Information meetings regarding the Danida Market Development Partnerships
This news is redirected by The Secretariat for Development Cooperation at SCIENCE from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.
The 2017 call for proposals has been launched and in cooperation with good partners, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is inviting to information meetings about Danida Market Development Partnerships. In 2017, DKK 60 million have been allocated to Danida Market Development Partnerships in support of expectedly 6-8 partnerships. The application deadline is 15 September 2017.
Information meeting in Aarhus will be held on 22 June from 12:30-15:00 The meeting is organized in cooperation with Business Development Centre Central Denmark and will be held at their offices, Åbogade 15, 8200 Aarhus N. Please come at 12:00 for sandwiches and networking.
Information meeting in Aalborg will be held on 23 June from 9:30-12:00 The meeting is organized in cooperation with Access2Innovation and will be held at their offices, Rantzausgade 4, 1. floor, 9000 Aalborg, c/o International House. We will offer sandwiches.
Information meeting in Copenhagen/Kgs Lyngby will be held on 26 June from 13:00-15:30 The meeting is organized in cooperation with DTU and will be held at Skylab, Diplomvej, building 373A, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby. Please come at 12:30 for sandwiches and networking. Map to Skylab: http://www.skylab.dtu.dk/contact/find_us
Register to an information meeting by writing an email to firstname.lastname@example.org in which you indicate your name, organisation and email. Registration for the information meetings must take place no later than 16 June.
Danida Market Development Partnerships contributes to sustainable market development that promotes the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Focusing on SDG 8 the main objective is to promote sustainable local economic growth and employment in developing countries. The Partnerships programme features an innovative approach to involvement of the business sector and contributes to motivating and mobilizing investments from the private sector.
The point of departure for a partnership project is a business idea driven by one or more private businesses. The business idea must support the development objective. Danida support is provided to combine knowledge and resources from different actors with the aim to ensure wider development results. The programme thus promotes broad partnerships federating businesses, civil society organizations, knowledge institutions, business organizations and other non-commercial partners.
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