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Cyberwatching Webinar: “From research to market: promising outputs are not enough!”

Cyberwatching is organising the 11th webinar entitled “From research to market: promising outputs are not enough!” on 11th March 2020 at 11 AM CET. The webinar will provide tips and best practices to improve your project market readiness coming from the experiences of 3 H2020 projects: PROTECTIVE, GHOST and SMESEC.
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Industrial Technologies
Security
Fundamental Research
11 March 2020 - 11 March 2020
Pisa, Italy

Purpose and Scope:

Much effort of EU-funded projects goes into developing the technological aspects of products and project outputs. However, a corresponding amount of support activity is vital to bring those outputs to market providing an organic sustainability plan and an exploitation strategy.

Within the context of sustainability and exploitation, ‘Market Readiness’ is defined as the process by which a consortium ensures that their project outputs are ready to go to the market.

Research and innovation projects are usually set up to find a solution for a need. Early-stage exploitation planning should be a vital part of a project’s activities. To identify the timing for such a decision, a market-based mechanism is relevant.

Market-based mechanisms offer advantages to other regulatory approaches providing decision-makers with a holistic view of a project’s maturity in a simple way - with a single score. It offers decision-makers a faster way to assess, measure and support technology projects.

This webinar gives key advice to improve your project market readiness by sharing tips and best practices from three H2020 projects that are an example of advanced market preparation: PROTECTIVE, GHOST and SMESEC.

The webinar is free of charge. Register now!
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Y1S21UyQSvG7126yAw5hZw

Who should attend:
The webinar is open to all active CS&P projects that want to improve their marketing capabilities.

Key takeaways:
• Learn key factors for market-oriented exploitation
• Find out what profiles you need in your project team
• Learn the role of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) management
• Become part of our cyberwatching community.

Find the full agenda here: https://cyberwatching.eu/research-market-promising-outputs-are-not-enough

Keywords

market readiness level (MRL), cybersecurity, SMEs

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