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20 June 14 | Avilés-Asturias, Spain.

RIG Avilés. Fourth Meeting
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The fourth meeting of the Regional Implementation Group of Avilés (RIG) took place on June 20th at the Cultural Factory, in the city of Avilés. As in the previous meetings, this encounter encompassed relevant members and representatives from the triple helix regarding the creative sector in the region, including higher educational institutions, public authorities, individual entrepreneurs and associations, business centers and incubators.
Image - Picture Four main issues were dealt during this meeting. First, members made a review of the draft report of the Study Visit in Avilés in order to make final corrections. Second, an overview of good practices was presented to RIG members, which led to a lively discussion about some of them. Afterwards, a proposed structure for the elaboration of the Regional Implementation Plan was made followed by a debate about the way of collaboration and involvement of the RIG members, who commit themselves to collaborate in the elaboration of this plan. Finally, the RIG commented the organisation of 2 Study Visits of the members to successful incubators in Spain. Next RIG meeting is expected for September 2014.

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