Running from 30 May to 5 June 2016, the European Maker Week is an initiative promoted by European Commission and implemented by Maker Faire Rome in collaboration with Startup Europe. It aims to draw European citizens to the maker world and the FabLab, Makerspaces, Hackerspace and hardware startups environments. The maker movement is the name given to the increasing number of people from different backgrounds, who are employing do-it-yourself (DIY) and do-it-with-other (DIWO) techniques and processes to develop unique technologies and products as well innovative solutions. European Maker Week involves an extensive series of workshops and informative courses, conferences and talks about innovative maker projects, project exhibitions and shows, meetings with the business world and local institutions in 28 countries with the support of more than 200 local organizers.
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Here at Europe Direct Leeds we have the Leeds Business and IP Centre which provides face-to-face support in all aspects of starting and growing a successful business. We help customers to protect the intellectual property of their products and services and provide access to valuable market research and company information. Our free business and intellectual property events and workshops provide attendees with support and advice, and the chance to network, in a friendly and accessible environment.
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