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Science Park seminar: How to grow your business in international markets
13th August 2013
Innovation-driven companies looking to grow their business in international markets can tap into the
advice and support of a major Europe-wide network at an Oxford Science Park seminar. The Park is
hosting the free seminar by the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) on Wednesday, September 11th
from 7.45am.
The Enterprise Europe Network offers a free service to innovation driven companies enabling them
to grow in international markets, including accessing European funding and finance, buying, selling
and licence technologies in Europe and beyond, and finding international partners for research.
It collaborates with more than 3,000 professionals in 600 offices across 53 countries in Europe and
beyond. 80,000 companies have received EEN support to finance their project, 55,000 companies
have promoted their business in its database, and more than 9,000 businesses have found
international partners with its support.
Enterprise Europe Network - An Introduction - Breakfast Meeting is on Wednesday 11th September
2013 and will by led by EEN’s Triin Udris.
Programme:
07.45 - 8.15 - Registration- Tea, Coffee, Bacon Sandwiches
08.15 - 08.45 - An Introduction to the Enterprise Europe Network
08.45 Close
Representatives of companies on Oxford Science Park and visitors are welcome to attend but
advance registration (by 6th September) is essential. For full details and registration visit
http://www.oxfordsp.com/news-seminar-news.asp
Science Park Business Development Manager, Ian Macpherson, says: “This seminar is targeted at
innovation-driven companies who’d like to identify organisations to work with in Europe and
connect with European private investors. It will also examine ways they can find users for their
technology, developers to collaborate with, and technologies to use in their business, and help
Identify organisations to carry out research projects.”
ENDS
NOTES TO EDITORS:
The Oxford Science Park
The Oxford Science Park, which comprises approximately 30 hectares/75 acres, is a joint venture
between Magdalen College, Oxford and Prudential
 The development concept is to provide a quality environment for research and business
activities.
 The Park aims to attract science-based companies with growth potential, whether start-up
businesses or research and development divisions of multinational companies.
 Situated within the city boundary, easy access is gained to the inner ring road via the A4074.
For further information contact:
Ian Macpherson
The Oxford Science Park
Tel: 01865 784 000
http://www.oxfordsp.com
For further details see www.oxfordsp.com
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