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European Fund Management Consulting – EFMC – is one of the leading organisations in Europe that specialised in the financial management of European Union Research & Innovation projects (FP7 & H2020). Established in January 2014, EFMC has its headquarters in Tallinn, Estonia and back-office in Paris, France. Our organisation supports beneficiaries of European Grants in all financial issues concerning European projects. The main specialization is research grants such as FP7 and H2020.Our clientele includes SMEs, Universities, laboratories, private and public companies, NGOs and research centres from all over Europe and our partners are mainly Financial and Project Managers who are in charge of EU research projects (mainly FP7 & H2020).
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Group Futurista is a leading Global Events Company creating its own emerging Technology Summits, where creativity fosters and innovations flourish. We believe in the power of networking and connecting with innovative thinkers and brightest minds from Industries, Academia and Government organizations at a global level. We bring together key influencers to share case studies, research and information on cutting-edge technologies such Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain technology, and IoT. Innovative Keynotes delivered by the Industry leaders integrate the best practices and the challenges that business leaders should be aware of to scale up their business. Our Mission and Vision is to leave behind a strong legacy that will drive sustainable growth and maintain the balance of life on this planet for our future generations to cherish. Futurista Events are also open to new ideas and collaborations from people from diverse backgrounds.  
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Since 2015 EFCC Estonian Fieldbus Competency Centre is helping customers to reap the benefits of innovation through education and socialization activities at every level, like training courses, conferences, publications, and coaching. EFCC has developed a specific know-how in the area of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (the so-called Industry 4 0) and innovation. In fact, the underlying concepts of Industry can be very useful also in everyday life and that to master these concepts is the key to a better future: whether you want to become a teacher or a medical doctor or the manager of a company, concepts like networking, Blue Ocean, Artificial Intelligence, Digital Twins and many others will be part of your life and will help you to make better decisions, to co-operate with others and to create something new, with positive results for you and our society as a whole. As an Electronic Engineer graduated in Milano, Italy, the technical director of EFCC has been involved in some of the technical arguments that lead to Industry 4 0. Lectures and keynotes for customers like the Tallinn Technical University, the Zigurat Global Institute of Technology (Barcelona University) and international Erasmus+ projects, plus a partnership with the German Innovation Center for Industry 4 0 (Regensburg), GFCC (Genova) and GISI (Milano) are among his recent references, from which some books resulted and also the open Linkedin group 'Industry 4 0 in Europe'. Since he became an Ambassador of the past Watify initiative (European Commission) he was committed in helping specially small and medium companies in their roadmap towards the technological innovation through a better understanding of Industry 4 0. This experience resulted in a catalogue of courses, like ‘Fundamentals of Industrial Automation’, ‘Industrial Controllers’, ‘Fieldbus and Industrial Networks Technologies, ‘Industry 4 0: the enabling technologies’, ‘Implementing Industry 4 0', ‘Digitizing your company’, ‘Are you ready for Industry 4 0?', ‘The Internet of Things’ and ‘The Internet of Things in non-industrial applications’.
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University of Tartu Library (UTL) was founded in 1802.
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The Credit and Export Guarantee Fund KredEx was founded in 2001 by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications with the aim to improve the financing of small enterprises in Estonia, decrease export-related credit risks, enable people to build or renovate their homes and promote energy efficiency in Estonia. The mission of KredEx is to help raise the competitiveness of Estonian enterprises and the improvement of living conditions.
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