The Conference of Atlantic Arc Cities,currently represents more than 100 local entities and 7 million inhabitants of the European Atlantic seaboard. This network works with different institutions, to promote the role of cities in Europe and to highlight the specificity of the Atlantic Arc.

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The Atlantic biotechnology defines itself in Cadiz

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On 29th and 30th April of this year in Cadiz (Spain) will be held the final forum of The Atlantic Blue Tech project. Leaded by the Technopôle of Brest, the Atlantic Blue Tech project aims at promoting and developing the marine bio-resources sector at the Atlantic level. This initiative is developed through the association of key European stakeholders in this sector.

Thanks to the identification of transnational structuring projects, the project will represent an essential link to the future 2014-2020 programming period.
On the agenda for those days: Presentation of the Atlantic Blue Tech results, Labs and business visits, B2B speed meetings, Discussions on economic opportunities and R&D resources in the Atlantic Area… The final program and registration dates will be announced soon.

This project was presented at the General Assembly of the CAAC, held in Corunna on February 23rd and 24th. Partner in this project, Brest Métropole chairs the Commission on Sustainable Development and the Blue Growth.

Tourism: a balance between visitors and residents

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Sought to attract more visitors, tourism marketing strategies have launched a reflection on how to strike balance in inhabitants’ living areas that are also places of tourism interest.

On this issue European Cities Marketing is offering a seminar that combines theoretical base, practical and operational solutions cases on "the balance between visitors and locals." This event will take place in Gijón, Vice President city of the CAAC, from February 4 to 7 2015.

In this context, the initiative ATBRAND, driven by the CAAC, aims to inspire the promotion of Atlantic cities. Therefore, the management and the impact of visitor flows within the Atlantic Arc is one of the research areas of this cooperation project, co-financed by the ERDF under the INTERREG Atlantic Area program.

For further information about these meetings.

To receive a 15% discount given by the airline, partner of Gijon Convention Bureau.

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