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eccpCall for Papers Deadline: 30th June “ECCP – European Conference on thermally and electrically Conductive Polymers and composites: from lab to market”| Alessandria, Italy, 8th-10th November.2016 




PROPLAST is launching the oficial Call for Papers (see the programme in attachement) to present during the internacional conference ECCP – European Conference on thermally and electrically Conductive Polymers and composites: from lab to market” in Alessandria.

Priority will be given to relevant case of Key Enabling Technologies Commercialisation, technology transfer, research activities at an advanced stage of development with a high potential of application.

Please send your applications for oral presentations and posters to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by June 30th 2016

hannover 2016







 On 25 th and 26 th April 2016, Pool-Net will participate an EU-USA Cluster matchmaking event, in the context of HANNOVER FAIR 2016, “THE WORLD´S LEADING Trade Fair for Industrial Technology”, with the aim to foster cooperation between clusters from Europe with clusters from USA.

This initiative represents a opportunity to explore possible common areas of interest for cooperation and complementarities, in terms of sectoral, value chain, and market focus of SMEs.

Commission launches 24 European Strategic Cluster Partnerships to boost SME internationalisation | Brussels, 8 th March 2016


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On 8th March, DG GROW (European Commission Directorate General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs) and EASME (Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises), launched an event “Clusters go international, which integrate 24 European Strategic Cluster Partnerships to boost SME internationalisation, as a result of the COSME call “Cluster Go International”. As also was launched the new European Cluster Collaboration Platform.


Materialix´s Consortium members integrates the ESCP-4i called WIINTECH 2020 (Worldwide Intercluster Initiative for New Materials and Processes focused on Clean Technologies) that accepted to keep working on the joint cooperation agenda without direct co-funding from the Commission. This partnership involve 7 european Clusters/business network: Plastipólis (coordinator), Pool-Net (Portugal), AVEP (Spain), PROPLAST (Italy), BUSINESS UPPER AUSTRIA Ltd (Austria), CCIS (Slovenia), VENETO NANOTECH (Italy).


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The main objetive of this partnership is to support the internationalisation of their SME members towards third countries beyond Europe, and to contribute to boosting growth, jobs and investment in Europe.





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