The 4th Business Innovation forum 2016 will be held on November 18-19, in Dilijan resort under the slogan “Armenia 20.18 – Armenia among 20 most innovative countries in the world by 2018.”
Today Mr. Hayk Chobanyan, Deputy director of the Union of Information Technologies Enterprises (UITE)- the organiser of Business Innovation Forum, Mr. Emil Tarasian, Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Investments of RA, Mr. Raffi Kasarjian, moderator of Business Innovation Forum, Mr. Ludovic Ciechanowski, International Aid/Cooperation Officer of EU Delegation to Armenia and Mr. Peer Priewich, Technical adviser of “Support to SME development in Armenia” (SMEDA) project, funded by the EU and BMZ and implemented through GIZ Private Sector Development in South Caucasus Programme, spoke about the forum during the meeting with journalists.
The two-day Business Innovation Forum is supported within the framework of EU4Business and EU4innovation initiatives. It is a unique platform for knowledge sharing and practical solutions, where the best experience of innovative development will be presented through thematic discussions, presentations and communication of participants and business discussions will be held with participation of stakeholders. The key topic of the discourse is the positioning of Armenia among the 20 most innovative countries in the world.
The representatives of the leading local and international companies will participate in the Business Innovation Forum.
The forum will focus on 4 main topics:
- Innovative Products and Services
- Business process development through innovation
- Knowledge and innovation for development
- A strategy to innovative economy
The conditions of Business Innovation Forum participation and registration are presented in BIF.am.
Traditionally the Forum is organized by UITE under the high patronage of the Prime Minister of RA. The Forum is sponsored by the “Support to SME development in Armenia” (SMEDA) project, funded by the EU and BMZ and implemented through GIZ Private Sector Development in South Caucasus Programme.