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Local events under the umbrella of EU Industry Weeks 2022 cover a wide range of topics.
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Talent & Green Sector. Challenges and opportunitiesMadrid - Spain 10 February 2022 - 9:30am (GMT +01:00) Theme: The green and digital transition
Generation Spain will introduce you to some of the most in-demand professions in the green sector. Our local event will cover the issues and gaps existing in the Green Jobs labour market. EU companies are facing challenges to find skilled talent to meet their specific needs. This event will bring together the CEOs and HR Managers of key players in the green sector to share and discuss what is becoming a "war on talent", which needs to be addressed."
Online seminar on support measures "SME-innovative: Materials research"Potsdam - Germany 10 February 2022 - 10:00am (GMT +01:00) Theme: The green and digital transition
This is a Cross Cluster Session organized by the Metal Cluster, Plastics and Chemistry Cluster from Brandenburg, the Photonics Cluster Berlin Brandenburg and the division Industrial Production at Berlin Partner for Business and Technology GmbH. Strengthening innovation potential - The funding program KMU-innovativ: Materialforschung (ProMat_KMU) of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Germany is pursuing the goal of strengthening the innovation potential of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the field of cutting-edge research and making research funding based on the framework programme "From Material to Innovation" more attractive, especially for SMEs submitting their first application.In this context, we are offering an online seminar in which representatives from Projektträger Jülich (PtJ) will give a compact presentation of the programme and report on what to look out for when submitting an application. Afterwards, the participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and pitch project ideas in order to find potential collaboration partners.Due to the strong interdisciplinary character of this programme, the participating clusters have joined forces to bring together the players from the different sectors. Our aim is to provide first-hand information and to facilitate cross-border and cross-sector networking for future collaborations. The online seminar will be held in German.
Industrial leadership & future of the fragrance industry in France and Europe - Resilience, Green & Digital transitionGrasse - France 10 February 2022 - 10:30am (GMT +01:00) Theme: Resilience
Join us virtually in Grasse (France), the World Capital of Perfume! The fragrance industry supports the aims of the EU Green Deal to address the climate crisis and transform the EU’s economy for a sustainable future. The fragrance industry is a sector boasting cutting-edge innovation, with European companies leading the world in using state-of-the-art technologies and techniques to produce extraordinary scents that enrich our daily lives. The pandemic showed the resilience, ingenuity and adaptability of Europe’s fragrance industry. In the early days of the pandemic, fragrance manufacturers delivered vital products including hydro-alcoholic gels used in hospitals, care homes and elsewhere. They also played an essential role in the supply chain for sanitary, hygiene and disinfecting products when these products were most needed. The fragrance industry is also a valuable and distinctive expression of Europe's heritage and culture. From the lavender fields of Provence to Bulgaria’s Rose Valley, the fragrance also gives many regions their identity and is a source of prosperity and socio-economic local development. The skills developed in these areas are part of Europe’s rich history – and a key element of its innovative future. The pandemic highlighted the need to accelerate the transition towards a cleaner, more digital, and more resilient economic and industrial model, driving Europe towards sustainable competitiveness and looking ahead on Europe’s youth future. The 1st panel discussion (10:30-11:40 CET) will focus on the resilience of the fragrance industry, while the 2nd panel discussion (11:50-13:00 CET) will be on the green and digital transition for the fragrance industry.
Youth in Industry 4.0Zaporizhzhya - Ukraine 10 February 2022 - 1:00pm (GMT +02:00) Theme: Youth in industry
As a member of Industry4Ukraine platform, our Zaporizhzhia cluster “Engineering – Automation – Machinery” will organize the round table "Preparing Youth for Industry 4.0" on the 10th of February 2022, in Zaporizhzhia. This event will consider the challenges that our members, industrial SMEs have with attracting youth to manufacturing as well as topics of their skills to be prepared for Industry 4.0. This event should consolidate our position with State administrations, universities, startups and SMEs.
Energy savings in buildings: Czechia on the verge of renovation wavePrague - Czech Republic 10 February 2022 - 4:00pm (GMT +01:00) Theme: The green and digital transition
On 15 December 2021, the European Commission presented a recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive. This responds to the need to adapt to EU's more ambitious climate targets and builds on the "renovation wave" strategy, which aims to step up renovation efforts across the EU. In the revised Directive, the Commission proposes that new buildings should be zero-emission from 2030, while giving Member States the option to ban the use of fossil fuels in buildings, and no financial incentives should be provided for the installation of fossil fuel boilers from 2027. The proposal also supports the deployment of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles in buildings and modifies the rules for issuing energy performance certificates. What amount of energy cost savings can the renovation wave bring in the Czech Republic? What kind of support can be obtained for building renovation in the Czech Republic? Under what conditions will it be possible to use fossil fuels in buildings?
Good Practices in the Implementation of Taxonomy Regulation at Regional Level, Building Incentives for SMEs Towards The Circular EconomyPamplona - Spain 11 February 2022 - 11:00am (GMT +01:00) Theme: The green and digital transition
Virtual event on the green and digital transition.
SMEs and the European Union [FR]Albi - France 11 February 2022 - 11:00am (GMT -11:00) Theme: The green and digital transition
Session d'information pour les PME sur les programmes européens. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Information session for SMEs on European programmes
Youth and Industry 4.0Mykolaiv - Ukraine 15 February 2022 - 10:00am (GMT +01:00) Theme: Youth in industry
The event is aimed to consolidate the position of businesses (industrial giants, SMEs and start-ups), academia and local government on how to deal with the challenge of attracting youth to industrial high-tech & efficient ways of developing their competence for digital transformation and Industry 4.0. technologies. The event is planned to be offline (hybrid) in round table format and includes presentations and group discussions with the participation of leading industrial enterprises & SMEs, universities and colleges, regional government & city council, representatives of international network and cluster organizations.
Organic Production Day CelebrationKyiv - Ukraine 15 February 2022 - 3:00pm (GMT +02:00) Theme: The green and digital transition
Seminars and virtual trips to the factories, students competition of business ideas: "Healthy agromanufacturing is possible. Even due to limited resourses"
NATIONAL BUSINESS FORUM – SOFIA 2022Sofia - Bulgaria 15 February 2022 - 10:00am (GMT -11:00) Theme: The green and digital transition
Key issues: • Best Innovative Green and Digital Solutions for a Better Life, Health and Food. • EU "Global Gateway" Initiative. • EU Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy • Education and Industry - EU Green and Digitalized Young Generation. • EU Farm to Fork Strategy • European Funds and Programs Supporting the Green and Digital Transition of the EU Economy. Official speakers at the forum will be: 1. Ms Mariya Gabriel - European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth (pending confirmation) 2. Ms Cornelia Ninova - Minister of Economy of the Republic of Bulgaria (pending confirmation) 3. Mr. Erhard Busek - President of the South-East European Cooperation Initiative, former EU Commissioner and former Vice-Chancellor of Austria 4. Experts - representatives of the European Commission 5. Experts - representatives of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Bulgaria 6. Experts at the national and international level 7. Mr. Vesselin Halachev - Chairman of the Association for Assistance of Small and Medium Business - United Business Clubs Official guests of the forum will be representatives of European and Bulgarian authorities, mayors, ambassadors, representatives of universities, business organizations and others. The Forum issues are suitable for representatives of the following sectors of the economy: industry, digital technologies and artificial intelligence, tourism, renewable energy, construction, health, education, social responsibility, research, transport and more. After the event in Sofia, UBC organizes a national tour in 9 cities in Bulgaria, where with the support of local authorities will hold forums at a local level, with the participation of a team of experts on the above topics and video involvement of senior officials of the European Commission, European Parliament and the Bulgarian authorities. In the cities located at the Black Sea and the Danube river, one more topic will be discussed: EU Sustainable Blue Economy Strategy - Mission "Restore Our Ocean and Waters by 2030", where special participation will be taken by Ms. Eva Tzika (one of the authors of this strategy) - a representative of the European Commission.
Regional forum on circular economy of the industrial sectorMolina de Segura - Spain 16 February 2022 - 9:00am (GMT +01:00) Theme: The green and digital transition
With the help of the experts in Circular Economy assigned in the European Commission's Smart Cities Challenge, a web solution for the industrial sector will be evaluated that allows the improvement in waste management, as well as its efficient exchange between the companies in the Region.
IFAM, ROBOTICS and INTRONIKA 2022Ljubljana - Slovenia 16 February 2022 - 9:30am (GMT +01:00) Theme: The green and digital transition
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia is organizing the program for 16.2.2022 on the Forum part of the event. The topic of this sloth will be Industry 4.0 and Measurements.
Intellectual Property for the Green Tech and Digital Economy SectorsBrussels - Belgium 16 February 2022 - 9:30am (GMT +01:00) Theme: The green and digital transition
Intellectual property (IP) is an integral part of any successful and globally competitive strategy. Green and digital companies require more hands-on information on how IP applies to their company, product and innovation. The IP Helpdesks have organized this event in the EU Industry Week to provide companies active in green and digital industries with more information about the importance of intellectual property, what it is and how it should be approached in the context of internationalizing a business. With the use of examples, concrete tips and best practices participants will be able to make more informed and strategic decisions regarding their assets.
Good practices for COVID-safe Cultural EventsFoligno - Italy 16 February 2022 - 3:00pm (GMT +01:00) Theme: Resilience
A round-table discussion about organising cultural events that respect COVID-safe measures. Participants include partners of the Interreg Europe SHARE project, organisers of events based in Umbria, and an international expert in sustainable cultural events.
iTechStyle Talks® by CITEVE @ EU Industry Days 2022Porto - Portugal 16 February 2022 - 4:00pm (GMT +00:00) Theme: The green and digital transition
Boosting digital and green transition for Textiles & Clothing sector in Europe: what's next? The green and digital transition and the EU economic recovery should be built around the principles of competitiveness, market integration, corporate responsibility, sustainability, cohesion, circularity, environmental protecion and solidarity. This event will foster the dialogue on the pathways for building a greener and digital sectro and consequently create a more resilient T&C industry.