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Idea Generation Camp

Event date: 06/13/2018 09:00:00 - 06/13/2018 16:00:00
Event duration: 7 hours
Venue: Victoria Hotel, Turngata 3, 1606 Fredrikstad, Norway.

Get together with other project developers for this one-day event which focuses on developing ideas and networks for future North Sea Region Projects. 

This event will equip you to create your own road-map to a successful North Sea Region project. Learn from established partnerships, pitch your ideas for future projects, and be inspired by the ideas of others.


Who is it for?

Whether you are a newcomer to the North Sea Region Programme or have previous Interreg experience, this event is for you. The aim of the day is to foster joint idea generation, enabling newcomers to connect with experienced members of our project community for joint project development.

To participate, you only need a project idea to bring forward – it does not have to be fully developed nor halfway there. You will receive inputs to develop the final concepts, find the right partners, and put together a strong application.

Your idea should fall within one of our four priority themes. Examples of relevant topics include circular economy,  climate change adaptation,  the energy transition, green mobility, innovation centering on the roles of SMEs or the public sector, and tackling the digital divide.

When and where

Date: This event takes place 9 am to 4 pm on 13 June 2018.  

Venue: Victoria Hotel, Turngata 3, 1606 Fredrikstad, Norway

Note: This event is organised ahead of the North Sea Conference, which also takes place in Fredrikstad and starts with an opening dinner in the evening of the same day.  

Cost: Participation is free of charge, however accommodation and travel costs must be covered by your project. > List of hotels in central Fredrikstad

Register by: 29 May 2018

Getting to Fredrikstad: Fredrikstad is located relatively close to the well-connected airports of Oslo and  Gothenburg. Travelling to Fredrikstad by train or car takes less than 2 hours from Oslo and less than 3 hours from Gothenburg.

Registration for Project Idea camp - 13 June 2018