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Nicosia’s Pop Up festival is a celebration of the capitals’ CCIs and their power to stimulate change for social & economic development and urban revitalization.
Location: Κύπρος, Cyprus (Κυπρος)
Project: Cult-CreaTE
Lead Partner: i-Trans / Transports Terrestres Promotion
Europe has always been a step ahead regarding sustainable transport mode in comparison with the rest of the world and Europe has developed valuable expertise and innovation in the railway sector. That is why, railway is identified in many RIS3. However due to a fierce competition in particular from emerging industries, the whole sector and especially SME are facing big challenges regarding their competitiveness (pricebased vs. innovationbased competitiveness). To tackle this challenge, regions with the help of the EC, put efforts to encourage R&I joint activities (triple helix concept) by offering innovation delivery support in the ERDF OP (direct fundings, cluster policy...). Other initiatives have been launched towards the railway sector but it has been pointed out that SME have specific issues due to the way public transport works, the specificities of its value chain and its market structure (few big companies with thousands of SMEs, few profit margin, low innovation culture, etc.). Taking this into consideration, the RECORD project aims at helping SME to invest more and better in innovation activities by redesigning the regional policy instruments. To do so, we plan individual work to be compared with partnering regions and analyzed. Benchmark and brainstorming sessions with local stakeholders will help draw provenoriented conclusions and develop new approaches together. To have comparability and to be able to share experiences and learn from each other, it is key to admit regional policy structure, industrial environment and clusters differences. Stakeholders engagement in this project is very important as it will be the first time managing authorities, clusters, businesses, universities, other funding organizations, regions etc. are working together early in the political process in the railway sector. This lends credibility and builds solid foundation to develop a framework that will be accepted for implementation.
Lead Partner: Regional Development Agency of Murcia Region
SCALE UP plans to improve policy instruments supporting SMEs capacity to growth in national and international markets. Main objective of SCALE UP is to contribute to European competitiveness and accelerate regional economic growth through the improvement of 6 policy instruments linked to business growth and robustness. SCALE UP represents six EU regions (plus Advisory partner) with different stages of development in terms of industry SMEs scale up but common needs. The following scale-up key areas have been identified to work in the project: New business collaborative models; Improve collaborative culture between science, technology, innovation & industrial companies; Regional smart specialisation sectors in form of partnerships/networks/clusters; use & adaptation to new technologies and accessing to finance tools. SCALE UP work plan has been designed following a coherent and integrated approach where all the activities are interlinked and framed in a logical path. The approach starts with an analysis of partners’ local situations to identify valuable practices which will be then reviewed (through site visits and peer reviews) in a perspective of transfer and adaptation, to design and implement 6 action plans. These stages are backed up by structured activities and a learning process to improve the level of development of business scaling policies and knowledge of key actors (Interreg. Policy Learning Events, brokerage events, roundtables, open innovation seminars, etc). Stakeholders Action Groups will be created in each region and main local & regional actors will be actively involved in the whole interregional learning process. Scale-up business is part of the objective of supporting SMEs growth, to support regional authorities to respond adequately to key obstacles that obstruct industry sector on their path to growth taking into account the conditions of the current worldwide markets.
Arbeitsgemeinschaft City e.V. is an association of businesses and cultural institutions in the Berlin town centre, that has been operating since 1974.
Location: Berlin, Germany (Deutschland)
Project: ABCitiEs
The renewed system made it possible to support clusters only with improved cooperation and international activities and capacities
Location: Közép-Magyarország, Hungary (Magyarország)
Project: CLUSTERS3
The pilot for the Citizen Interest Board met regularly to discuss MKC policies. The focus was on possible improvements to MKC policy on water conservation.
Location: Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Project: INTENSIFY
The aftercare funds is to guarantee enough funding for the aftercare of closed landfills. This is to control and reduce risks for society and the environment.
Location: Zuid-Holland, Netherlands (Nederland)
Project: COCOON
A participation process of business, science and stakeholders related to the Research and Innovation Strategy (RIS3) Schleswig-Holstein.
Location: Arnsberg, Germany (Deutschland)
Project: MARIE
Public call for tenders to develop and maintain network of advisory services abroad to boost the internationalisation of Slovenian economy.
Location: Zahodna Slovenija, Slovenia (Slovenija)
Project: INTRA
Reduction of pollution emissions from single family houses thermo-modernization, replacement of heat sources. Support for people affected by energy poor people
Location: Opolskie, Poland (Polska)
Project: POWERTY