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First Big Science Business Forum Webinar - 23rd June 2020

BSBF International Organizing Committee (IOC) has made the decision to postpone the BSBF2020 event and have it re-scheduled and transferred to 2021 (from September 28th to October 1st).

In order to keep the momentum, the interest and the BSBF alive during this extended preparation stage, BSBF team will be arranging live, interactive webinars in the months to come up to the next Big Science Business Forum.

The first Big Science Business Forum Webinar will be held next June 23rd, 2020 from 09:30 to 12:30 CET, and it will be focused on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Big Science Market with speakers from European Commission, Big Science Organisations and the National ILOs. Speaker presentations will be available online after the webinar, and participants will be able to propose questions to speakers on real time.

 

First BSBF Webinar / Title: “COVID-19 Pandemic: Impact and Measures on the Big Science Market”

Date: June 23rd 2020

Time: from 09:30 to 12:30 CET

 

In this webinar, speakers will give information on:

- COVID-19 impact on next BSBF organization.

- Prospects for RIs from a European Policy Perspective

- Big Science Organisations measures for the COVID-19: BSOs initiatives dedicated budget and activities, support to industry and special procurement measures during this pandemic crisis.

- National measures to foster innovation and support industry during the COVID-19: National Organisations initiatives, dedicated budget, activities, feedback from companies, support to industry and special measures during the pandemic crisis.

You can find the registration portal for the first BSBF Webinar in the following link:

BSBF Webinar registration platform link

Speaker presentations will be available online after the webinar in this registration platform.

You can find the Agenda here:

We hope this BSBF Webinar will be of your interest.

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