Join us for an information regarding the mission on Thursday, January 25th from 3:00pm – 3:30pm AST! Click here to register for the webinar.
WHAT: The Smart Grid Innovation Network Canada (SGIN) and Bioindustrial Innovation Canada (BIC) are partnering to offer a diverse program and collaborate on a learning and trade mission to the EU.
WHERE: France, Belgium, Netherlands, and Sweden
WHEN: March 18-26, 2024 (with options)
TO INCLUDE: This week+ long mission will include options to attend:
We are also exploring additional sites that would be of interest to those in the energy, cleantech, and bioeconomy space.
This mission is a uniquely collaborative and tailored event for Canadian organizations seeking to understand the European market, explore trade and partnership opportunities, and network with like-minded leaders in the Benelux and Nordic regions.
This is a jointly coordinated mission given the collision of opportunities that cross the spectrum of energy, electrification, decarbonization and bioeconomy pillars. As a result, we anticipate significant cross collaborations.
*The site visits will depend on delegate interest, however, we are currently exploring the following options and seeking your input:
Participation in any of the listed agenda opportunities is completely voluntary. Costing for participants is based on category:
*BIOKET Conference: Registration for BIOKET will be supported at a discounted rate through a third partner organization Innovation Development Trois Riviere. If you are interested in attending BIOKET please contact Meaghan Seagrave (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the discount procedure.
For Canadian SMEs, there is funding support through SGIN that will cover:
For NGOs there is funding support through BIC that will cover:
To express your interest in joining this mission, please complete the form below:
Questions? Please reach out to Jenn Bowes – email@example.com.
The opportunity for the Smart Grid Innovation Network Canada to lead this mission was made possible thanks to CanExport Associations Funding which is provided by the Trade Commissioner Service of the Government of Canada.