EPSI is a non for profit membership-based organisation in Europe, based in Brussels that focuses on innovation in the areas of sport, physical activity, healthy lifestyle, vitality, environment and all related impacted sectors. EPSI strives for more innovation-friendly conditions for the EU sports ecosystem, in order to stimulate technological innovation and to set up / develop businesses with a focus on the entire innovation spectrum.
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EPSI has developed the so-called Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) for the period 2016-2021, as a result of a strong cooperation and thorough consultation amongst its members.
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EPSI is partner of the European Week Of Sport, initiative of the European Commission to promote a healthy lifestyle.
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The competition will be a central element of the European Week of Sport, European Commission’s initiative where EPSI is partner.
The annual EU Sport Forum will take place online next 8th-9th June through a special virtual platform established by the European Commission. EPSI will attend the event.
In the framework of the Project “European Alliance for Sport and Mental Health, a contest for creating a logo for this project has been launched. EASMH is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme and it is aimed at promoting sport for mental health.
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Dialogue with the sport movement, European Week of Sport and the role of innovation and GreenSport: these are the topics touched by Ms Gabriel.
Fourth webinar organised by the Italian organisation: the event will be in Italian language.
The European Commission has recently opened four calls for project proposals in the field of sport.
Sport has been gaining prominence in recent years. Not only is sport being promoted as beneficial to both health and social relationships, its economic significance is also growing. Sport incorporates many industrial sectors and services and is a growing area for companies of all sizes. A 2012 study calculated that the direct effects of sport, combined with its multiplier effects, added up to 3% (294.36 billions of euros) of overall gross value added in the EU. As a relatively new sector, sport is generally regarded as being an early adopter of new ideas and innovations.