Israeli-Ukrainian Alliance took part in the second EU4Digital ICT Innovation networking event
The EU4Digital Facility held the second ICT Innovation networking event on 8 October. Israeli-Ukrainian Alliance was invited to join the event by the EU4Digital Expert Network as a key organization of the ICT Innovation ecosystem in Ukraine.
This year the event was held remotely in the form of a virtual session and was focused on the topic of Integration of business angels and venture capital (individuals and associations) into EU and global networks and their capacity building to increase digital SMEs’ access to finance in the Eastern Partnership region.
Several EU businesses, business angel and crowdfunding networks have been invited to the event. They presented their value propositions, plans and visions of possible cooperation in the EaP region.
ICT Innovation networking events aim to facilitate the establishment of EaP communities in the selected ICT Innovation policy areas.
In addition to creating networks in the region, it strives for the establishment of bilateral and multilateral bridges between the Eastern partner organizations and EU stakeholders to enable further sustainable joint activities and projects.
These events target a wide audience, including ministerial level representatives and agencies, associations and networks of relevant policy areas, ICT Infrastructure organisations as well as other ICT Innovation ecosystem actors.
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