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Textile & apparel sector show R&D Brokerage begins April 3
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Apr '14
R&D BROKERAGE EVENT is a well known brand for R&D and innovation in the textile and clothing industry. The traditional summit conference held in Bursa each year is going to be organized at Merinos Ataturk Congress and Culture Center, the second biggest congress center of Turkey, on the 3rd -4th of April, 2014. The R&D project market summit is; on the basis of sector/industry, permanent, international, and the only international R&D market summit for the textile and clothing sector of Turkey. 
 
Through this great event, it is aimed to have textile and apparel sector to achieve high value added production and perform sustainable export. To this end, it is aimed to turn project ideas into partnerships and have this likely partnerships present industry – university joint project proposals for the Research and Development Outreach Programs by clustering domestic and foreign faculty members, major research and development and techno park employees, researchers and the representatives of industry organizations. 
 
Throughout the day, project poster presentations and oral presentations of the projects will be performed on the boards and tripartite conferences and bilateral discussions between university-industry-academics and research institutes will be carried out. UTIB R&D BROKERAGE EVENT has been continuously organized by UTIB and BTSO in Bursa for the past 6 years. Also this year, Turkish Home Textile Design Competition and Award Ceremony will be held parallel with the main event. 
 
This year the event will have four main topics: 
1. R&D Brokerage Event 
2. Design competition and design area 
3. Summit 
4. Educational seminars
 
And, general categories of textiles and R&D project proposals of academics and researchers, which have been approved by the evaluation committee, would be exhibited in the notice boards in the lounge. Exporters and industrialists can examine these projects exhibited on the notice boards in the lounge. 
 
Appealing proposals have the opportunity to be converted into partnerships. Partnership will help to put the projects into practice. Also, the participants in the summit will be informed about the supporting mechanisms of various R&D corporations. 
 
The R&D project markets aims to create high value added innovative production, capability to produce new products required by the industry to make export operations sustainable, to develop new cost reduction techniques and to make use of new production technologies. 


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