brokerage event is targeted at a wide spectrum of service providers, user groups, public authorities, research centres, SMEs and industrial organizations active in the fields of eInclusion and eHealth from the New and Old Member States and Associated Candidate Countries.

It offers a forum to exchange project ideas and to build partnerships by inviting organisations to give short presentations (5 min) on their organisations, their expertise and their project ideas with the aim to create consortia for FP7.

After the presentations there will be the possibility for one-to-one meetings and networking among interested organisations.

For further information and registration, please visit: www.epist.org

Registration to attend the brokerage event is possible until Monday, 10th July 2006 !

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