On 22 January the Interreg Policy Learning Platform organised an online discussion on the topic of SME internationalisation and how to boost export through collective support.
This webinar focused on bringing together the valuable experience gained by Interreg Europe partnerships and will allow participants to look beyond the horizon of their projects. You can access the presentations and the replay of the webinar over here.
Here is an overview of what was discussed:
- An overview of the Interreg Europe projects addressing the internationalisation of SMEs: INTRA and SIE
- A detailed insight into selected good practices addressing the topic of collective actions supporting the internationalisation of SMEs
- Detailed insights into selected good practices addressing the topic of collective support delivery (pooling and coordination of regional resources and competences, e.g. one-stop-shop like initiatives) for the internationalisation of SMEs
- Conclusions and recommendations for the design of your SME internationalisation policies
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