Oftencompanies want to bypass the registration quickly and do not insert meaningful and qualitative organisation descriptions and collaboration wishes (I am offering ..., I am looking for ...) A low quality profile doesn't animate other companies to get in contact with you ...
At a matchmaking event people meet and greet at high speed. Bilateral meetings take usually 20 or 30 minutes, which is usually enough to forge business/research/technological connections. Then the bell rings and the next meeting starts. Each participant registers with a cooperation profile which will be displayed at the event website. Each participant can online select meetings with other participants they would like to personally talk to. A few days before the event, each participant will receive a meeting schedule, showing WHO he will meet WHEN and WHERE. What are the benefits of participating in the matchmaking event? All participants can present their expertise/projects/technologies online already BEFORE the event. The cooperation profiles will be extensively promoted. Participants can get in contact with each other already before the event and know exactly who they will meet at the event. A matchmaking event therefore presents a very efficient and focused way of finding new collaboration partners.
Click on the green button "Register" on the startpage to start the registration process.
VERY IMPORTANT to receive many and high qualified meeting requests Properly fill in the cooperation profile and give details on e.g. technology/product/project, innovative aspects, current stage of development and the target partner sought. The cooperation profile is your virtual business card - the higher the quality, the more participants will select you for bilateral meetings!!!
The Participant is the person who will participate in the matchmaking event and who is responsible for the inserted profiles. Participants should indicate their contact details (especially e-mail and mobile phone number) to be directly informed about registration, agendas, changes in the event set-up.
"Support Office" are in most cases Enterprise Europe Network offices (Chamber of Commerces, Technology agencies, etc.) who support Companies in doing international business free of charge. If your region is not listed in the drop-down menue, please select "Other".
You can choose a password during the registration.
Password forgotten? Click on the Login button. There you will find a link "Forgot password?". Use this link to receive a email with further instructions. PS: The registration mails contains a so called "Autologin Link". Via this link you can directly sign-in to your personal Dashboard without entering your email address and password.
How to change the password? Please log in with your Autologin link (you will find it in the mail you received after your registration) and go to Change Password
Yes, it is. Log in via the Login button or the Autologin link you have received with your registration mail. In your personal Dashboard you can use the tabs to modify any of the content you have already inserted.
When will my profile be available online? Every profile will be quality checked by the event organizer. If it meets the quality criteria it will be put online, if not, you will be contacted by the event organizer to adapt your profile.
Booking is opened about 2-3 weeks before the event after most of the participants have registered. You will be informed by email about the start of the booking.
1. Select the link "Participants" from the main menue.
2. Use the green button "Book meetings" which you can find on each participants profile
Yes of course.
1. In your Dashboard select the Tab "Meetings" to list all meeting requests (Own bookings and Guest bookings).
2.Use the button "Reject" to refuse a meeting request.
In case this event is operated in Opt-Out booking mode (meeting requests are by default accepeted, but can be rejected) - What is the reason behind?
Experiences have shown that less than 10% of the meeting requests are usually rejected. Therefore the booking mode "Opt-Out" keeps the burdon low for the majority (90%) of participants, by not asking them to confirm a request they are going to accept anyway. Results: less email traffic; less pending meeting requests waiting for approval.
1. One week before the event you will receive a preliminary meeting schedule by email (contains most of the meetings)
2. 2-3 days before the event you get your (more or less) final meeting schedule by email
3. At the event day you get the very final schedule (taking into account last minute changes and cancellations)
Please inform the event organiser immediately.
If you have booked meetings/you have been booked for meetings, please get directly in contact with your meeting partners and tell them that you cannot keep the appointment.