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PROGRESS-TT expert group prepare capacity building strategy for Technology Transfer professionals

Contributed by: ASTP-Proton

Sixteen Technology Transfer experts got together for a one-day workshop organised by the PROGRESS-TT project in Brussels last month. Together they brainstormed the content of a pan-European Capacity Building Strategy (CBS) for Technology Transfer Professionals.
The CBS is intended to help build capacity within Technology Transfer Offices with the greatest potential to grow and to support decision makers involved in technology transfer to implement a successful commercialisation strategy for their organisation.

The Brussels workshop was the first of a series of exchanges with the group of experts which will lead to the production of the final CBS later in the year.

PROGRESS-TT - Public Research Organisation GRowing Europe through best practice SolutionS for Technology Transfer - is a three-year initiative funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 643486.

The project consortium, led by Pera Consulting (UK) Ltd, brings together nine highly qualified international partners, representing the complete value chain of Technology Transfer practitioners. They are: ASTP-Proton, DSM Nutritional Products, Fraunhofer MOEZ, Knowledge Innovation Market, MI.TO Technology, Philips Intellectual Property & Standards, University of Bologna and VTT Ventures.

For more information, please contact:
Chared Verschuur-Ballo
Dissemination and Exploitation Manager, PROGRESS-TT
Email: info@progresstt.eu
Website: www.progresstt.eu
Twitter: @progresstteu

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