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06/12/2018 - 07/12/2018
"Boosting the circular economy among SMEs in Europe" project final conference on December 6th and 7th in the Egg (Brussels, Belgium)
Type: Project
Make Offenbach more attractive for start-ups.
Type: Project
Circular Economy for SMEs - CESME has kicked off in Wales in May 17th.
Type: Project
The European Economic and Social Committee’s 2016 Opinion on “The digital pillar of growth: e-seniors, a potential of 25 of the...
Type: Project
There is a high demand for SME development in the Romanian West region and they remain available despite de Covid-19 pandemic
Type: Project
Municipality of Florence organizes a conference Access to credit and other opportunities for SMEs, Florence - 19 January 2017
Type: Project
SMARTY will organise structured policy learning among its partners with a view to supporting SMEs as they embrace the Industry 4.0 revolution.
Type: Project
The programme is launched as part of the EDIOP of Hungary, with the aim of supporting SMEs' competitiveness through better access to finance.
Location: Dél-Alföld, Hungary (Magyarország)
Project: REBORN
Lead Partner: Government of Catalonia – Department of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Food
QUALIFY has been designed to foster the competitiveness of the SMEs in the agrifood sector by tackling a challenge that affects the involved regions and the whole EU (as stated by the European Commission): The improvement of the quality processes of these SMEs.The fight against the fraud in the sector.The promotion of the authenticity in their products. Overcoming the barriers related to these challenges is to foster the reduction of costs, better chain values, better processes, and better products that will allow the tackled SMEs to grow and be more competitive in the national and international markets, where they need to enlarge their presence in front of larger companies, which are much less challenged by the presented topics. To work in this direction, the project tackles the ERDF funds devoted to increase SMEs competitiveness in 7 EU regions/states which are representative of the EU geographical dimension and which incorporate agrifood and SMEs as core aspects of their respective RIS3. The project aims at ensuring that when the projects funded under these schemes tackle agrifood SMEs they introduce aspects of quality, fraud prevention, and authenticity, which must complement the existing financial and non-financial instruments, enlarging the desired outcome: the growth of these SMEs. The project also aims at enlarging the capacities of the managing authorities, relevant SMEs representatives and other stakeholders to better tackle these aspects and develop better and more efficient projects. The main project outputs are: 7 policy instruments enlarged and improved through 7 action plans + monitoring systems, setting-up of a course with materials on the project topics for managing authorities and SMEs to foster an e-learning process, 35 stakeholder meetings, 4 dissemination events, 6 partner meetings with study visits, a continuous contact with national and EU institutions working in these topics, and over 50 best practices learned/exchanged.
The use of ESF Funds to provide microloans in order to support individuals with difficulties in accessing traditional credit channels to start up a business
Location: Sardegna, Italy (Italia)
Project: ATM for SMEs