Dublin Declaration sets out a New Business Model
The SiliconRepublic website reported that a new 10-point declaration drafted at the Open Innovation 2.0 conference at Dublin Castle is to be presented to the president of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso. The Dublin Declaration aims to make the EU more nimble in terms of turning research and technology into actual job creation. A combination of 75 international experts and 350 delegates from around the world drafted the declaration, focusing on how innovation and technology will enable economic growth and job creation. The Dublin Declaration aims to develop a new business model for the European Union and make open innovation, which involves the quadruple helix of citizens, universities, governments and businesses, the new official language of the European Union.
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