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BONITA partners present technology transfer models at Baltic IT&T 2010

In the framework of the International Forum Baltic IT&T 2010: eBaltics on April 22 a seminar Research, Development and Innovations − To Facilitate ICT Export Growth of Latvia has been organised by Latvian Information and Communications Technology Association (LIKTA) in cooperation with Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA) and supported by European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

Seminar addressed ICT research priorities and strategy in Europe and Latvia, innovation and technology transfer models, export development and foreign market penetration prospects. Opportunities and barriers for ICT RTD in Latvia have been analysed and actions on national and European level for development of innovative technologies and solutions in Latvia have been proposed. Best practice and case studies of academic research institutions and ICT industry companies from Latvia and experience from other countries have been presented at the seminar.
In the seminar participated also several BONITA project experts. Dr.-Ing. Michael Boronowsky, managing director, TZI, University of Bremen from Germany presented innovation and technology transfer models for increase of competitiveness. Dr. Boronowsky talked about transfer of technology from universities to industries − what is transfer of technology, why transfer, what is successful transfer, how to describe and measure transfer, as well as about BONITA project and its results.
Jan U. Wicen, CEO, Aurorum Business Incubator from Sweden shared ICT research and technology transfer model and best practice − experience of Lulea Technical University and Aurorum Business Incubator. Jan U. Wicen talked about experience of Aurorum Business Incubator − BusinessLab (guided, systematic evaluation of business idea and the entrepreneur before decision of company formation) and incubator (ad hoc guidance to good business ethics through active coaching/counselling and access to wide business networks).

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