A connected Baltic Sea Region 2020 -
The 7th annual Conference of the Innovation Circle Network

Dear ICN friends & members,

the digitalisation makes our world smaller and connects people all over the world, on different continents, in different languages. The more this progress marches on the more important it is that we get closer to our neighbors in the Baltic Sea Region on different levels. Transnational Transport Corridors, innovative projects, new cross-border institions and cooperations across the BSR and Northern Europe - let's talk about what is possible and let's make plans for our future. In Riga from 12-13 November. You can be part of the 7th annual conference of the Innovation Circle Network and contribute to the future of Northern Europe.

For detailed information please download our program and check out www.innovationcircle.net where you can register now!

We see you in Riga,

your ICN Team.


Conference Riga 12-13 November

A connected Baltic Sea Region 2020

The seventh annual IC conference will put a focus on how the Baltic Sea Region can become better connected, and consider the adequacy of the EUBSR strategy 2020. There will be experts from various countries and institutions to debate this issue and inform about how they work to make the BSR better connected. We see the planning and launching of new transnational transport corridors, new institutions, new organisations, new cooperations across the BSR and Northern Europe. 


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Young Eyes is a brand new IC project and will put the focus on how young people regard their home towns. 4 mirror workshops will be implemented with international participation from youth, leaders and experts. The project partners come from Poland, Sweden, Latvia, Scotland and Norway. The project is aiming for creation of new inputs to the home towns development as well as learning for the youths involved.