A round table "Belarusian Business Cooperation Centre "EEN Belarus": New opportunities for organizations of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, SMEs in business, technology transfer and scientific research" was held at Belarusian Business Innovation Centre” EEN Belarus”.
Organizers of round table:
- Republican Centre for Technology Transfer (RCTT)
- Association of legal entities "Republican Confederation of Entrepreneurship" (RCE).
In the round table participated about 15 persons: Dr. Alexander Uspenskiy - Director of RCTT, coordinator of the project "Creation of the Business Cooperation Centre “Enterprise Europe Network Belarus - BCC EEN Belarus"; Mr. Vladimir Karyagin — Chairman of the Presidium of the Association of Legal Entities "Republican Confederation of Entrepreneurship"; Dr. Valery Hancharou - Director of "Center of System Analysis and Strategic Research of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus" (CSASR); representatives of departments of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Belarusian Chamber of Commerce, National Agency of Investment and Privatization, Minsk city executive committee, Minsk regional executive committee, National Information Office of EU programs for Science and Innovation at the Belarusian Institute of System Analysis and Information Support of Scientific and Technical Sphere (BelISA), representatives of subjects of innovation infrastructure.
During the round table discussion partners of the project BCC "EEN Belarus" informed participants about goals, objectives and services provided by Belarusian Business Innovation Centre "EEN Belarus" to organizations of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus and SMEs.
Mechanisms of interaction between the BCC "EEN Belarus" with Belarusian enterprises and organizations were discussed. The participants agreed that the interaction of RCTT and RCE with national partners will be carried out according to mutually signed agreements.
After the round table partners of the project BCC "EEN Belarus" (RCTT, RCE, CSASR, BelISA) discussed draft reports of consortium members and partners for 2015 and plans for 2016.