The European Commission has launched a call for companies, entrepreneurs, organisations, national ministries or other industry stakeholders from Ukraine that can curate and host their own local events as part of the official EU Industry Weeks 2022. The events should be organised in January and February 2022.
EU Industry Weeks 2022 would like to include programme sessions that cover one or more of the following topics: green and digital transition, resilience, and youth in industry.
All organisers are free to structure local events in their preferred format and duration. These events can be virtual workshops, seminars, open doors (virtual plant/factory tour), business presentations, training courses, job and education fairs, and other events organised in partnership with other businesses, economic development groups and universities or training centres.
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