On 11 October 2016, the European Commission's yearly RegioStars Awards ceremony took place in Brussels, as part of the European Week of Regions and Cities.
Out of 104 applications, five winning projects were selected to receive the prestigious RegioStars trophy from the hands of EU Commissioner for Regional Policy, Corina Creţu and the RegioStars Jury President, MEP Lambert van Nistelrooij. In addition, this year, the project Circular Ocean received a “Public Choice Award”, based on the votes from attendees to the event.
CATEGORY 1 - SMART GROWTH: Emerging opportunities in the global economy
CATEGORY 2 - SUSTAINABLE GROWTH - Circular Economy
CATEGORY 3 - INCLUSIVE GROWTH: Integrated living – building inclusive and non-segregated communities
ACADEMY OF SOCIAL ECONOMY (Poland / Malopolska Region) Video
CATEGORY 4 – CITYSTAR: Sustainable urban development
CATEGORY 5 - EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT: Making a difference by managing differently
TRANSPARENCY INITIATIVE JONVABALIAI (FIREFLIES) (Lithuania) Video
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The focus of the event was the use of innovation procurement strategies in the digital economy, the study on the topic and the presentation of its results.
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The workshop “Cooperation for better Destination Management” was held on October 14, 2020 with the aim of sharing DSMEs Projects tips and tricks on what makes