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13 December 2016

The Netherlands Enterprise Agency ( encourages entrepreneurs and researchers in sustainable, innovative and international business to exchange knowledge with fo-reign countries. This month public private partnership opportunities on green technology research, elderly care and energy transition, including

Malaysia green tech
Malaysia green tech

Malaysia: participating in green sustainable technology

Focus on water solutions, bio mass and solar power

China: participating in elderly care

Special focus is on e-health

North Africa: participating in energy transition & mobility projects

Several projects are offered to participate in. Special focus is on waste energy.

Registration here

Africa energy transition
Africa energy transition

NOTE: Travel discount available for women entrepreneurs participating in Dutch ministry foreign trade missions. This special offer is valid until 8 March 2017

Last modified:08 May 2018 11.35 a.m.

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