INTERREG IVC's Interregional Good Practice Fair

Park Inn Krakow, Poland – 24 November 2011

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There are 13 Frequently Asked Questions for this event.
  1. 1.Who is organising the INTERREG IVC good practice fair 2011?
  2. 2.What is the INTERREG IVC programme?
  3. 3.Is participation open to everybody?
  4. 4.Who is the event for?
  5. 5.I have registered to the event and got notification email, is my participation confirmed?
  6. 6.Why should I participate?
  7. 7.What is agenda of the event?
  8. 8.What is the aim of the event?
  9. 9.How much does participation cost?
  10. 10.When and where event will take place?
  11. 11.I am participating in the exhibition, when should I arrange my stand?
  12. 12.How to arrange my travel to Krakow?
  13. 13.Is it worth staying the weekend in Krakow after the event?

  1. 1. Who is organising the INTERREG IVC good practice fair 2011?
    INTERREG IVC good practice fair 2011 is organised by the Joint Technical Secretariat of the INTERREG IVC programme and its Managing Authority – Nord-Pas De Calais Region in France. Back to Top
  2. 2. What is the INTERREG IVC programme?
    INTERREG IVC provides funding for interregional cooperation across Europe. It is implemented under the European Community’s territorial cooperation objective and financed through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). So far it co-financed 122 projects in the areas of innovation and the knowledge economy, environment and risk prevention. More information about the programme can be found here



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  3. 3. Is participation open to everybody?
    Due to a limited number of seats, attendance at the event will be by invitation only. Back to Top
  4. 4. Who is the event for?
    This event is targeted to public organisations, responsible for regional development, and who may or may not be involved already in interregional cooperation projects. Back to Top
  5. 5. I have registered to the event and got notification email, is my participation confirmed?
    Notification of registration is not confirmation of participation. In order to ensure balanced participation of all EU countries your registration will be approved within three days after registering to the event and you will receive a confirmation email.  Organisers encourage everyone to register to the event as soon as possible. Back to Top
  6. 6. Why should I participate?
    If you represent a project is it a good occasion to promote your project results and achievements.
    If you represent a public body and are interested in transferring good practices identified to your region, it is a good opportunity to see what solutions can be found around Europe and to meet those who own these practices and learn from their experience. It is also a place to make new contacts and start networking for future projects.
    If you represent political institution it is a good opportunity to meet people working with cooperation projects and to see the benefits cooperation brings. Back to Top
  7. 7. What is agenda of the event?
    The event will consist of a plenary session and six workshops where practical studies of what some regions have put into practice will be presented. It will combine networking possibilities and a project fair, where participants will be able to meet good practice owners. A detailed agenda of the event can be found here
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  8. 8. What is the aim of the event?

    This event has several aims: to showcase the good policy practices that have been identified by partner regions in INTERREG IVC;  to help non-partner organisations identify and learn about practices that they are interested in; to encourage to uptake of good practices and to show practical examples of cooperation. Back to Top
  9. 9. How much does participation cost?
    The event is free of charge and the organisers will cover lunch breaks and also host a dinner, however participants must cover their own travelling and accommodation costs. Back to Top
  10. 10. When and where event will take place?
    It is full one-day event, which will start at 10:00 and will end at 17:30 on 24 November. From 19:30 till 22:00 a networking reception is foreseen. The event will take place at Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Krakow. The evening reception will be organised in the old town. Please see venue details here Back to Top
  11. 11. I am participating in the exhibition, when should I arrange my stand?
    Stands will be ready for exhibitors on the morning of 24 November (starting at 7 a.m.). You should ensure your stand is in place before the beginning of the event. More precise instructions have been sent to each exhibitor. Back to Top
  12. 12. How to arrange my travel to Krakow?
    You should check information on travelling arrangements on our website here Back to Top
  13. 13. Is it worth staying the weekend in Krakow after the event?
    Definitely yes! It is worth spending more time in Krakow and to explore second largest and one of the oldest cities of Poland, which is famous for its academic, culture and artistic life. If you have more time it is recommended to visit Wieliczka Salt mine situated 10 km from the city centre, it can be easily reached by public transport (train or bus).
    Travel guides will be helpful finding activities you would like to do: Krakow city guide by In your pocket; Lonely Planet; Krakow tourism information centre.


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