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Launch of the ENRICH in the USA East Coast Centre

European Business and Innovation Centre Network (EBN) and the International Business Innovation Association (InBIA) are pleased to announce the official opening of the East Coast Centre in Boston, MA of ENRICH in the USA. The Centre, which is led by InBIA, will provide information and support services to EU innovators and researchers wishing to accelerate access and maximise growth opportunities in the US innovation ecosystem. The East Coast Centre joins the ENRICH network, which includes a West Coast Centre previously established in San Francisco.

Dr. Mary Kavanagh, the Minister-Counselor for Research and Innovation at the Delegation of the European Union to the United States of America and Mr Charles Ross, InBIA Interim President and CEO unveiling the sign of the East Coast Centre of ENRICH in the USA.

ENRICH in the USA provides high-impact research and innovation internationalisation support services to European researchers and innovators with a focus on accelerating access to the US market, and maximising collaboration and business growth opportunities. ENRICH also serves US-based entities interested in transatlantic research and business opportunities including identifying collaborative research partners, expanding into European markets, and accessing unique technologies/products developed by European innovators.

The Centre is located at the Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) in Downtown Boston and offers services through the ENRICH in the USA network such as bootcamps, innovation tours, matchmaking events as well as the provision of hot desks for individuals selected following competitive calls for applications that will be published at

Published on 12-10-2018 00:00 by Lana Blagojevic. 3189 page views

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