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Platform launched in Slovenia and Croatia to fund technology transfer

Ljubljana, 26 July - The Slovenian and Croatian development banks and the European Investment Fund (EIF) signed an agreement in Ljubljana on Monday to establish a regional technology transfer platform under which universities and public research institutions will be able to tap on EUR 40 million to start up and commercialise their development projects.

Ljubljana
Chairman of SID Bank Sibil Svilan, EIF chief executive Alain Godard, HBOR chairman Tamara Perko and HBOR board member Hrvoje Čuvalo pictured after signing an agreement to establish Central Eastern European Technology Transfer.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Chairman of SID Bank Sibil Svilan, EIF chief executive Alain Godard, HBOR chairman Tamara Perko sign an agreement to establish Central Eastern European Technology Transfer.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Chairman of SID Bank Sibil Svilan, EIF chief executive Alain Godard, HBOR chairman Tamara Perko and HBOR board member Hrvoje Čuvalo pictured after signing an agreement to establish Central Eastern European Technology Transfer.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

Ljubljana
Chairman of SID Bank Sibil Svilan, EIF chief executive Alain Godard, HBOR chairman Tamara Perko and HBOR board member Hrvoje Čuvalo pictured after signing an agreement to establish Central Eastern European Technology Transfer.
Photo: Nebojša Tejić/STA

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