DEEP.Com – dissemination and exploitation of EU projects: Transition to Commercialisation

Wednesday 2 February 2011

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deepcom meetingKA4 (dissemination and exploitation of results, and exchange) multilateral project, Lifelong Learning Programme – first international meeting held in Vienna, Austria the 10th- 13th January 2011.

Since 2000 a vast variety of LLP projects have been developed under the Socrates, Leonardo da Vinci, Grundtvig, Comenius and Transversal Programmes. A total of more than 4,5 billion Euros has been spent by the Commission on these projects with the aim to let EU project results become direct contributions to the advancement of the EU economy.

DEEP.Com aims to enhance the number of the LLP projects being successful – in the meaning of commercial success – assisting project managers to make contact with potential users, by utilizing existing bodies e.g. trade unions, teacher and trainer associations, chamber of commerce, industrial bodies, SMEs, ministries and HR organization on one hand and by translating project results into marketable products on the other, functioning as a business platform linking EU projects to professional associations and companies around Europe offering appropriate online services and training for EU project coordinators.

The project will therefore contribute to strengthen the image of the EU as an economy generator.

DEEP.Com will firstly enhance publicity of EU project results, linking the project world directly to the business world and secondly it provides hands-on services for commercialization for project managers, guiding them through the process of transition.

The partnership is composed by: Business Club Austrialia (AT), Znam I Moga (BG), Iberika (DE), Motivacio Foundation HU), Mereyside Expanding Horizons Limited (GB), Dacorum CVS (GB), Pistes Solidaires (FR), Agency for European Project Management (CZ), ROC Midden Nederland (NL), UBW Unternehmensberatung Wagenhofer Gmbh (AT) and CESIE (IT).

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