“European CIDIC Award”

Micar Innovation (Micar21) has been awarded a “European CIDIC Award”

We are delighted to introduce DEAC (Diplomatic, Economic, Academic and Cultural) days concept organised during each bi-annual presidency of the Council of the EU which is currently BULGARIA.

The CIDIC jury, composed of its board of directors, professors of the Vrij Universiteit Brussel (VUB), representatives of the Bulgarian Embassy in Brussels, is pleased to inform that Micar Innovation (Micar21) has been awarded a “European CIDIC Award”.

This Award has handed over at the BCCI during our DEAC days in Sofia and you are cordially invited to collect yours during the ceremony followed by a reception organised by the Belgian Ambassador in his residence on TUESDAY 24th APRIL 2018 from 16:30

About CIDIC: CIDIC is the European Centre of Economic Diplomacy and addresses the Diplomatic, Economic, Academic and Cultural world. CIDIC facilitates meetings between the actors of these worlds to promote, in an informal way, privileged relationships. CIDIC fosters improved awareness and common activities among decision-makers in these different spheres through DEAC Missions (Diplomatic-Economic-Academic-Cultural) to the countries presiding the Council of the European Union on a rotating basis, thematic conferences and receptions. CIDIC is supported by UNICA (Network of Universities from the Capitals of Europe), the Brussels Diplomatic Academy, the Diplomatic World Magazine and the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Baron Ernest de Laminne de Bex ( President) - more information: www.cidic.be

Best Biotech Startup of the year 2017 in CEE

Micar Innovation (Micar21) named Best Biotech Startup of the year 2017 in CEE - Bulgaria National Winners

On the 4th edition of the Central European Startup Awards finals, competition that includes national finalists from 10 countries in Central and Eastern Europe, Micar Innovation (Micar21) was named Best Biotech Startup of the year in CEE - Bulgaria National Winners.

The Central European Startup Awards launched in 2014 and covers currently 10 countries (Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia). The initiative has become the region’s largest startup festival, spotlighting the best entrepreneurs and investors across the region. The CESA have been steadily growing in popularity, with last year’s event receiving over 800 nominations.