Event :: Registration eHealth Forum Athens is open - Call for SMEs to 'GET Funded & International'
12 - 14 May 2014, Athens
You can now register for the eHealth Forum, early bird fee applicable until the 31st of March. SMEs across Europe working in the eHealth sector are invited to apply for a free session on how to boost their growth and competitiveness.
Want to boost your growth and move to the next level of competitiveness? SMEs across Europe are invited to apply for a half-day 'GET Funded & International' session at eHealth Forum in Athens on Monday 12 May 2014.
Participants will have the opportunity to:
Interested in attending the 'GET Funded & International' session? Register here.
The closing date for applications is Friday 4th April 2014. If shortlisted, you will be invited to take part in a short telephone interview (15 mins) in the week commencing 7th or 14th April. Successful SMEs will be informed by Friday 18th April.
The 'GET Funded & International' session will be delivered as part of the EU-funded GET project (Global eHealth Transforming services). GET aims to help eHealth SMEs and entrepreneurs with high-impact sevices in order to boost their growth and move them to the next level of competitiveness.
More information about the session and the project on the GET website.
eHealth Forum 2014
Organised by the Greek Presidency in cooperation with the European Commission, the eHealth Forum 2014 brings together a High-Level eHealth Experts’ Conference on European Priorities, the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP AHA) – incorporating events and an exhibition, a meeting of the eHealth Network, the 4th EU-US eHealth Marketplace & Cooperation Assembly, and much more.
The event will provide a unique forum for the exchange of experience, good practices innovation and mutual support.
More info and registration: www.ehealth2014.org
Note that there is no charge to attend the 'GET Funded & International' session, although a fee applies if you wish to attend the wider events of the eHealth Forum.
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