Representatives of the University and Park integrate Anprotec's mission
The pro-rector of Innovation of Feevale University, Cleber Prodanov, and the Executive Manager of Feevale Techpark, Daniela Eckert, are attending, from September 17th to 29th, the 2017 Anprotec Technical Mission, heading off to Spain and Turkey. The agenda includes visits to technology parks, universities and business and innovation centers, where meetings with innovation system agents of the visited countries will be held.
In Spain, the delegates will have the opportunity to meet the country’s innovative ecosystem, one of the main European actors in policies to support entrepreneurship and innovation. There have been planned some visits to the Anadalusia Technology Park, in Malaga, and to the scientific and technological Park of Bizkaia, located in the town of Zamudio. In Turkey, in Istanbul, the delegation will attend the 34th Conference of the International Association of Technology Parks and Innovation Areas.
Prodanov’s intention is to take the occasion to sign a cooperation agreement between the parts of Feevale University and the Spanish University of Malaga, which is a result of a mission of Gaucho Community Universities Consortium held in October last year. ‘We also want to broaden partnerships with the Spanish technology parks, so that it may intensify the internationalization actions and offer opportunities to the resident companies of Feevale Techpark’, states the pro-rector of Innovation.
About the mission
The delegation of the mission, sponsored by the National Association of Promoting Entities of Innovative Enterprise, is made up by technological parks’ leaders, startup accelerators, coworking, high social impact business environments, incubators, funding agencies and ministries, State and municipal secretaries of CT&I, foundations for supporting research and entrepreneurs linked to technology parks and other innovative ecosystems.