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Meet the EIT Community New European Bauhaus in Brussels!

As part of this year’s Festival of the New European Bauhaus (NEB), the EIT Community NEB is proud to announce an in-person side event at Plein Publiek BXL, Brussels. The event aims to bring together a diverse cohort of NEB beneficiaries and individuals passionate about creativity, culture, and technology.

26 Mar 2024
EIT Food West

Scheduled to take place on Tuesday 9th April 2024, the event intends to immerse attendees in the spirit of the NEB by showcasing a selection of innovative projects supported by the EIT Community NEB. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with playful and experiential demonstrations that highlight the values of the NEB, all within the vibrant atmosphere of Plein Publiek.

The event will feature a variety of activities designed to spark inspiration and forge collaboration between like-minded individuals. Attendees can look forward to participating in the grand NEB Bingo, as well as other interactive games and experiences. Moreover, the event will host a line-up of inspiring speakers – offering valuable insights and perspectives on the future of sustainable innovation.

"Whether you’re an artist, activist, innovator, or simply curious about the NEB initiative, this event is perfect for you," said Natalia Vera, EIT Community NEB Lead. "We invite everyone who shares our passion for creativity, culture, and technology to join us for an unforgettable day."

Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to connect with the EIT Community NEB and be part of shaping a more sustainable, inclusive and beautiful future for Europe.

About us

The European Institute of innovation and technology (EIT)

The EIT strengthens Europe’s ability to innovate by powering solutions to pressing global challenges and by nurturing entrepreneurial talent to create sustainable growth and skilled jobs in Europe. The EIT is an EU body and an integral part of Horizon Europe, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation. The Institute supports dynamic pan-European partnerships, EIT Knowledge and Innovation Communities, among leading companies, research labs and universities. Together with their leading partners, the EIT Community offers a wide range of innovation and entrepreneurship activities across Europe: entrepreneurial education courses, business creation and acceleration services and innovation-driven research projects.

The EIT is Europe’s largest innovation ecosystem bringing together close to 3,000 partners from top business, research and education organisations across Europe in 60+ innovation hubs across Europe. The EIT has powered more than 3,800 start-ups and scale-ups, created more than 1,400 new products and services that have gone on to raise more than EUR 3.9 billion in external capital. More than 3,800 students have graduated from EIT-labelled master and doctoral programmes and over 100,000 have participated in EIT Community entrepreneurial training.

The EIT Community New European Bauhaus

The EIT Community New European Bauhaus supports sustainable ventures by boosting education and engagement with citizens to scale the mission of the New European Bauhaus initiative, connecting innovation, creativity and design to improve citizens’ quality of life. Created by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), the EIT Community NEB is led by EIT Climate-KIC, and along with partners EIT Food, EIT Manufacturing and EIT Urban Mobility, it supports on-the-ground projects that embody the values of the NEB movement.

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