Read Scandinavian CLC Newsletter December 2018
The December 2018 edition of the EIT Health Scandinavian CLC Newsletter is now online. Get current updates on new EIT Health Scandinavia Managing Director Erik Forsberg and EIT Health seeking new activity proposals for its Business Plan 2020 portfolio.
The Scandinavian CLC Newsletter December 2018 is now available online with headlines:
- A word from Henrik Cyrén, interim CLC Director EIT Health Scandinavia
- EIT Health Scandinavia names Erik Forsberg as new Managing Director
- EIT Health is seeking new activity proposals for its Business Plan 2020 portfolio
- Current opportunities for Incubators, Innovation clusters/offices, Accelerators, Universities and/or industry partners
- New Innovation Projects rules for Call BP 2020
- Three Scandinavian Innovation Days engaged many interested students in November
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