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Shortcut to new knowledge

Summary: Shortcut to New Knowledge was initiated by CDR in 2011 and completed in 2014. Financed by CDR and the ERDF, and operated by Aarhus University, Denmark.

Location: Midtjylland, Denmark (Danmark)

Strategic Use of Design

Summary: Strategic use of design is about utilising methods and tools from the world of design systematically to create new business opportunities.

Location: Syddanmark, Denmark (Danmark)

Workshop 6 - Building capacity for design

29/05/2019

Two years into the project, Design for Innovation partners met in Cardiff on 21-22 May for a...

Type: Project

Building capacity for design - Part 2

26/05/2019

We are sharing our discussions on what works for building capacity for design in business support...

Type: Project

Building capacity for design - Part 1

26/05/2019

We are sharing our discussions on what works for building capacity for design in business support...

Type: Project

Workshop 6 - Building capacity for design

21/05/2019 - 22/05/2019

The sixth combined steering committee meeting, knowledge exchange workshop and study visit hosted by...

Type: Project

CeFAS - Creativity applied to innovation through improvement of...

Summary: Innovative training sessions aimed to the improvement of the creative processes as instrument necessary to guarantee the innovation process and growth for SME

Location: Lazio, Italy (Italia)

TOP 500 Innovators: Science - Management – Commercialization...

Summary: Science-Management Commercialization Program addressed to the Polish scientific community created to help bridge the gap between academia and business.

Location: Mazowieckie, Poland (Polska)

SMEs capacity for innovation in Bulgaria

24/09/2017

Gabrovo 3rd Stakeholders Workshop, 19th September 2017

Type: Project

Percorsi Erratici: a responsible and open innovation network of...

Summary: Percorsi Erratici is an open innovation network of over 30 enterprises (mostly SMEs) jointly generating, designing and developing sustainable innovations.

Location: Emilia-Romagna, Italy (Italia)