Transatlantic Cluster Initiative

Delegation Trip to Germany on E-Mobility

The second part of the E-Mobility Program will offer 15 select participants the chance to explore cutting-edge developments during an intensive, 5-day trip throughout Germany. Focus topics will - among others - include opportunities for international collaboration, technology development and transfer and much more.

During the 5-day trip, participants will have ample opportunity to visit and speak with German E-Mobility key players from business and research institutions as well as interact with leading industry associations and clusters. Last but not least, participants will be able to immerse themselves into German culture and hospitality.

Program details

Itinerary

The trip will take place from October 15 - 19, 2018. In addition, participants will have the exclusive opportunity to attend the International Suppliers Fair (IZB) in Wolfsburg as well as the emove360 event in Munich. Tentative travel itinerary to follow.

Cost and coverage

Participants are only responsible for their own airfare to and from Germany. Program fee: $450 (covers all accommodations (6 nights), meals, cultural activities, entrance fees and local travel in Germany).

Early consideration deadline: Friday, August 24, 2018.

Final application deadline: Friday, September 7, 2018. To apply, please complete the sign up document and email to Jessica Ferklass, program manager.

*GACC Midwest reserves the right to reject non-fit applications.

"GACC Midwest’s Transatlantic Cluster delegation trip to Germany opened doors and created new partnerships for my organization that I would not have been able to create without their efforts. The trip was incredibly productive, educational and enjoyable. It opened my eyes to the active and vibrant medical device manufacturing activity in Germany and ways that we could create transatlantic partnerships. We are following up on a partnership project with Medical Mountains AG that will connect us to a great network of medical device companies in the region".

Tim Tripp, Assistant Director, Office of University Economic Development, University of Minnesota

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Jessica Ferklass

Manager, Consulting Services

Chicago

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