WP2 Exploitation

AnnaAnna Kryzhko, currently studying at the EMLyon Business School in the specialised Master program “International strategy and industrial marketing”, has joined the R&D department for an end-of-degree internship for six months. During her internship she will be working on the definition of the best business strategy for the potential exploitable results of the NeTTUN project which was started in 2012 within the Seventh Framework Program of the EU with its financial support.

“I’ve been incredibly lucky to join NFM Technologies for my internship and to work on the NeTTUN project.It is a very complex and rich project gathering 22 organisations (Industrial, Research & Development laboratories and SME organisations) across 9 countries and covering 6 different research topics. My goal is to help our partners to adapt their innovative products to the market needs, define the appropriate business model and to ensure that their innovative products will successfully reach the market.”