17 November 2015, Brussels
The event offers the opportunity to learn about the state of the art on demand-side innovation policy after a decade of experience and about what companies want the European Union to deliver in the coming years to make markets more innovation-friendly.
Conference attendees will come away with informed outlooks on future innovation policies in the light of the evidence and the context of the current policy orientation in the EU.
ThemesBioeconomy | Energy - EU (renewables, fossil fuels, SET plan etc.) | Environment - Earth observation | Health | Horizon 2020 | Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) | Innovation Union | New materials and new production technologies | Regions | Transport - Road