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The event will showcase the opportunities offered by the Deep Tech Talent Initiative. As part of the networking, participants will be able to forge new connections, exchange ideas, and sow the seeds of future collaboration on the topic of “closing the skills gap in deep tech for a sustainable Europe.”
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The event will feature opinion leaders from the industry, education providers from the Nordics, Pledgers of the Deep Tech Talent Initiative, as well as representatives of the Swedish Presidency, the EIT Governing Board, and the European Commission. It will provide ample opportunities for organisations with an interest in deep tech to establish new connections.
The programme is the European Commission’s instrument to position Europe at the forefront of the new wave of deep tech innovation. Through the Initiative, the EIT, Europe’s largest innovation ecosystem, will train 1 million people in deep tech areas by 2025.
The European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) is an independent body of the European Union set up in 2008 to deliver innovation across Europe. The EIT brings together leading business, education and research organisations to form dynamic cross-border partnerships. These are called Innovation Communities and each is dedicated to finding solutions to a specific global challenge.  EIT Innovation Communities develop innovative products and services, start new companies, and train a new generation of entrepreneurs. Together, we power innovators and entrepreneurs across Europe to turn their best ideas into products, services, jobs and growth.
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