OECD TRIPLE HELIX COMPETITION IN ALBANIA
OECD Triple Helix Competition in Albania
Final Project Presentations and Awards Ceremony
Innovation – Partnership – Triple Helix
Would you like to know more about the most innovative ideas and project of Albania? Then come and join us for the final event and awards ceremony of the OECD Triple Helix Competition in Albania on the 9th of February!
Did you know that companies’ productivity increases by 43% after introducing a new product, and by up to 67% after an organisational or marketing innovation?
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) South East Europe Regional Programme is organising a final ceremony event of the Triple Helix Competition in Albania, with presentation of the best innovative projects and a networking buffet to exchange views and ideas. Launched in 2015, the Competition was a breakthrough for the Albanian innovation eco-system where more than 25 representatives of private, public and academic institutions got together, developed ideas and partnership models and the OECD supported their initiatives! Come and learn about some of them!
Coming to the event would provide government officials, academics, donors and private sector representatives with the opportunity to learn about the latest innovative ideas currently being developed in Albania. Shortlisted applicants of the Competition, along with their partners, will be presenting their idea and give birth to innovative projects through consortia of business, academia and public sector actors. Through this project the OECD aims to support the Albanian Government in creating an environment conducive to business-academia-government co-operation for innovation development, the Albanian companies realise and reap the benefits of knowledge commercialisation and the Albanian academia fully exploit its research potential.
When: Tuesday, 9th of February 2016 at 13:00
Where: Harry Fultz Institute, Tirana
We would be glad to have you participating in our event, listening to the views of the Competition participants and contrasting them with your own ones! Further information on the project and details regarding the best applications can be found in the Draft Agenda.
Do not hesitate to contact Mr. Panagiotis Barkas / Panajot Barka (Panagiotis.Barkas@oecd.org) for any further enquiry.
We look forward to meeting you in Tirana!
Partners in the Competition:
|Ministry of Economic Development, Tourism, Trade and Entrepreneurship of Albania|
|Harry Fultz Institute|
Co-funded by the European Union