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Clarelisa Camilleri
Name Clarelisa Camilleri
Organisation  EBN
Job title EU|BIC Officer
Email clarelisa.camilleri@ebn.eu
Phone +32 2 761 10 94

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Clarelisa works in the EUBIC Services Department where she contributes to the management of the EUBIC Quality Trademark.

She is responsible for the annual data collection of questionnaires and assists in the elaboration of benchmarking reports. She also helps organise the annual EBN TechCamp, where incubation and acceleration practitioners from EU|BICs in Europe and beyond come together for mutual learning, experience exchange and enhancement of technical know-how; and the recently launched 2016EBN  Training Programme. Clarelisa is also active in the co-ordination and creation of EBN’s Technical Notes, which are concise and technical publications whose objective is to provide business support intermediaries with guided steps on how to adopt and implement the most updated and innovative methodologies to better support their entrepreneurs.

Clarelisa completed a Masters in Management at Imperial College London (2014) after achieving an undergraduate degree in History and International Relations (2012) from the University of Exeter.

Of Italian-Venezuelan nationality, Clarelisa was brought up in several countries among Latin America and Europe, making her very open-minded and able to adapt to any given situation. She is fluent in English, Italian, Spanish, French and advanced level Portuguese. 

Clarelisa works for EBN
Address
Av de Tervuren 168
Bruxelles
1150
Belgium
Website http://www.ebn.eu
Phone 32 2 772 89 00
Email info@ebn.eu
Clarelisa manages the following projects for EBN
Clarelisa is an expert in the following projects

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