IEC Tehnopolis organizes a meeting of the project partners within the CROWDfunding project to mainSTREAM innovation (CrowdStream) on 16th and 17th April. The representatives of Tehnopolis Ratko Batakovic – the executive direktor, Vanja Zoric Sundic – the assistand of the executive direktor, Aleksandar Janicic – the manager for project activities and the entrepreneurial development and Djordje Brkuljan – the manager for program activities and entrepreneurial development attend the meeting. The representatives of the project partners: South Bohemian Agency for Support to innovative Enterprising (Czech Republic) , ConPlusUltra Ltd. (Austria), Pannon Business Network Association (Hungary), Union of Bulgarian Black Sea Local Authorities (Bulgaria), Styrian Technology Park (Slovenia), Technical University of Kosice, Faculty of Economics (Slovakia) and the University of Belgrade (Serbia) also attend the meeting.
During the meeting, the progress will be presented by each partner in the realization of the project activities within every work package in the final period, the evaluation of the activities will be also done and the plan of the remaining activities will be defined untill the end of the project.
The representatives of Tehnopolis presented the activities within the work package of the Pilot action, with special focus on the Final Pitching event which took place in Tehnopolis on 9th April, as well the information about the process of the crowdfunding campaign preparation.
An online educational platform www.pbn-elearning.hu which represents the project result, was represented at the meeting as well. The goal of the platform is building the capacities and knowledge in the field of crowdfunding. At the end of the meeting, the project partners presented the agenda of the final project conference which will take place on 19th May 2019 in Varna, Bulgaria.
The meeting is in accordance with the CrowdStream project whose partner is IEC Tehnopolis, which is funded by the European fund for the regional development (ERDF) through the „INTERREG DANUBE 2014-2020“ program.