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Who can become an EU BIC

EU|BICs fall into the wide set of business and innovation support organisations; incubators, accelerators, business service centres, science and technology parks, University technology transfer offices, chambers of commerce and industry, clusters just to name a few.

The identity of an EU|BIC, no matter the shape of the EU|BIC itself and its always-evolving patterns, has remained intact: the EU|BIC is and has always been the local entrepreneurial support centre endowed with a mission to create innovative companies and support the introduction of innovation/modernisation in existing SMEs of its catchment area.

The EU|BICs in the EBN community are diverse in their nature and their background, but all are compliant to the EU|BIC criteria. Some EU|BICs have been created as independent new entities, with their own legal status, while others have rooted themselves in larger organizations, which feel the need to serve the EU|BIC mission, such as Universities, Technology Parks, Science Parks, Research Institutions, Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Local and Regional Development Agencies.

For more information, contact the EBN EU|BIC Services Team

Name: Giordano Dichter
Job title: Head of EU|BIC Services
Phone: +32 2 761 1083
Email: giordano.dichter@ebn.eu
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Name: Clarelisa Camilleri
Job title: EU|BIC Officer
Phone: +32 2 761 10 94
Email: clarelisa.camilleri@ebn.eu
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Name: Nathalie Marchand
Job title: EU|BIC Officer
Phone: +32 2 761 10 84
Email: Nathalie.Marchand@ebn.eu
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Published on 05-02-2014 00:00 by David Tee. 2001 page views

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