18 September 2017
  Atlantic Action Plan

The 4th Atlantic Stakeholder Platform Conference 2017 (ASPC2017): sailing the social networks!


The 4th Atlantic Stakeholder Platform conference will be held at the Technical & Innovation Centre of the University of Strathclydein the heart of the city of Glasgow and a short distance from the River Clyde and its waterfront.  It will focus on topics related to Priority 4 of the Atlantic Action Plan “Create a Socially inclusive and Sustainable Model of Regional Development” emphasizing on socially inclusive sustainable maritime growth on the Atlantic Seaboard and will include a variety of matchmaking and networking activities so as to promote further exchange of experiences and know-how among Atlantic stakeholders. .

Welcome address at the 2017 ASPC will be given by Councilor Ms. Eva Bolander, Lord Provost of the City of Glasgow, Mr. Fergus Ewing, Cabinet Secretary for the Rural Economy and Connectivity, Mr. Jerry Lundy, Member of the Committee of the Regions and the Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Mr. Karmenu Vella.

We invite you to consult the updated and detailed conference programme here and see what is planned. Over 40 exhibitors will be given the chance to showcase their activities, projects, products, solutions and funding opportunities during ASPC2017. Consult the exhibitors’ guidelines and submit your request for a stand here. 

Follow us live @EU_Atlantic and on Facebook on the Support Team for the AAP page for live social media coverage and innovative online engagement techniques will make #ASPC2017 the place to be for every Atlantic stakeholder, offline and online!

Also, do not forget to have your say in the future of the Atlantic Action Plan by participating in Public consultation on the implementation of the Atlantic action planwhich ends in September 22nd. 

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