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Upcoming Webinar for Policy Makers

last modified Jun 09, 2016 11:25 AM
Invite for Policy Makers to attend a Webinar on 'Facilitating Co-creating in Living Labs: The JOSEPHS study'. 1 July 2016 at 11.00.

The Cambridge Service Alliance is pleased to invite policy makers to a Webinar in which we will present the final result of the NEMODE project 'Facilitating Co-creation in Living Labs: The JOSEPHS study'. We will discuss factors that enhance co-creation in living labs and the role of the living lab, industry and community as active participants in the innovation process

Upcoming Webinar for Policy Makers

Topic: 'Facilitating Co-creating in Living Labs: The JOSEPHS study' 

Katharina Greve, Veronica Martinez, Julia M. Jonas, Andy Neely and Kathrin M. Moeslein

1 July 2016 @ 11.00hrs GMT (UK time)

If you are planning to join our webinar, please contact .

The presentation will take place at 11.00am UK time on Friday 1 July 2016, with a 20 minutes presentation and 10 minutes for questions.  

We would like to acknowledge the support of NEMODE in this research.

 

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