iEER, a regioStars Finalist.
10 regions,1 goal. Boosting entrepreneurial ecosystems in regions for young entrepreneurs.
iEER is an Interreg Europe funded flagship project bringing together 10 regions around Europe. Initiated by a group of regions awarded with the European Entrepreneurial Region label, iEER has defined smart paths and solutions to boost regional entrepreneurship ecosystems supporting young entrepreneurs.
Finland’s ESIF programme is a multi-funding instrument aiming to create more than 12,700 new jobs and support 5660 SMEs by 2023. In the Helsinki-Uusimaa region the programme has a budget of 50 million euros.
iEER provides solutions to improve the efficiency of structural funds and to pool multi-funding resources available from the EU and national or private actors. The project aims for a sustainable impact and investment of structural funds in the Helsinki-Uusimaa region.
The ESIF programme of the Westpomeranian Region has a budget of 1150 million euros (ERDF) and 450 million euros (ESF). Its aims to support more than 1,900 enterprises, 20,000 unemployed people in their search for a job and 12,000 pupils participating in internships.
iEER provides the opportunity to learn the best practices from other regions making most out of ESIF funds to benefit young entrepreneurs.
Priority Axis 2 of West Region Romania's structural fund has a 40 million euros budget and aims to enhance SMEs' competitiveness focusing on Romania's high-growth economic sector.
One way to increase the competitiveness of the region is related to the creation of high value added niches. Through iEER West Region Romania can identify and import best practices to improve the local entrepreneurship ecosystem.
The ESIF programme for Brandenburg has a budget of 364 million euros and aims to improve the competitiveness of enterprises by enhancing the quality, innovation, security and flexibility of the labour market and workforce.
Land Brandenburg supports business start-ups as an important source of employment and as a strategic approach to unemployment. iEER strengthens this approach by presenting new and innovative ways to use structural funds in startup support.
With a budget of 168 million euros, Marche's structural fund programme promotes investment in R&D and increasing the capacity for innovation in the enterprise ecosystem.
Through policy learning iEER provides new ways to increase the competitiveness of the region and tackle the challenges faced by inland areas to counter the demographic challenges.
Nord-Pas de Calais' structural fund programme aims to support 260 R&I companies, 500 SMEs and create 12.400 new jobs in SMEs.
The region has a young population but unemployment rate is higher than national average. iEER helps the region to discover best practices and improve policies to boost young entrepreneurship in the area.
The addressed structural fund aims to create 20,000 sustainable jobs in Northern Ireland by 2020. With a budget of 308 million euros, the policy instrument is trying to reduce the size of the public sector and grow the private sector.
iEER helps the region to find best practice and improve local policies to better support entrepreneurship and SMEs.
The current structural fund programme aims to raise productivity level 10 per cen above the OEDC average. It focuses on 3 business areas of regional RIS3 sectors: Health and Social Innovation, Sustainable energy and Experience Economy.
Through iEER the region of Southern Denmark seeks to learn the best practices from other partner regions to link the development in urban areas to outlying areas using entrepreneurship as the lever.
Valencia's structural fund programme aims to invigorate the Valencian Enterprises Network. The programme helps to create and develop new enterprises and startup support services.
iEER helps the region to come up with new ways to foster entrepreneurial spirit and mindset activation in young people. It also presents measures to strengthen the local entrepreneurship ecosystem to promote growth and competitiveness.
The structural fund programme in Kerry region aims to promote entrepreneurship by facilitating the economic exploitation of new ideas and fostering the creation of new firms. A particular emphasis is given for the need to accelerate micro-enterprise start-up and expansion.
iEER supports the region to develop policies and practices which continue to deliver entrepreneurial support.
iEER, a regioStars Finalist.
iEER celebrating 30 years of Interreg.
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From good practice to the reform of Universities' training plans in Hauts de France
iEER concluded its success at its final conference in Brussels during the EWRC workshop: Hacking Growth.
iEER pilot Aula Emprende involved 31 universties, trained 352 teachers and professors and taught 1101 students.
As the result of the iEER action plan for the Valencia Region, the Strategic Entrepreneurship Plan was developed, validated and presented.
iEER launched online survey investigating stakeholders' experience in EU policy and Funding. Please take part and have your say.
iEER Helsinki-Uusimaa awarded 4SC team – For Sustainable Choice as one of the most innovative team in the 100 days 100 challenges event.
University of College South Denmark implementing iEER pilot action Aula Emprende to teach innovation and entrepreneurship in Odense .