Training

Join the training track sessions and meet the best start-ups, innovators, researchers and investors to connect & network.

Learn tips and tricks on patents and intellectual property rights, discuss technology transfers, pick up new pitching techniques and find out how to reach carbon neutrality.

Sharing knowledge is one of the aims of this event: do not miss the trainings scheduled over the two days of the summit.

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How it works

The Training Track is exclusively online. Couldn’t join us in Brussels? We got you covered! Sign up for our online sessions and sit back and relax! We will follow up with the connection details by the 20th November. What’s left for you? Check our sessions and Watch replay!

    24 November

  • Let’s Talk Patent

    Intellectual property protection is key in EIC projects. Its early detection and protection can facilitate the future exploitation of scientific results and give value to the resulting companies. This webinar session will try to explain to EIC beneficiaries what and how to patent, with a success case of an EIC beneficiary presented as well.

    Speakers:
    Elena Stefanova Tatarova, Project Coordinator PEGASUS Project; Bruno Miguel Soares Gonçalves; Luís Lemos Alves; Frédéric Marteau, Manager at the European Patent Academy of the European Patent Office.

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  • Managing your IP Portfolio

    The webinar will provide guidance on the available IP related services offered at EU level. It will provide a comprehensive mapping of the existing offer and will provide links and tips on where to look for support.

    Speakers:
    Valentina Grillea, Coordinator DT2Invest Initiative (Investment Programme on AI and Blockchain of the European Commission); Jörg Scherer, Managing Director and Founder of Eurice.

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  • Technology transfer: Do and Dont's

    Technology transfer is a key pillar of innovation, helping to translate research results into marketable products, accelerating business creation and stimulating further innovations. However, a successful transfer of technology requires a set of negotiation skills, technical knowledge and intellectual property management capacities.

    Speaker:
    Laura MacDonald

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