WEAR Sustain Events
A series of local events will take place across Europe during the project’s first Open Call. During April and May this year, in the lead up to the Call 1 competition to fund up to 24 projects, with a competition deadline of 31st May 2017.
If you are unable to attend a local event and are seeking a collaborative partner, please visit our Online Network.
To see events from Open Call 1 please click here.
To see Webinars from Open Call 1 please click here.
Events and webinars for Open Call 2 will be announced in due course.
A list of other relevant events is located below.
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Following the tradition of the three preceding editions in 2008, 2011 and 2014, the conference will provide an outlook on major innovation trends in the Personal Protective Equipment sector in Europe. Topics covered by internationally recognised experts: - Smart materials and connected wearables: consumer trends impacting the professional markets - Sustainability: Circular economy concepts and recycling of PPE - Digitisation: the impact of new ways of engaging with the customers and digital innovation in the supply chain Expected Audience: 200…Find out more »
In 2017 WT | Wearable Technologies went into the 11th year with the conference in Munich! It has become THE meeting point for global professionals involved in this field of technology. This is the 2017 B2B2C event for the entire wearable ecosystem. On top of the conference stage, WT has an extensive exhibition area which features companies from every market segment, therefore offering you the ideal networking experience. Date to be confirmed. More Information: https://www.wearable-technologies.com/events/wt-wearable-technologies-conference-2018-europeFind out more »
Webit.Festival Europe is the leading event for digital economy and technology in Europe with special focus on the Central and Eastern Europe and the untapped potential of the region. The event gathers 5100+ people from over 90 countries. More information: http://www.webit.bg/2018Find out more »