Damien Cohen, director of IRT Nanoelec’s Easytech program, which is financed in part by the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes regional government and administered by cluster Minalogic, was invited to present Easytech program at an event for SMBs held in Chambéry attended by Samy Kefi Jérôme, Special Advisor, E-Government.
The event was organized by the regional government in partnership with Facebook, the region’s chambers of commerce and trade, small-business federation, and management federation, and the Digital League, Espace Numérique Entreprises (ENE), Minalogic, and Imaginove. The goal was to keep local small and mid-sized businesses up to date on how they can bring digital technology into their organizations, with tips on how to make the digital transformation more rapidly and effectively.
The Easytech program had also been presented at earlier similar events held in Valence and Puy-en-Velay. All of the events gave IRT Nanoelec valuable opportunities to reach out to local businesses and show them how the Easytech program can respond to their innovation needs.