The EU-LAC Innovation Portal is the continuation of more than 6 years of dialogue in the ICT area between the EU and Latin America. It is hosted by EMF, the Forum of e-Excellence, a non-profit, private organisation that supports the internationalisation of European innovative SMEs in ICT, and fosters the cross-stakeholder approach for a mutually beneficial dialogue between the two regions.
Participation in the platform is open to all qualified bodies and individuals. If you are interested, please fill in the form.
ABOUT the former project: The AMERICAS - LatinAMerica-EuRope Ict Cooperation Advanced Strategies – project aimed at supporting sustainable ICT policy dialogues and fostering ICT R&D cooperation between the EU and strategic partner countries in Latin America, by enabling new synergies and effective collaboration through policy makers, researchers and key stakeholders networks in ICT and international cooperation.It covered all countries with a bi-lateral S&T Agreement in the region (Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico) plus Colombia. The project ended in October 2013 but the efforts will be continued and the platform maintained as "EU-LAC Innovation Platform".
|Exsource Group, El Salvador||G&L Group, Argentina|
|Universidad de la Fundación ISALUD, Argentina||Alcaldía de Manizales, Colombia|
|ISIS Ingeniería, Spain||Escuela Superior Franciscana Especializada / AGAPE, El Salvador|
|MEDISIST, Mexico||Centro de Emprendedores - Facultad de Ingeniería - UBA, Argentina|
|Parque del Emprendimiento, Colombia||Agencia Municipal de Ciencia y Tecnología de Bahía Blanca, Argentina|
|CAMTIC, Costa Rica||eInstituto - Instituto Latinoamericano de Comercio Electrónico|
|Telefonica I+D, Spain||City of Knowledge at the University of São Paulo, Brazil|
|Universidad del Bío Bío, Chile||EUBrazilOpenBio, Open Data and Cloud Computing e-Infrastructure for Biodiversity|
|ONUDI, Bureaux de Promotion des investissements et de la technologie, France||M-Inclusion, between Europe and Latin America|
|DINERO MOVIL 2013 - Lima, Bogota and Mexico City.||EUBrasil, between Europe and Brazil|
The AMERICAS project was co-funded by the FP7-ICT Programme of the European Commission.