International conference on Innovation Procurement by the Programme for Innovation Procurement (PIP)

A catalyst for transformative procurement practices and knowledge sharing

When: 19-20th March 2024
Where: Tour &Taxis, Bruxelles.

Why attend?

The forthcoming two-day Programme for Innovation Procurement (PIP) International Conference is  scheduled for March 19-20, 2024 in Tour &Taxis, Bruxelles. 

 It  promises to bring together public buyers, policy makers and companies to explore the untapped potential of innovation procurement. 

This event, organized in close collaboration with the European Commission and the European Innovation Council, offers a unique opportunity for attendees to delve into the theory and practice of innovation procurement.

What to expect?

The conference agenda is designed to provide attendees with a rich array of activities, fostering an environment for knowledge exchange and collaborative learning. 

Why is PIP Special?

Over the past seven years, the Programme for Innovation Procurement has emerged as a leading force in driving innovation procurement. With a validated methodology and over 100 innovative projects launched across various sectors, PIP has demonstrated the Flemish government’s strong commitment to innovation. The international conference, held during the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, provides a spotlight on this under-used innovation instrument.

Save the date for the Programme for Innovation Procurement International Conference and be part of a transformative journey in advancing innovation through procurement practices!

 

Stay updated on the latest developments and visit the official website: https://www.ewi-vlaanderen.be/en/events/innovation-procurement-conference

The event is part of the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the European Union: https://diplomatie.belgium.be/en/policy/coordination-european-affairs/belgian-presidency-council-european-union




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