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22 Jan 2013
A new edition of the Ecorys Academy Newsletter is out now. Through this newsletter we would like to inform you about our training offer - both open training courses and client-based training courses -, training projects that have been organized recently, recent developments and relevant news concerning the Ecorys Academy. In this edition you can read the following articles:
08 Jan 2013
8 Januari 2013 - An Ecorys-led consortium has been awarded an EC contract - worth € 2.6 million -   for identifying and utilising growth opportunities in the European marine and maritime economy. The marine and maritime sectors are evolving with new sectors emerging and new players - many of them Asian – entering. It is vital for the EU to identify where opportunities for future growth lie and how best to utilise them in order to fully develop Europe’s maritime and marine potential.
08 Jan 2013
Ecorys is going to carry out an evaluation of the European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations (2012). The European Year was aimed at raising awareness of the contribution that older people make to society and to stimulate policy makers to create better opportunities for active ageing and strengthening solidarity between generations. The evaluation by Ecorys will look at the effectiveness and sustainability of programs and activities on EU and national levels.
20 Dec 2012
The latest edition of Ecorys' quartely policy briefing 'Buzzes from Brussels' is now available in PDF. In this edition:
05 Dec 2012
Ecorys has organised a round table discussion to advise the new government of Georgia. The input of Ecorys will help the Georgian government to set its regional policy on the right track. The meeting was held last Friday, 30 November. The Head of the EU delegation in Georgia and the Principal Advisor to the EU Director-General Regional Policy (DG REGIO) as well as several ministers attended the meeting. In the afternoon, key donor representatives such as the UNDP, World Bank and Council of Europe joined in.
04 Dec 2012
Parking policy evokes strong emotions. Especially when parking tariffs are constantly on the increase. That paid parking is of great importance to the accessibility and vitality of urban areas is often quickly forgotten. Many car drivers consider parking too expensive.
19 Nov 2012
Bart Drenth is appointed as General Director for Ecorys in the Netherlands as per 1 November 2012.  The very experienced economist and consultant Bart Drenth joins Ecorys from Dutch consultancy company Berenschot where he was a member of the board of directors. The joining of Bart Drenth means a reinforcement for Ecorys in the fields of boardroom consultancy, evaluations and interim management.
15 Nov 2012
PRESS RELEASE - UK-based Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) consultancy Oxford Intelligence Ltd and Ecorys, a leading international research-based consultancy with headquarters in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, have joined forces to create a new enlarged Oxford Intelligence business, incorporating Ecorys’ FDI business interests.
08 Nov 2012
Ecorys is proud to announce the establishment of Ecorys Hrvatska. Ecorys Hrvatska is a new addition to the Ecorys family and will have its office in Zagreb. Director of Ecorys Hrvatska is Maja Hranilovic, who has been liaison officer for Ecorys in Croatia for several years. The official opening of the new office will take place on December 14, 2012.
24 Oct 2012
The northern hemisphere is becoming increasingly relevant in contemporary geopolitics, with superpowers such as Russia, the US and Japan being well positioned in the current fight to access raw materials and new routes to be exploited to boost global trade. As an externality, sea levels might rise in the coming years with potential negative impacts for coastal regions in terms of floods and coastline erosion, an area where the EU population is clearly exposed. Does this scenario imply that the EU is mainly facing Con’s and missing Pro’s in the new Artic developments?