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In the framework of INTERREG ADRION project BLUE_BOOST, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) active in traditional and emerging sectors of Blue Economy in Friuli-Venezia Giulia Region are invited to join the 2nd Blue Scenario Workshop focused on Sustainable mobility in coastal and inland waters in the area of maritime transport.

The 2nd Blue Scenario Workshop - organised in cooperation by MARE Technology Cluster FVG, ARIES and the Central European Initiative-Executive Secretariat - is taking place on Friday 22 February 2019, from 14-16:30h, at the headquarters of MARE FVG (Via Callisto Cosulich 20, Monfalcone).

The workshop will focus on eco-design, electric propulsion, dual fuel, and gas, with the support of expert speakers representing both innovative companies and research stakeholders (Navalprogetti, University of Trieste, Cluster Lombardo Mobilità, and Repower Italia).     

This event, along with previous one on the topic of boatbuilding (held on 15 February 2019) and upcoming one on coastal protection (in February 2019), is part of the BLUE_BOOST coaching path, where “Blue” MSMEs have the chance to identify, discuss and address specific innovation challenges in their business sector. Moreover, they will be presented with further possibilities offered by BLUE_BOOST, in particular a transnational Call for innovation vouchers that will allow for co-developing innovation projects with Innovators and Knowledge Providers. More information about the Call will be presented during the Scenario Workshop.

In order to join this event, please send your confirmation by 21 February via e-mail to: promo@ariestrieste.it.


BLUE_BOOST is funded under the Interreg ADRION Programme. It aims at stimulating, coaching and funding innovation within traditional and emerging Blue Economy sectors in the Adriatic-Ionian region. It is intended to enhance territorial cohesion among 7 ADRION maritime regions of Italy, Croatia, Albania and Greece, and to boost quadruple-helix potential through an open source, knowledge sharing, and community-based approach, resulting from cooperation between MSMEs, new innovation agents and RD&I bodies.

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