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22 Oct 2009
22 October 2009 - Ecorys organised a succesful conference on Impact Assessments & Industrial Competitiveness in Rotterdam, on October 1, 2009.
22 Oct 2009
22 October 2009 - After intensive preparation, Ecorys UK's much anticipated Childhood Obesity Seminar was well received.  The event took place on the 11th of November at the Kings Fund in London, and was attended by 35 delegates.
24 Sep 2009
24 September 2009 - We are pleased to announce that Ecorys has become a knowledge partner for the recently created Urban Investment Network (UIN). The Urban Land Institute (ULI), a non-profit research and education organisation bringing together more than 40,000 private and public actors world wide in the fields of land use and real estate, has launched the UIN initiative in order to address the challenge of increasing investment in Europe's cities.
14 Sep 2009
14 September 2009 - PRESS RELEASE - In July 2009 Ecorys established a new company in Polokwane, South Africa under the name of Ecorys Africa. The Managing Director of Ecorys Africa is Dr Elizabeth Omoluabi. Ecorys has chosen Polokwane, because the Limpopo region, which is located in the North of South Africa, has significant growth potential and is conveniently located for working with clients in Pretoria and Johannesburg and in three of the countries that share a border with South Africa i.e. Mozambique, Botswana and Zimbabwe. This confirms our Africa focus.
14 Sep 2009
14 September 2009 - Ecorys has participated in a high-level meeting addressing the crisis in the shipbuilding sector, which took place on September 11 in Bremerhaven, Germany.  The meeting was organised to discuss the current situation in the shipbuilding sector and to evaluate and accentuate the European policy regarding LeaderSHIP 2015.
29 Jun 2009
29 June 2009 – Julia Djarova, Vice Chair of Ecorys International, has been invited to preside and speak at the UNECE International Conference on Technological Readiness for Innovation-based Competitiveness that will take place on June 29-30, Geneva. The Conference is organised by the Committee on Economic Cooperation and Integration of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE).
22 May 2009
22 May 2009 - Ecorys España is proud to announce the official launch of its website in Spanish as a key corporate communication tool to carry out information and business development activities among current and potential clients in Spain and Latin America mainly, as well as in Southern Europe. This website has been conceived as a dynamic corporate communication and marketing initiative which will contribute decisively to disseminate Ecorys services and activities within the Spanish-speaking business community worldwide.
19 May 2009
19 May 2009 - The book Enhancing the Effectiveness of Innovation – New roles for Key Players has been published. It was edited by Willem Molle, Senior Adviser, Ecorys Research and Consulting and Professor of International Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, and Julia Djarova, Vice Chair, Ecorys International. The book features contribution from several other Ecorys experts. The official publication date for the US has been fixed for 30th June 2009. The book was published on 30th April 2009 in the UK and the rest of the world.
11 Nov 2008
11 November 2008 - InfoDev (The World Bank) has commissioned Ecorys to conduct in-depth study of the impact of ICT on firm-level innovation in Poland, Russia and the Baltic States. This study assesses the diffusion and impact of ICT at the firm level in both traditional and emerging sectors, and whether and under what conditions have these sectors been successful in harnessing ICT to improve productivity.
16 Oct 2008
16 October 2008 - Column by Marcel Canoy (chief economist Ecorys in the Netherlands) and Max van der Sleen (CEO Ecorys), with thanks to George Barrett (chief economist Ecorys  in the UK)