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EIT Manufacturing - Newsletter 05/2019

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Highlights of April:

  • During the first EIT Manufacturing Partner Assembly, May 31, the partnership endorsed the Management Team to set up the EIT Manufacturing ASBL as a non-profit organization according French Law.
  • The second Partner Assembly of EIT Manufacturing will be held early in September
  • Huge progress is also being made in developing the EITM Strategic Agenda 2020 to 2026 and the EITM Business Plan 2020. during the strategic workshops held in every CLC and during the Calls for Proposal
  • The permanent CEO of EIT Manufacturing is Klaus Beetz former Interim CEO

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