'Europe, let's cooperate!' has a special project dimension in 2019. In addition to the main event on 10 April, we follow up with a tailored exchange of experience programme reserved for representatives of Interreg Europe projects on 11 April.
During the day, the project representatives will have a chance to network and exchange experiences with each other. Moreover, bringing together representatives from all projects from four different calls provides the participants an excellent opportunity to share their best solutions for project management and activities during the entire project cycle. While the newcomers will be able to find answers to the questions they might have about the project journey that lies ahead, the more advanced projects can lead by example and spread inspiration.
This exchange of experience event on 11 April is for Interreg Europe projects only. Projects from all calls (first, second, third, fourth) can participate and be part of the event. Please note that due to capacity constraints, only one representative per project (confirmed by the lead partner) can be approved.
Fourth call projects are also invited to join the lead partner seminar on 9 April.
Moreover, on 10 April, we welcome regional policy makers, managing authorities, EU officials, and other stakeholders not yet involved in Interreg Europe projects to 'Europe, let's cooperate!' to learn more about the impact, power and potential of interregional cooperation.
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