Idoia Muñoz

Coordinator

Living Lab

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Title

International projects promoter and Business Developer

About

Mrs Idoia Muñoz holds a Pharmacy degree at University of Navarre (Pamplona, Spain) and Global MBA by ESEUNE business school (Bilbao, Spain). She participated in the International Executive Program by Georgetown University (Washington DC) and also in the following courses: Introduction to the Cooperation and Technologies for Human Development. (Public University of the Basque Country, Bilbao), “Gender views to science, technology and innovation” at the University of the Basque Country Summer School. (San Sebastian, Spain) and “Design thinking, entrepreneurship and innovation decisions” at Deusto University (Bilbao, Spain).

 

She brings her experience in Living Labs, actively working on BIRD Living Lab and SPORTIS and collaborating with OCEAN Living Lab. She is an expert in strategic planning, project management, communication, dissemination planning and implementation, market research, exploitation and scalability with special focus on the areas of nature monitoring, cultural heritage and wellbeing.

She also has experience on gender promotion through technology and education, in international networking activities, as well as in the organisation of international workshops and conferences.

 

Currently she works at GAIA (Bird Living Lab) as International projects promoter and business developer

Capacity Building Program

Calendar

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Journal of Justice and Sustainability: Call for Papers

Sunday, 15 May 2022
Living Labs: Perspectives on Regenerative Approaches for Place-Based Socio-Ecological Transitions

Call for Workshops at OpenLivingLab Days

Sunday, 22 May 2022
Deadline for submissions

Call for Papers at OpenLivingLab Days

Sunday, 22 May 2022
Deadline for submissions
    

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