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Multinational High Technology Brokerage Event in Israel

A Multinational High Technology Brokerage Event, aimed at creating new business opportunities through collaborative R&D projects, will take place in Caesarea, Israel, on 4-5 July 1995.

Brokerage events are organized to offer companies and research institutes from the particip...

4 July 1995 - 4 July 1995
Israel

A Multinational High Technology Brokerage Event, aimed at creating new business opportunities through collaborative R&D projects, will take place in Caesarea, Israel, on 4-5 July 1995.

Brokerage events are organized to offer companies and research institutes from the participating countries the opportunity to meet potential business partners and to explore the possibilities for future R&D cooperation. The event is organized by the EUREKA programme in the framework of the bilateral Memorandum of Understanding on the promotion of cooperation in the field of industrial R&D signed between Israel and France, Austria, the Netherlands, and Portugal.

Participants will be provided with up-to-date market information as well as information concerning recent and future technological development in the following areas:

- Communications services and networks in hardware and software;
- Electronic sensing and monitoring in transport, environment, medicine and robotics.
For further information, please contact the Multinational High Technology Brokerage Event contact point in your country:

- Austria:
Mr. Herwig Renner
Bureau for International Technology Cooperation (BIT)
Tel. +43-1-5811616; Fax +43-1-581161616

- Israel:
Mr. Azriel Hemar
Office of the Chief Scientist (OCS)
Tel. +972-3-5170150; Fax +972-3-5106724

- France:
Mr. Gilbert Santini
ANVAR
Tel. +33-1-40178574; Fax +33-1-42660220

- The Netherlands:
Mr. Michel Simon
Senter, International Department
Tel. +31-70-3610311; Fax +31-70-3610355

- Portugal
Dr. Jose Isaac-Duarte
Junta Nacional de Investigacao Cientifica e Tecnologia (JNICT)
Tel. +351-1-605006; Fax +351-3950979