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The EU-CIP project is pleased to announce the third webinar in a series dealing with commercialization training within the context of critical infrastructure protection and resilience.

This webinar titled "Team and Company Structure", is part of the third module "Go to Market and Business Support (IP etc.)" and sets out to help equip the attendees with the necessary skills to bring their innovations successfully to the marketplace via internal business support. Attendees will be empowered to understand how to build effective teams, secure funding, protect potential intellectual property, and navigate the final stages of the commercialisation process, covered in the previous two webinars.

The topics covered will include:

  • Strategies for assembling and managing high-performing teams.
  • Exploring the intricacies of organizational structures and team dynamics.
  • Insights into fostering collaboration and synergy within teams.
  • Issues around intellectual property

The webinar will be followed by access to templates covering funding strategies, investor pitch decks, financial management, patent applications, guidelines for structuring effective team organizations and compelling funding proposals, and empowering partners to safeguard their innovation through IP protection.

Those completing these materials will then be offered support via more specialised 1:1 advisory sessions. This material, as well as recordings of the webinars, will be made available on the EU-CIP Knowledge Hub.

The online seminar will take place:

Wednesday 14/02/2024 3 pm CET

The link will be emailed to registered participants closer to the event.

To participate, please complete the registration form via the link:

Feel free to pass this email on to your contacts within the CIP/CIR community who may be interested.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Kevin Fleming of ICP (

We look forward to your participation in this event.

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