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25/05/2020
The main output of the Regional Action Plan in Romania will be the two new projects and an awareness campaign in schools.
Type: Project
Lead Partner: Province of Fryslân
European island regions face several challenges: loss of population, isolation, vulnerable environments and limited economic activity, which is often small scale and focuses on few economic sectors, such as agriculture and tourism, due to the island regions' territorial characteristics. One of the largest threats islands faces, is the loss of popolation due to limited work opportunities, especially the young people and talent. However, the islands have their advantages compared to mainland: they have to be more self reliant, with stronger community involvement and isolation situation that can trigger innovations and provide a distinct, resourceful environment for experimental implementation of innovations.  Therefore, insular regions in this project want to address the opportunities of diversification of their economies by improving their innovation policies. Our project focus is to investigate and improve public policy measures in order to turn the islands into innovation "test-beds":  islands as innovation-promoting, experimental "probing and learning" environment which can keep and attract young, innovative and entreprenuerial people and activities to the islands.  This will be done through policy improvement, learning sessions, action plan development, good practice identification and sharing and active work on the islands with involvement of regional stakeholder groups. The project will collect and disseminate the knowledge gained in good practice directory and innovation guide for island regions. The project partnership consists of geographical islands or island regions/archipelagoes from The Netherlands, Denmark, Portugal, Estonia, France and Greece.
Implement energy saving learning and behaviour change with schools. The overall objective of the project is to reduce carbon emissions and costs in schools
Location: Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Project: REBUS
OOG (ENG: Support Point for Entrepreneurs Ghent) provides accessible and user-friendly insights in governmental services to entrepreneurs.
Location: Prov. Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium (Belgique-België)
Project: START EASY
Lead Partner: Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Tourism ‘until 31/12/2016 Regional Tourist Development Board of Auvergne’
Destination strategies for the competitiveness of the local SMEs The aim of Destination SMEs is to assist European territories in designing effective destination management strategies in order to provide tourist SMEs with a favourable environment for growth and improve their competitiveness.The project brings together 7 partners from 7 European countries (France, Italy, Malta, Ireland, Finland, Latvia, Slovenia) consisting of a mix of public authorities at national, regional and local level and agencies having a delegation of competences from their public authority. Creating effective tourist destinations Tourist SMEs need favourable conditions to succeed and to increase their competitiveness.  Only a well-managed "Destination" can offer such conditions.. how? Strengthening the identity of the territory Establishing a territorial tourist development strategy Ensuring a cohesion between the various tourist offers in the area Allowing cooperation among stake holders & an effective governance system The project: exchange of experiences and knowledge transfer Thanks to the interregional exchange, the analysis of policies and best practices from different countries and the involvement of relevant stakeholders within each area, the partners will have the opportunity to improve their territorial policies or to develop new destination management projects (action plans), giving an effective support to SMEs of the tourist sector.
Creation of a practical guideline explaining the bureaucratic and administrative procedures to start an aquaculture business, from A to Z.
Location: Liguria, Italy (Italia)
Project: EXTRA-SMEs
10/07/2017
Less than 40% of Europeans consider self-employment as their first choice and access to finance is a key barrier.
Type: Platform
24/08/2020
The TRINNO project explains how a voucher scheme in Slovenia has been key to helping SMEs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
28/11/2019
This event focused on presentation of good practices identified in partner regions aimed to promote energy efficient measures in cultural patrimony buildings
Type: Project
14/05/2020
OPIC Managing Authority launches project selection procedure BG16RFOP002-2.073 "Support to micro and small enterprises to overcome the economic consequences of ...
Type: Project