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Webinar for Bosnia and Herzegovina applicants, June 02, 2020

EU4TECH PoC WB project held a webinar to support PoC applications from Bosnia and Herzegovina on June 02, 2020.

The webinar was delivered by the Key Expert 3 Dr. Davorka Moslavac Forjan and the Mentor for Bosnia and Herzegovina Vedran Šimunović. Anđela Pepić from the University of Banja Luka Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer Centre and Lejla Dizdarević from the University of Sarajevo Centre for the Development and Support of Scientific Research also joined the panel and welcomed participants.

The total of 13 participants from academia and SMEs had the opportunity to meet their local expert team, hear about the technical assistance project offers and get concise information about the application process, eligibility and evaluation criteria, and project implementation. The presentation was followed by Q&A session.

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