One-to-One Matchmaking

  • Enterprise Europe Network is organising a B2B matchmaking event on Wednesday 14 March, during Oceanology International 2018 and its associated event Blue Growth Update 2018.

    The FREE matchmaking event will give you the opportunity to meet potential business partners during pre-arranged 30 minute meetings and create real business development opportunities with exhibitors but also visitors, active in the maritime sector. You will be able to arrange meetings from the 19th of February until 12th of March and the agenda will be sent to you one week before the event with the exact time and location of your meetings.

    Register your interest

  • How do I sign up?

    1. When you decide to register your interest, you'll be asked if you'd like to register using your LinkedIn, Google accounts or email address. You can then select your type of participation at the show.
    2. Plan your attendance and choose which matchmaking session you would like to attend. We understand that there is a lot going on during the show so we have put together morning and afternoon sessions.
    3. Complete your profile so that participants can get a better understanding for what you are looking for and can offer. Once you've completed this step, you can start booking and accepting your meetings with other participants.

  • What is Enterprise Europe Network?

    Enterprise Europe Network helps your business innovate, grow and succeed in the European marketplace. It’s the world’s largest business support network, but free and simple to use with local contacts and insight across each part of the UK. Enterprise Europe Network is led by Innovate UK. Innovate UK's involvement means businesses can access a full suite of innovation and internationalisation support services from a single source. Along with Enterprise Europe Network, other brands within the Innovate UK 'family' is the Knowledge Transfer Network and Catapults.

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