17 Iul 2017

European Commission Representation in Romania organized in July the Sixth European Roundtable of colloquia series on „The Spirit of Innovation in Romania”. 2009 was declared by the Council and European Parliament European Year of Creativity and Innovation. Invited speakers at this event have addressed issues related to the decrease of the role that Europe plays in the international community of science and innovation and the implications of this research. The presentations were followed by a discussion session, questions and answers.

Gabor Varga – General Manager OSIM, Ionel Haiduc – President of the Romanian Academy, Stavar Iordan – President and CEO of  W.I.I.A.

Gabor Varga – General Manager OSIM, Ionel Haiduc – President of the Romanian Academy, Stavar Iordan – President and CEO of  W.I.I.A.

Niculae Idu Head of European Commission in Romania, Stavar Iordan – President and CEO of  W.I.I.A.
and Gabor Varga General Manager OSIM

Stavar Iordan – President and CEO of  W.I.I.A.

Alexandru Mironov and Iordan Stavar

Popescu Bogdan, Lucica Manole si Iordan Stavar

Participants :

– Dr. Niculae Idu – Head of European Commission in Romania
– Prof. Ionel Haiduc – President of the Romanian Academy
– Iordan Stavar – CEO and Founder of  W.I.I.A – Romania.
– Gabor Varga – General Manager OSIM
– Alexandru Mironov – journalist
– Rodica Culcer – journalist
– W.I.I.A. – Romania – Inventatori.ro – Iordan Stavar,  Lucica Manole, Bogdan Popescu
– Embassy  Suedia – Albert Kuller
– Embassy  Austria – Georg Oberreiter Ministru Plenipotentiar
– Embassy  Bulgaria – Petar Valov Ministru Plenipotentiar
– Embassy  Olanda – Hans G. Smaling Consilier
– Embassy  Polonia – Tomasz Mierzwa Secretar 1
– Embassy  Finlanda – Pekka Keloneva

The modern world puts emphasis on better use of knowledge and rapid innovation. It is therefore appropriate to extend a development, creative skills involving the entire company. In particular need of developing those skills and competencies that enables people to open to new ideas, to a knowledge society. Education and training are key factors in this process. European Year of Creativity and Innovation aims to address several areas, not only education and culture as well as others such as media, research, business, social and regional policy and rural development.

 

 

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