Did you get approved to attend our next interregional cooperation forum 'Europe, let's cooperate!' in Malta on 22-23 March 2017? We gathered some hints on what you should do next.
1) Book your flights and accommodation
We recommend that your book your flights and accommodation as soon as possible. During the EU presidency period, the demand for hotels and flights in Malta is high.
See our practical information section to find some hotel deals and useful links.
2) Prepare for networking
A special networking area will be available during the whole event. If your goal is to find new partners, present your project idea or study the third call application pack with your partners, book a networking table and secure a place for your discussion.
3) Suggest a campfire discussion topic
If you are interested in hosting an open campfire discussion on a specific theme, such as interesting project methodology or something related to one of our programme topics, send us a message by 17 February.
4) Request for individual feedback on your project idea
During the event, 26 applicants have an opportunity to receive individual feedback on their project ideas from the joint secretariat. To book one of the 40-minute slots, you need to publish your project idea on our website and request for feedback via your account.
5) Have a look at other attendees
Find yourself and other participants on this page that will be updated as we approve new registrations. Soon we will add also a search option in order to make it easier to find people who are interested in the same topics as you and make connections already before the event.
You can complete your profile, upload an image and fill in additional information about yourself and your organisation by logging in the Interreg Europe community.
Join the discussion and find other participants online by using #europecooperates.
Not yet registered?
Are you interested in two days of learning, networking and inspiration? Planning to participate in the third call for project proposals? Register for 'Europe, let's cooperate!' now.
If you cannot come to Malta but are interested in interregional cooperation, make sure to register for 'Europe, let's cooperate online'. The online event, on 31 March, is an opportunity to learn more about project development, get inspired and network online.
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