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18 October 2023
GREENET Brokerage Event for HE Cluster 5 - 2024 calls

How does it work?

A matchmaking event is a quick and easy way to meet potential cooperation partners. 20 minutes run fast, but they are enough to build first connections before the meeting ends and the next talk starts.

1) Registration

  • Register via the Register button.
  • Add contact and organisation details as requested
  • Those who are interested to manage 1:1 meetings MUST select at least one networking session

      2) Publish a 'project cooperation' to showcase your needs and/or pitch your skills or project ideas

      Create a clear cooperation profile to raise your visibility on the b2match platform.
      Your profile should describe who you are, what you can offer to potential partners, and who you want to meet. A good profile will generate significantly more meeting requests. 

      The event focuses on the following Horizon Europe – Cluster 5 calls 2024:

      • Climate sciences and responses.
      • Cross-sectoral solutions for the climate transition.
      • Sustainable, secure and competitive energy supply.
      • Efficient, sustainable and inclusive energy use.
      • Clean and competitive solutions for all transport modes.
      • Safe, Resilient Transport and Smart Mobility services for passengers and goods.

      What can you include in a project cooperation:

      • Title: main idea or possible role in the project.
      • Description: You can include here the capabilities of your entity: what can you do specifically for the topic or possible role in a proposal, your previous experience (national or European projects), if you have a prototype/pilot plant/demonstration site, if you can involve other partners in the idea… You can also include a picture/graphic to increase interest in your profile (at the end of the page).
      • Project stage: if you have a concept idea or project, this is early stage. Select planning if you are sure about applying to a topic or you have developed a strategy to have this idea done. If you have a prototype/demo site/experience in a current project you select execution. If you are not sure of what select, just keep it empty.
      • Topic/Call: if you are interested in participating in a specific topic with your capabilities you can select from the list. It can be completed with the Call selection if you consider your capabilities can cover other topics in the destination. This criterion is one of the most used by participants to find partners and organise meetings.
      • Type of cooperation sought: if you are going to coordinate or just looking to join a consortium.

      You have the chance to also pitch your skills and competencies or project ideas against one or more topics among those included in the calls, which can be selected during your registration phase.

        If interested, please follow the guidelines here.

        3) Browse profiles of attendees

        Go to the participants list to find out who is offering interesting and promising project cooperation opportunities.

        4) Send & receive meeting requests

        Browse published participants' profiles and send meeting requests to those you want to meet during the event. 

        5) Matchmaking Event

        Access your meetings in My Agenda or Meetings, where you have your complete schedule for the event and the list of your meetings. Check your camera and microphone and don't be late!

        How to initiate a Virtual Meeting?

        1. Identify promising participants on the Participants list or the Marketplace page on the event's website. Once you found a suitable meeting partner, click "Request meeting" to send them a meeting request.

        2. Use the Messages functionality to chat about common interests and availability.

        3. Click "View Profile →" to find out more about the participant

        4. If you would like to have a meeting with them, you can also request a meeting here.

        5. Check My agenda and Meetings for your schedule and your list of confirmed meetings.

        6. At the time of the meeting, go to the Meetings page and click on Start Meeting
        • You can invite guests through the Invite guests button, or share your screen through the screen sharing button
        • A virtual meeting can be started at any given time before its ending time and it won't stop automatically, one of the participants has to end it
        • The remaining time will be displayed on the top left corner
        • The next meeting card will be displayed with one minute before the next meeting
        • Clicking on Start Next Meeting will end the current meeting and will start the next one
          Technical requirements for Virtual meetings

          The virtual meetings take place through the b2match video tool, which is integrated in the b2match platform and it doesn’t need to/it can't be downloaded.

          Use a device with an incorporated webcam or a webcam. Without the camera, the meeting can still take place in the audio mode.

          Microphone and camera

          You can test your microphone and camera in your Meetings list, once you are logged in to your b2match profile. In order to do this, you need to click the blue Camera and microphone test and follow the instructions.

          If there are issues, the system will indicate the browser's documentation's regarding the microphone and camera usage

          Additionally, you can do the following checks:

          • test your microphone with other apps, such as Google Meet, Skype, Zoom, etc. 
          • run Twilio's network test, which will start an automatic diagnosis to check if Twilio has permission to use your microphone and camera
            •  Twilio is the name of the software we use for online meetings 

          Happy matchmaking!


          Miriam de Angelis
          Marta Herrero
          Juan Francisco REyes
          Fatma Saçli
          Research and Innovation Foundation (RIF)
          Christakis Theocharous
          The National Center for Research & Development
          Karolina Janiak
          Magdalena Glogowska
          Noemi Tesauro
          kolbrun Bjargmundsdottir
          Business Finland
          Markku Pekonen
          HUB Brussels
          Camille Dehestru
          Juan Carlos García
          Cristina Garrido
          NKS KEM - Projektträger Jülich
          Priska Sonntag
          Maria Habicht
          benjamin wyniger
          Jean-Marc Zaccardi
          Hanife Tuzcuoglu
          Louise Mothersole
          Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
          Martino Piani
          Cristiana Leandro
          Malta Council for Science and Technology
          Tamara Schembri
          Malta Council for Science and Technology
          Frankie Borg
          Agency for Higher Education and Science
          Marc Vestbo Jacobsen
          Danish Agency for Higher Education and Science
          Jonas Ludvigsen
          Centrum vedecko-technických informácií SR
          Matej Smrek
          Planck Technologies AS
          Maryam Ghadrdan
          Austrian NCPs
          Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland
          Pieter Houttuin
          Israel- Europe R&I Directorate (ISERD)
          Asaf Aharon
          PRAXI network
          Evropi-Sofia Dalampira
          Annika Strömdahl
          Marie Vaadre
          Sule Karamik
          Riánsares López
          CCI Occitanie
          Marine Harguindeguy
          ACCIO-Government of Catalonia
          Jennifer Ruiz
          Agencia Andaluza del Conocimiento
          Lucía Díaz Martín
          Instituto para la Competitividad Empresarial de Castilla y León (ICE)
          Raquel Martínez
          Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes (AMEUP)
          Tea SABOL
          Steirische Wirtschaftsförderung SFG
          Michael Kerschbaumer
          Andalucía TRADE
          Mª Dolores Guillén
          Adela Sanchez Santos
          Berlin Partner für Wirtschaft und Technologie GmbH
          Wolfgang Treinen
          South Denmark European Office
          Jesper Vestergaard Hansen
          Sanna Alaranta
          Innovate UK
          Conall McGinley
          Business Finland
          Markus Rankka
          Business Upper Austria
          Sedef Seven
          Erciyes Teknopark
          Beyza Öz
          risingSUD / EEN French Mediterranean
          Nicolas Chéhanne
          The Research Council of Norway, Energy Dept.
          Marianne H Aandahl
          Fundación para el Conocimiento Madri+d
          Rosalía Vicente
          Technology Centre Prague
          Michaela Vlková
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          Total 667
          Company (SME) 140
          R&D Institution 132
          University 107
          Company (industry) 106
          Consultancy 44
          Association/Agency/Cluster 40
          Start-up 38
          Other 29
          Authority/Government 26
          National Contact Point 5
          Total 667
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          Total 16977