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Slovenia (Slovenija) Scroll down for information about the bodies responsible for Structural Funds programmes and about the first level control or ask directly Interreg Europe representative in Slovenia (Slovenija). Duša Sodnik +386 1 400 34 77 Send me an email Organisation Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy Kotnikova 5 SI-1000 Ljubljana Slovenia (Slovenija) View website × Contact Duša Sorry, there was an error submitting your enquiry. Please try again. Please check the recaptcha field below. Thank you, your message has been sent. Complete the form below to send Duša a message... First name: Last name: Email address: Message: Send Display Project Ideas Display Events Display Projects Country-specific information COVID-19 measures First level control information National guidance and downloads COVID-19 measures Reporting and Eligibility of Expenditure during the COVID-19 Pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic, which leaves the whole world faced with unprecedented challenges, calls for a rapid and efficient response in all spheres of life. Thus, the National Control, which is responsible for carrying out first level control for the European Territorial Cooperation (ETC) Programmes, has adjusted its work process and procedures and put in place several measures to ensure successful reporting and see to it that spending of EU funding continues uninterrupted. To this end, the National Control will take into due account the developments surrounding the COVID-19 crisis and its impact as well as the recommendations made by the government in relation to the crisis, and will verify any expenditure incurred during this particular period in compliance with the rules of each individual ETC Programme. See also https://www.interregeurope.eu/news-and-events/news/8152/covid-19-temporary-measures-for-our-projects/ In addition to the programme rules for Interreg Europe 2014-2020 Programme, we would like to bring to your attention the following:should you, as a result of the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, fail to provide or supply the relevant required documentation or supply documentation that has not been appropriately signed (time-sheets, statements, periodic reports, work assignments, letters etc.), we ask you to send the documentation unsigned or enclose a letter explaining that all or part of the documentation could not be supplied due to circumstances;any expenditure that the National Control fails to verify and validate due to circumstances, will not be included in the current report and will be subject to verification and validation, along with the supporting and missing documentation,  during the next review of the project progress report. The above-mentioned expenditure will have to be reported again, both in the system and in the paper form;the expenditure for the public employees working on EU projects from home will be considered eligible equally to the expenditure for the work done on the official premises of an organisation should they incur in relation to the implementation of project activities and achievement of project results;should you fail to prepare the documents in the paper form, the documentation can be saved and submitted in an electronic format on a data carrier (USB stick, secondary storage device etc.). Should you switch to submitting electronic versions of documents, we ask you to submit the documentation in the paper form including all the relevant signatures once the COVID-19 pandemic is over.Because there are so many different scenarios and situations for all of you, there can be no one-size-fits-all solution to address the situation. Thus, we invite you to reach us by sending an e-mail to [email protected] should you have any further questions regarding the eligibility of expenditure and reporting. Our website will be regularly updated with any further information and potential additional recommendations so stay tuned https://www.eu-skladi.si/sl/evropsko-teritorialno-sodelovanje/transnacionalno-sodelovanje-1/informacije-in-navodila-prvostopenjske-kontrole  First level control information This section provides information on the system set up for first level control in your country. Any costs associated with this control are indicated so they can be planned for in any project budget. The system Slovenia has opted for a centralised first level control system. Expenditure of Slovenian project partners will thus have to be checked and confirmed by the following body: Republic of Slovenia Government Office for Development and European Cohesion PolicyEuropean Territorial cooperation and Financial Mechanisms Office Kotnikova 5, 1000 Ljubljana Contact person: Maja Martinsek Head of the Control division – ETC, IPA and IFM programmes Phone: +386 (0)1 400 3423 E-mail:[email protected] The project partners are requested to submit their progress report to the first level control body for verification and confirmation within 15 days after the end of each reporting period in line with the Guidelines for reporting eligible expenditures for SI beneficiaries. The costs The above-mentioned body will perform the first level control free of charge to Slovenian project partners.  On-the-spot checks The first level control body will organise on-the-spot-checks on a sample basis using a risk-based approach. National guidance and downloads Attachments to guidelines for reporting eligible costsGuidelines for Reporting Eligible Expenditures for Sl beneficiaries version 2Amendments to the Guidelines for reporting on eligible expenditures for Slovenian beneficiaries in the period 2014-2020 (corrigendum)Daily timesheet of employee for the projectGuidelines for filling in the daily timesheet of employee for the project Latest news from Slovenia (Slovenija) 22/01/2021 The most popular SME story from TRINNO Over 300 people voted for their favourite stories from our result publication. Check the interview with TRINNO's Slovenian partner who topped the SME list. Type: Programme 24/08/2020 #Europecooperates: helping SMEs go digital in Slovenia The TRINNO project explains how a voucher scheme in Slovenia has been key to helping SMEs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Type: Programme, Project 27/05/2020 Entrepreneurial challenge for youth in the new form SRC Bistra Ptuj, along with School Center Ptuj organized the Entrepreneurial Challenge for Youth 2020 which took place digitally via the Zoom video platform. Type: Project 11/05/2020 Mitigation of COVID-19 epidemic on Slovenian economy This is an overview of Slovenian measures to mitigate the economic impact of Covid-19 epidemic, designed to help SMEs. Type: Project Latest Projects Destination SMEs Destination SMEs Slovenia (Slovenija) BUILD2LC BOOSTING LOW CARBON INNOVATIVE BUILDING REHABILITATION IN EUROPEAN REGIONS Slovenia (Slovenija) REGIO-MOB Interregional Learning towards Sustainable Mobility in Europe: the REGIO-MOB... Slovenia (Slovenija) INNOGROW Regional policies for innovation driven competitiveness and growth of rural SMEs Slovenia (Slovenija) INTRA Internationalisation of regional SMEs Slovenia (Slovenija) CD-ETA Collaborative Digitization of  Natural and Cultural Heritage Slovenia (Slovenija) SMART-MR SUSTAINABLE MEASURES FOR ACHIEVING RESILIENT TRANSPORTATION IN METROPOLITAN... Slovenia (Slovenija) RETRACE A Systemic Approach for Regions Transitioning towards a Circular Economy Slovenia (Slovenija) TRINNO Business ecosystem for TRadition and INNOvation Slovenia (Slovenija) SYMBI Industrial Symbiosis for Regional Sustainable Growth and a Resource Efficient... Slovenia (Slovenija) CRE:HUB policies for cultural CREative industries: the HUB for innovative regional... Slovenia (Slovenija) RESOLVE RESOLVE: sustainable mobility and the transition to a low-carbon retailing... Slovenia (Slovenija) BID-REX From Biodiversity Data to Decisions: enhancing natural value through improved... Slovenia (Slovenija) BIO4ECO Sustainable regional bioenergy policies: a game changer Slovenia (Slovenija) ERUDITE Enhancing Rural and Urban Digital Innovation Territories Slovenia (Slovenija) BRIDGES Bridging competence infrastructure gaps and speeding up growth and jobs delivery... Slovenia (Slovenija) HIGHER Better Policy Instruments for High Innovation Projects in the European Regions Slovenia (Slovenija) HoCare Delivery of Innovative solutions for Home Care by strengthening quadruple-helix... Slovenia (Slovenija) ZEROCO2 Promotion of near zero CO2 emission buildings due to energy use Slovenia (Slovenija) SOCIAL SEEDS Exploiting Potentials of Social Enterprises through Standardized European... Slovenia (Slovenija) PERFECT Planning for Environment and Resource eFficiency in European Cities and Towns Slovenia (Slovenija) DEMO-EC DEvelopment of sustainable MObility management in European Cities Slovenia (Slovenija) P-IRIS Policies to improve rural areas' innovation systems by professionalising... Slovenia (Slovenija) EMPOWER More carbon reduction by dynamically monitoring energy efficiency Slovenia (Slovenija) ITHACA InnovaTion in Health And Care for All Slovenia (Slovenija) Rural SMEs Policies to develop entrepreneurship and innovative SMEs in rural areas Slovenia (Slovenija) CLEAN Technologies and open innovation for low-carbon regions Slovenia (Slovenija) Urban M Urban Manufacturing - Stimulating Innovation Through Collaborative Maker Spaces Slovenia (Slovenija) Night Light Improving regional policies to reduce light pollution and protect and valorise... Slovenia (Slovenija) Innova Foster Fostering startup & innovation ecosystems in Europe Slovenia (Slovenija) STOB regions Succession and Transfer of Business in Regions Slovenia (Slovenija) Road-CSR A Roadmap for Integrating Corporate Social Responsibility into EU Member States... Slovenia (Slovenija) CircE European regions toward Circular Economy Slovenia (Slovenija) BIOGOV Celebrating Biodiversity Governance Slovenia (Slovenija) STAR Cities Sustainable Tourism for Attractivity of Riverside Cities Slovenia (Slovenija) WINPOL Waste Management Intelligent Systems and Policies Slovenia (Slovenija) InnovaSPA Innovative health solutions for thermal spa regions Slovenia (Slovenija) SILVER SMEs Identification and Implementation of Regional Policies to take advantage of the... Slovenia (Slovenija) e-MOPOLI Electro MObility as driver to support POLicy Instruments for sustainable... Slovenia (Slovenija) ECO-CICLE European network for the promotion of cycle tourism in natural areas Slovenia (Slovenija) Innova-FI Financial Instruments for Innovation Slovenia (Slovenija) CYBER Regional policies for competitive cybersecurity SMEs Slovenia (Slovenija) OSS One Stop Shop towards competetive SMEs, focusing on the ecosystem for the first... Slovenia (Slovenija) DeCarb Supporting the clean energy transition of coal-intensive EU regions Slovenia (Slovenija) AQUARES Water reuse policies advancement for resource efficient European regions Slovenia (Slovenija) RENATUR Improving regional policies to better protect natural heritage of peri-urban... Slovenia (Slovenija) QUALIFY Quality standards and authenticity to foster competitiveness of agrifood SMEs Slovenia (Slovenija) CARPE DIGEM Catalysing Regions in Peripheral and Emerging Europe towards Digital Innovation... Slovenia (Slovenija) LCA4Regions Improved Environment and Resource Efficiency through use of Life Cycle... Slovenia (Slovenija) ACSELL ACcelerating SmE innovation capacities with a Living Lab approach Slovenia (Slovenija) DIGITAL REGIONS Regional policies adopting Industry 4.0 for their Digital Transformation Slovenia (Slovenija) INNO INDUSTRY Improving innovation delivery of policies within 4.0 industry in Europe. Slovenia (Slovenija) SME POWER SMEs powering a low carbon future Slovenia (Slovenija) RAMSAT Revitalizing Remote And Mountainous areas through Sustainable Alternative... 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Slovakia (Slovensko) Scroll down for information about the bodies responsible for Structural Funds programmes and about the first level control or ask directly Interreg Europe representative in Slovakia (Slovensko). Miroslava Dianiskova +421 248545019 Send me an email Organisation Ministry of Economy of the SR Mlynské nivy 44/a Bratislava 827 15 Slovakia (Slovensko) View website × Contact Miroslava Sorry, there was an error submitting your enquiry. Please try again. Please check the recaptcha field below. Thank you, your message has been sent. Complete the form below to send Miroslava a message... First name: Last name: Email address: Message: Send Display Project Ideas Display Events Display Projects Country-specific information First level control information First level control information This section provides information on the system set up for first level control in your country. Any costs associated with this control are indicated so they can be planned for in any project budget. The systemThe Slovak Republic has opted for a centralised first level control system. Expenditure of Slovak project partners will thus have to be checked and confirmed by the following body:The Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic,Department of Bilateral Trade Cooperation under the Section of Industry Development and InvestmentsMierova 19, 827 15 BratislavaSlovak RepublicContact person:Miroslava Dianiskova, Senior State Counsellor of BTC DepartmentPhone : + 421 2 4854 5019Fax : + 421 2 4854 1705E-mail : [email protected] The project partners are required to submit their progress report to the first level control body for verification and confirmation as soon as possible after the end of each reporting period. In case of clarification requests the project partners will be granted 7 working days to reply (after receipt of the draft control report).The costs The above-mentioned body will perform the first level control free of charge for Slovakian project partners. On-the-spot checks The first level control body will organise on-the-spot-checks at least once during the project lifetime. Furthermore, risk based sampling will be applied to select project partners for additional on-the-spot checks. Ministry of Economy of the SR may also decide to carry out on-the-spot check based on whistleblowing. Downloads Relevant programme documents can be found at:  http://www.mhsr.sk/programove-dokumenty/140993s Latest Projects SWARE Sustainable heritage management of WAterway REgions Slovakia (Slovensko) LAST MILE Sustainable mobility for the last mile in tourism regions Slovakia (Slovensko) OSIRIS Open Social Innovation policies driven by co-creative Regional Innovation... Slovakia (Slovensko) BIOREGIO Regional circular economy models and best available technologies for biological... Slovakia (Slovensko) PERFECT Planning for Environment and Resource eFficiency in European Cities and Towns Slovakia (Slovensko) CRinMA Cultural resources in the mountain areas Slovakia (Slovensko) Green Screen Greening the creative industries: improving policy practices for the European... Slovakia (Slovensko) Urban M Urban Manufacturing - Stimulating Innovation Through Collaborative Maker Spaces Slovakia (Slovensko) ClusterFY Fostering Clusters’ Interregional Collaboration and Integration into... Slovakia (Slovensko) ELISE European LIfe Science Ecosystems Slovakia (Slovensko) PROMETEUS PROMotion of E-mobiliTy in EU regionS Slovakia (Slovensko) CREADIS3 Smart Specialisation Creative Districts Slovakia (Slovensko) SOCENT SPAs Social Entrepreneurship in Sparsely Populated Areas Slovakia (Slovensko) INTENSIFY More Carbon Reduction through Intense Community Engagement Slovakia (Slovensko) RECORD Regions in Europe Coordinate and Optimize innovation and competitiveness policy... Slovakia (Slovensko) CYBER Regional policies for competitive cybersecurity SMEs Slovakia (Slovensko) ALICE Animation League for Increased Cooperation in Europe Slovakia (Slovensko) RFC Recapture the Fortress Cities Slovakia (Slovensko) BRESE Border Regions in Europe for Social Entrepreneurship Slovakia (Slovensko) INNO INDUSTRY Improving innovation delivery of policies within 4.0 industry in Europe. Slovakia (Slovensko) e-smartec enhanced sustainable mobility with marketing techniques Slovakia (Slovensko) SHREC SHifting towards Renewable Energy for Transition to Low Carbon Energy Slovakia (Slovensko) See all projects from Slovakia (Slovensko) setTimeout(function () { ;(function(root, factory) { if (typeof define === 'function' && define.amd) { define(['jquery'], factory); } else if (typeof exports === 'object') { module.exports = factory(require('jquery')); } else { root.jquery_dotdotdot_js = factory(root.jQuery); } }(this, function(jQuery) { /* * jQuery dotdotdot 3.0.5 * @requires jQuery 1.7.0 or later * * dotdotdot.frebsite.nl * * Copyright (c) Fred Heusschen * www.frebsite.nl * * License: CC-BY-NC-4.0 * http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/ */ !function(t){"use strict";function e(){a=t(window),s={},r={},o={},t.each([s,r,o],function(t,e){e.add=function(t){t=t.split(" ");for(var n=0,i=t.length;ni)){t[n]=function(t,e){this.$dot=t,this.api=["getInstance","truncate","restore","destroy","watch","unwatch"],this.opts=e;var i=this.$dot.data(n);return i&&i.destroy(),this.init(),this.truncate(),this.opts.watch&&this.watch(),this},t[n].version=i,t[n].uniqueId=0,t[n].defaults={ellipsis:"… ",truncate:"word",tolerance:0,keep:null,watch:"window"},t[n].prototype={init:function(){this.watchTimeout=null,this.watchInterval=null,this.uniqueId=t[n].uniqueId++,this.originalContent=this.$dot.contents(),this.originalStyle=this.$dot.attr("style")||"",this.maxHeight=this._getMaxHeight()+this.opts.tolerance,"break-word"!==this.$dot.css("word-wrap")&&this.$dot.css("word-wrap","break-word"),"nowrap"===this.$dot.css("white-space")&&this.$dot.css("white-space","normal")},getInstance:function(){return this},truncate:function(){var e=this;this.$inner=this.$dot.wrapInner("").children().css({display:"block",height:"auto",width:"auto",border:"none",padding:0,margin:0}),this.$inner.contents().detach().end().append(this.originalContent.clone(!0)),this.$inner.find("script, style").addClass(s.keep),this.opts.keep&&this.$inner.find(this.opts.keep).addClass(s.keep),this.$inner.find("*").not("."+s.keep).add(this.$inner).contents().each(function(){var n=this,i=t(this);if(3==n.nodeType){if(i.prev().is("table, thead, tfoot, tr, th, td, dl, dt, dd, ul, ol, li, video"))return void i.remove();if(i.parent().contents().length>1){var r=t(''+e.__getTextContent(n)+"").css({display:"inline",height:"auto",width:"auto",border:"none",padding:0,margin:0});i.replaceWith(r)}}else 8==n.nodeType&&i.remove()});var n=this._truncateNode(this.$dot);return this.$dot[n?"addClass":"removeClass"](s.truncated),this.$inner.find("."+s.text).each(function(){t(this).replaceWith(t(this).contents())}),this.$inner.find("."+s.keep).removeClass(s.keep),this.$inner.replaceWith(this.$inner.contents()),this.$inner=null,n},restore:function(){this.unwatch(),this.$dot.contents().detach().end().append(this.originalContent).attr("style",this.originalStyle).removeClass(s.truncated)},destroy:function(){this.restore(),this.$dot.data(n,null)},watch:function(){var t=this;this.unwatch();var e={};"window"==this.opts.watch?a.on(o.resize+t.uniqueId,function(n){t.watchTimeout&&clearTimeout(t.watchTimeout),t.watchTimeout=setTimeout(function(){e=t._watchSizes(e,a,"width","height")},100)}):this.watchInterval=setInterval(function(){e=t._watchSizes(e,t.$dot,"innerWidth","innerHeight")},500)},unwatch:function(){a.off(o.resize+this.uniqueId),this.watchInterval&&clearInterval(this.watchInterval),this.watchTimeout&&clearTimeout(this.watchTimeout)},_api:function(){var e=this,n={};return t.each(this.api,function(t){var i=this;n[i]=function(){var t=e[i].apply(e,arguments);return"undefined"==typeof t?n:t}}),n},_truncateNode:function(e){var n=this,i=!1,r=!1;return t(e.children().get().reverse()).not("."+s.keep).each(function(){var e=(t(this).contents()[0],t(this));if(!i&&!e.hasClass(s.keep)){if(e.children().length)i=n._truncateNode(e);else if(!n._fits()||r){var o=t("").css("display","none");if(e.replaceWith(o),e.detach(),n._fits()){if("node"==n.opts.truncate)return!0;o.replaceWith(e),i=n._truncateWord(e),i||(r=!0,e.detach())}else o.remove()}e.contents().length||e.remove()}}),i},_truncateWord:function(t){var e=t.contents()[0];if(!e)return!1;for(var n=this,i=this.__getTextContent(e),s=i.indexOf(" ")!==-1?" 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Finland (Suomi) Scroll down for information about the bodies responsible for Structural Funds programmes and about the first level control or ask directly Interreg Europe representative in Finland (Suomi). Petri Haapalainen +358 2950 64922 Send me an email Organisation Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment of Finland Enterprises and Regional Development Department P.O.Box 32 FI-00023 Government Finland (Suomi) View website × Contact Petri Sorry, there was an error submitting your enquiry. Please try again. Please check the recaptcha field below. Thank you, your message has been sent. Complete the form below to send Petri a message... First name: Last name: Email address: Message: Send Annukka Mäkinen +358 (9) 771 2530 Send me an email Organisation Association of Finnish Local and Regional Authorities Toinen linja 14, Helsinki 00530 Finland (Suomi) View website × Contact Annukka Sorry, there was an error submitting your enquiry. Please try again. Please check the recaptcha field below. Thank you, your message has been sent. Complete the form below to send Annukka a message... First name: Last name: Email address: Message: Send Display Project Ideas Display Events Display Projects Country-specific information First level control information First level control information This section provides information on the system set up for first level control in your country. Any costs associated with this control are indicated so they can be planned for in any project budget. The system Finland has opted for a decentralised first level control system. Before the first expenditure can be reported, the project partners will have to propose an independent internal or external controller to the following body: Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment Regional Department P.O. Box 32, FI-00023 Government, Finland www.tem.fi/eay/valvonta Contact person: Ms Tuula Manelius Phone : +358 10 60 64909 Fax : + 358 10 60 47027 E-mail : [email protected] This body will authorise the controller proposed by the project partner after having checked that the controller is sufficiently independent from project activities and finances and qualified to carry out the control of an INTERREG Europe project. Further guidance on the first level control system in Finland and the application form for the appoitment of the first level controller can be found on the following internet address (in English, Finnish and Swedish): www.rakennerahastot.fi/web/eay/ensimmaisen-tason-valvonta-flc. The costs The costs resulting from the control can be reported as eligible costs in compliance with the relevant EU-regulations and programme rules. On-the-spot checks The first level controllers will carry out on-the-spot-checks at least once during the project lifetime. Latest news from Finland (Suomi) 22/05/2020 Lapland's response to Covid-19 with structural funds Actions taken by regional development and structural funds in Lapland to react to the Covid-19 outbreak. Type: Project 17/04/2020 Hack The Crisis Finland Hack the Crisis Finland is an online hackathon organised by local companies, startups and tech communities, supported by the Finnish government. Type: Project 19/11/2019 Boosting entrepreneurship all across Europe Find out how Finland succeeded in improving the support to young entrepreneurs thanks to interregional cooperation. Type: Programme 25/07/2019 Interregional cooperation with a Finnish twist Finland holds the Presidency of the Council of the European Union from 1 July to 31 December 2019. See how the country is involved in Interreg Europe. Type: Programme 23/04/2018 Towards synergies for industrial modernisation Interreg Europe projects and S3P-Industry partnerships explore synergies for future collaboration. Type: Platform, Project, Programme Latest Projects Destination SMEs Destination SMEs Finland (Suomi) SKILLS+ Supporting knowledge capacity in ICT among SME to engage in growth and... Finland (Suomi) SME ORGANICS Enhancing SME competitiveness and sustainability in the organic sector Finland (Suomi) InnoBridge Bridging the innovation gap through converting R&D results into commercial... Finland (Suomi) RuralGrowth RuralGrowth - increasing competitiveness of SMEs in the rural visitor economy... Finland (Suomi) SMART-MR SUSTAINABLE MEASURES FOR ACHIEVING RESILIENT TRANSPORTATION IN METROPOLITAN... Finland (Suomi) NICHE Building innovative food value chains in regions Finland (Suomi) SYMBI Industrial Symbiosis for Regional Sustainable Growth and a Resource Efficient... Finland (Suomi) OSIRIS Open Social Innovation policies driven by co-creative Regional Innovation... Finland (Suomi) SmartPilots Improving policies in support of shared pilot facilities to increase their... 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Sweden (Sverige) Scroll down for information about the bodies responsible for Structural Funds programmes and about the first level control or ask directly Interreg Europe representative in Sweden (Sverige). Maria Eriksson + 46 8405 1363 Send me an email Organisation Ministry for Enterprise & Innovation Mäster Samuelsgatan 7010333 Stockholm Stockholm SE-10333 Sweden (Sverige) View website × Contact Maria Sorry, there was an error submitting your enquiry. Please try again. Please check the recaptcha field below. Thank you, your message has been sent. Complete the form below to send Maria a message... First name: Last name: Email address: Message: Send Display Project Ideas Display Events Display Projects Country-specific information First level control information First level control information This section provides information on the system set up for first level control in your country. Any costs associated with this control are indicated so they can be planned for in any project budget. The system Sweden has opted for a centralised first level control system. Expenditure of Swedish project partners will thus have to be checked and confirmed by the following body: Tillväxtverket / The Swedish Agency for Economic and regional Growth Internationell regionsamverkan / International interaction region Box 3034, SE 83103, Ostersund, Sweden Head of Unit: Tommy AnjevallPhone: + 46 8 6819616 E-mail: [email protected] Head of controlling group:Gabriella FredrikssonPhone: + 46 8 681 92 07E-mail: [email protected] Controller dedicated to Interreg Europe:      Håkan FlyktPhone: +46 8 681 91 66E-mail: [email protected]   Other Swedish controllers: Mårten Sandström, ÖstersundKent Malm, ÖstersundPär Stuberg, ÖstersundPia Holm, ÖstersundErik Strindlund, ÖstersundBirgitta Pettersson, ÖstersundTherese Sterner, Östersund Johanna Möller, MalmöDino Alajbegovic, MalmöIsabella Adamborg, MalmöJeton Momcilla, MalmöMarie Petersson, MalmöSofie Blomqwist, Malmö Click here for Swedish FLC page. The costs The above-mentioned body will perform the first level control free of charge to Swedish project partners. On-the-spot checks The first level control body will organise on-the-spot-checks on a sample basis using a risk-based approach. Latest news from Sweden (Sverige) 15/02/2019 A new Peer Review brings together regions in Europe After receiving 13 applications for the new Peer Review service, the Policy Learning Platform has approved 7 proposals. Type: Platform Latest Projects REBUS Renovation for Energy efficient BUildingS Sweden (Sverige) BUILD2LC BOOSTING LOW CARBON INNOVATIVE BUILDING REHABILITATION IN EUROPEAN REGIONS Sweden (Sverige) TRAM Towards new Regional Action plans for sustainable urban Mobility Sweden (Sverige) CISMOB Cooperative information platform for low carbon and sustainable mobility        ... Sweden (Sverige) SMART-MR SUSTAINABLE MEASURES FOR ACHIEVING RESILIENT TRANSPORTATION IN METROPOLITAN... Sweden (Sverige) Beyond EDP Improve the RIS3 effectiveness through the management of the entrepreneurial... Sweden (Sverige) SUPER Supporting eco-innovations towards international markets Sweden (Sverige) RESOLVE RESOLVE: sustainable mobility and the transition to a low-carbon retailing... Sweden (Sverige) OSIRIS Open Social Innovation policies driven by co-creative Regional Innovation... Sweden (Sverige) S34Growth Enhancing policies through interregional cooperation: New industrial value... Sweden (Sverige) ERUDITE Enhancing Rural and Urban Digital Innovation Territories Sweden (Sverige) COMPETE IN Competitive territories through internationalisation: SMEs competitiveness in... Sweden (Sverige) CHRISTA Culture and Heritage for Responsible, Innovative and Sustainable Tourism Actions... Sweden (Sverige) HIGHER Better Policy Instruments for High Innovation Projects in the European Regions Sweden (Sverige) TRIS Transition Regions towards Industrial Symbiosis Sweden (Sverige) CLUSTERIX 2.0 New Models of Innovation for Strategic Cluster Partnerships Sweden (Sverige) Social Green Regional Policies towards Greening the Social Housing Sector Sweden (Sverige) Green Screen Greening the creative industries: improving policy practices for the European... Sweden (Sverige) EMPOWER More carbon reduction by dynamically monitoring energy efficiency Sweden (Sverige) KISS ME KISS ME - Knowledge & Innovation Strategies involving SME in the context of... Sweden (Sverige) EV Energy Electric Vehicles for City Renewable Energy Supply. Sweden (Sverige) School Chance SCHOOL mobility CHAllenge in regioNal poliCiEs Sweden (Sverige) Cult-RInG Cultural Routes as Investment for Growth and Jobs Sweden (Sverige) CLEAN Technologies and open innovation for low-carbon regions Sweden (Sverige) Green Pilgrimage Green Pilgrimage supporting natural and cultural heritage Sweden (Sverige) ENERSELVES Policy instruments for energy self-consumption in buildings Sweden (Sverige) ClusterFY Fostering Clusters’ Interregional Collaboration and Integration into... Sweden (Sverige) Inside Out EU New approaches to improve SME internationalisation support policies Sweden (Sverige) RaiSE Enhancing social enterprises competitiveness through improved business support... Sweden (Sverige) INNO INFRA SHARE Sharing strategies for European Research and Innovation Infrastructures Sweden (Sverige) SHARE Sustainable approach to cultural Heritage for the urban Areas Requalification in... Sweden (Sverige) SUPPORT Support Local Governments in Low Carbon Strategies Sweden (Sverige) BIOGOV Celebrating Biodiversity Governance Sweden (Sverige) UL2L UrbanLinks 2 Landscape Sweden (Sverige) SARURE Save Rural Retail Sweden (Sverige) FEMINA Female participation in high-tech enterprises Sweden (Sverige) SILVER SMEs Identification and Implementation of Regional Policies to take advantage of the... Sweden (Sverige) RECORD Regions in Europe Coordinate and Optimize innovation and competitiveness policy... Sweden (Sverige) SmartEdge Sustainable Metropolitan Areas and the Role of The Edge City Sweden (Sverige) LC Districts Towards low carbon city districts through the improvement of regional policies Sweden (Sverige) COHES3ION Integrating the territorial dimension for cohesive S3. Sweden (Sverige) PriMaaS Prioritizing low carbon mobility services for improving accessibility of... Sweden (Sverige) CARPE DIGEM Catalysing Regions in Peripheral and Emerging Europe towards Digital Innovation... Sweden (Sverige) SMEPlus Improving policy instruments to increase the energy efficiency in industrial... Sweden (Sverige) AERIAL UPTAKE Removing barriers to the uptake of innovative Unmanned Aerial Systems in the EU Sweden (Sverige) BIGDATA 4RIVERS Improving the European Rivers Water Quality through Smart Water Management... Sweden (Sverige) WLE Wildlife Economy : Nature as a viable Economic Alternative Sweden (Sverige) POTEnT Public Organisations Transform Energy Transition Sweden (Sverige) OptiWaMag Optimization of waste management in urban spaces and in households Sweden (Sverige) BETTER Stimulating regional innovation through better e-government services Sweden (Sverige) INNO INDUSTRY Improving innovation delivery of policies within 4.0 industry in Europe. Sweden (Sverige) InnoHEIs Improving Research and Innovation Infrastructure Performance: from Fragmented to... 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Project summary DEVISE, or ‘Digital tech SMEs at the service of Regional Smart Specialisation Strategies’ project, aims to give response to the current challenge that 9 European regions are facing to unlock and exploit the potential that digital tech SMEs have as enabler for the competitiveness of other SMEs belonging to sectors included in their Regional Smart Specialisation Strategies (RIS3).By 2021, DEVISE will increase by 15% the number of digital tech SMEs enabling competitiveness in other strategic sectors through improved policy instruments    We believe that more coordinated actions are required to foster the growth of digital SMEs providing innovative solutions that allow other sectors to be more competitive. In doing so, the project will follow an innovative intersectoral approach involving all the relevant stakeholders in the process of analysing the current context, learning from other EU regions and defining improved policies integrating the lessons learnt. €1,652,750.00 from 1 Jun 2018 to 30 Nov 2022 Topic SME competitiveness What will this project change? DEVISE will produce concrete outputs to develop the definition of 10 regional action plans that will help policy makers to improve the effectiveness of the instruments they are responsible through more focused actions.  The project will also put a lot of effort to set up 10 regional digital transformation enabling environments that will cooperate together. DEVISE will facilitate the creation of these environments formed by digital and other key sectors. Policy makers, business support organisations, educational centres and SMEs from the digital and other smart specialisation sectors will be the main participants and beneficiaries. These environments will bring improved coordination and increased collaboration between the digital sector and those belonging to other smart specialisation sectors.  Partnership Lead Partner Partner What policy instruments does the project address? Border, Midland and Western Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020 The BMW Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020 is a Regional Programme with a total funding package of €320m, 50% of which is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund. The Programme is comprised of 5 core Priorities in addition to a Technical Assistance Priority. The 5 Priorities are Research and Innovation, ICT Infrastructure, SME Support & Capability Development, the Low Carbon Economy and Sustainable Urban Development. The DEVISE proposal will embrace Priority 3 of the BMW Operational Programme, namely SME Support, Promotion and Capability Development. The DEVISE proposal aims to unlock the potential that digital tech SMEs have in boosting the competitiveness of those sectors identified as High Potential to enable the socio-economic growth of the partner regions. The Orientation of Priority 3 of the BMW Operational Programme targets the development of both micro enterprises and indigenous firms through enterprise training programmes, Business Incubation Programme supports as well as Management Development capacity building. In terms of projected outputs the Priority aims to support almost 16,000 enterprises, support over 1500 business start ups, as well as increase employment in the BMW region to 30,000 for Enterprise Ireland Clients and to 60,000 for client firms of Local Enterprise Offices in the region. DEVISE will help to improve these activities aimed to support innovative and growth-oriented SME start-ups and expansions in growing sectors. Which partners are working on this? Northern and Western Regional Assembly Donegal Digital Action Plan The project will address the Donegal Digital Action Plan. This is a plan developed within the framework of the County’s Local Economic and Community Planning (LECP). One of the three main goals of this instrument is to grow ‘An expanded digital cluster, home to indigenous and Foreign Direct Investment companies’ The action plan contains concrete actions to be implemented over the next years. Among them and relate to the issue addressed in DEVISE, the plan intends to be a catalyst for the following: • A number of new start-ups in the tech sector in County Donegal • Encourage existing businesses to use digital processes, increasing their ability to compete, sell additional products and services and create more jobs The revision of previous relevant “digital” work carried out in County Donegal has served to identify that the IT cluster in Letterkenny, with its mix of FDI and home grown companies provided a solid base for further job creation. There is a need to grow and expand the reach of the Letterkenny IT cluster to other areas within the County and apply its potential to give response and increase competitiveness of other strategic sectors in the county (i.e. tourism and food). At the moment, there is a gap to cover when it comes to the cross-sectoral role that digital can play as a enabler of other strategic sectors in the county. The potential of the digital sector is there but a facilitation and oriented support is required to maximize this potential. Which partners are working on this? European Regions Network for the Application of Communications Technology Romanian Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020 With an allocation of 40 million € budget, Priority Axis 2 of the ERDF OP for the West Region Romania aims to enhance SMEs' competitiveness focusing on Romania's high­growth economic sector. The investment priority concerned: 2.1: Promotion of the entrepreneurial spirit, especially through the facilitation of economical exploration of new ideas and by encouraging the creation of new enterprises. One way to increase the competitiveness of the region is related to the creation of high value added niches. The Regional Operational Programme is not sufficiently customized on business niches, on the development level of the digital tech companies, on the regional specificity of the business environment of each region.  Therefore, a sharper focus on digital tech entrepreneurship support is envisaged. This means moving towards very selective practical and financial assistance to enterprises in key sectors only and/or enterprises considered of “high­growth” potential. This implies turning away from an undifferentiated approach to a more specific one, focussing more on the business challenges and needs. There may still be a case for SME support to other sectors but only in less favoured areas of the Region. SME measures under ROP will also need to be reconfigured. Which partners are working on this? Regional Development Agency of the West Region Romania Cantabrian Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020 DEVISE will address the Cantabria Regional Operational Programme 2014 - 2020 and more concretely its thematic priority 3: SMEs competitiveness, With an ERDF allocation of: 52,657,054.00 €, the regional programme is based on 6 priorities being SMEs competitiveness the most important one in terms of budget allocation with a 37.58 % of the total budget. SMEs competitiveness is encouraged through the implementation of different regional measures targeted to improve the starting process of new companies and specially those from key sectors identified in the Cantabrian RIS3 (iCan2020). According to this regional strategy the digital sector, due to its capacity and cross-sectorial application, is one of the sectors with real potential to boost economic development, innovation and competitiveness. Although a big progress has been made in the way of orienting this policy instrument to provide specific support to those sectors identified as high potential for a smart growth and reflected in the RIS3, there is still a gap to cover in the way they can interact and in particular to exploit the contribution of the digital sector to increase the competitiveness within these sectors. As it’s identified in the Regional Operational Programme, SMEs from the region present a low critical mass and reduced levels of coordination that makes difficult their access to international markets and mobilise resources that allow them to innovate and grow. This issue must be addressed and improved. Which partners are working on this? Regional Government of Cantabria Strategic Plan San Sebastian 2020 DEVISE will address the “Strategic Plan San Sebastian 2020”, more concretely objective 7: to boost the entrepreneurial culture, training and offer the adequate conditions for the development of innovative business initiatives, especially considering the capacities the city accounts for. This becomes especially relevant to promote and position the emerging sectors identified in the city. The Smart Cluster is growing in the city. Within this Local Innovation Strategy, and through the "Smart City Plan" (2016-2020), one of the objectives is to position the city as a smart city and transform it as a smart city hub for SMEs. Aligned with the Strategic Plan, the "Strategic Commercial Plan" for the city analyses the economic measures aligned with the local commercial trends to improve the local offer and the competitiveness of the businesses. It is important to highlight the growth and relevance that local commerce has in the city. According to the local strategy, the economic competitiveness should be based on the balance between traditional activities that are city attractors (commerce) and the emerging and innovative initiatives (Smart, Digital, etc) The challenge is to promote knowledge-based initiatives and to integrate more traditional sectors in advanced innovative processes and models. This will enable the traditional businesses to compete at global level and position the city at the time that digital tech SMEs grow providing solutions for this purpose. Which partners are working on this? Fomento San Sebastian 2014-20 Northern Ireland ERDF Investment for Growth and Jobs Programme - Priority Axis 2 : Enhancing the competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises The project will specifically address Priority Axis 2 which corresponds to the thematic objective: Enhancing the competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises. Within it, the Local Economic Development (LED) activity will take place under Priority Axis 2 of the Programme. This Priority aims to enhance the Competitiveness of SMEs and is aligned with the transfer of economic functions that took place as part of the reform of Local Government in NI. The 11 Local Councils, among Derry City and Strabane District Council (DCSDC) is included, are the beneficiaries of this funding which is administered through Invest NI. The LED activity has one primary target which is the creation of jobs. This can be achieved either through start-up or business growth activity with particular focus on the micro and small business base (i.e. those with under 50 employees). DCSDC has secured ERDF funding under the LED measure to deliver the Business Boost Programme. This will be DCSDC principal business support and growth programme. It will provide specialist mentoring support to micro and small enterprises with the specific aim of supporting the development of a more prosperous economy. There is a need in focusing in those sectors with high potential, among them digital tech presents a significant opportunity to grow as a sector but also helping SMEs of others sectors including creative industries, culture and tourism, life sciences, agri food, engineering and textile manufacturing. Which partners are working on this? Derry City & Strabane District Council Operational programme Innovation and competitiveness 2014-2020 (OPIC) The Program’s main objective is the achievement of dynamic and competitive economy through the development of innovations, entrepreneurship, growth capacity of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME), energy and resource efficiency of enterprises. More concretely we will focus the Priority Axis 2 "Entrepreneurship and capacity for growth of SMEs", Investment Priority 2.2: Capacity for SMEs to grow which envisages support for the growth of businesses by improving the quality and by promoting the use of ICT and services. The digital tech companies are into the scope of support as related to the described objectives. This priority needs to be improved since on one hand, it sets a broad framework for improving the efficiency and competitiveness of enterprises through measures such as the implementation of new technologies, practices, methods, systems to improve resource efficiency and effectiveness in the production process, among others. On the other hand, it’s linked with the RIS3 thematic areas and is based on the regional specification of high-tech and knowledge-intensive products and services but the whole program does not focus specifically at digital companies, lacks on detailed description of the digital tech business opportunities and does not envisage specific measures oriented towards supporting the boosting the competitiveness of those sectors identified as high-potential for the socioeconomic growth of Bulgaria. Which partners are working on this? Business Agency Association Regional Strategy of South Ostrobothnia Regional Strategy of South Ostrobothnia directs the use of ERDF-funds in the region. Within it we will focus on Investment Priority 2: To increase companies’ competitiveness through a new kind of product development. This development work requires investments in the development of smart products, the utilisation of new materials in production and the integration of service business activities with products. In a product’s life cycle, the secondary market offers excellent opportunities for new business. Service business activities improve the profitability and international competitiveness of companies that manufacture machines and equipment. Present stage is that manufacturing SMEs show growing awareness for digitalisation. However, networking manufacturing and digi tech SMEs need still activation. There will be lack of digital tech SMEs in the region without specific actions, both growth and new companies are needed. Under the “Smart and energy efficient systems” SeAMK has guided the development of Digital Factory concept. Digital Factory concept means the management of the whole product lifecycle chain with digital tools. DEVISE will bring more practical and strategic approach for the Digital Factory and IoT-Compass Hub with an aim of facilitate the flourishment and grow of digital tech SMEs around the manufacture sector. Which partners are working on this? Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences (UAS) Regional Operational programme Pays de la Loire 2014-2020 DEVISE addresses the ERDF Programme "Pays de la Loire" which aims to create a dynamic economy to place the region among the most developed in Europe. More concretely, the specific investment priority related to the project is 3-d : ‘To support the capacity of SMEs to grow in regional, national and international markets as well as engaging in innovation processes’. The ERDF intervention strategy for the competitiveness of SMEs, is based on: • the actions conducted by individual companies or by the interface structures for the benefit of a collective of companies (support for the transfer of technologies, development of research). • transversal tools contributing to the competitiveness of SMEs (advanced advisory services). Compared to other French regions, the productive apparatus of the Pays de la Loire is relatively diversified. The weight of the industry(19.7% of jobs in 2010) is above the national average. Thanks to this and a high density of SMEs, the region benefits from several growth engines that should be maintained and reinforced. It's very important to help SMEs to find new levers of development and to strengthen their competitiveness. One specific challenge is to promote the adoption and dissemination of digital tools. The ERDF will thus intervene for the development of applications with high added value for the creation of intelligent services (Industry 4.0, IoT, Virtual Reality, Big data, geographical information, etc) and the development and support of uses. Which partners are working on this? Laval Mayenne Technopole Operational Program 'Investment in Growth and Jobs' Flanders 2014-2020 With an allocation of 34.6 million € budget, the Operational Program 'Investment in Growth and Jobs' Flanders 2014-2020 aims to enhance SMEs’ competiveness. Key priorities of this economic transformation plan are a leading start-up policy, an industrial policy (Factories of the Future), a future-oriented, multimodal logistics strategy, an R & D-stimulating and enterprise-oriented development of higher education, a real retail and core reinforcing policy and an economic impulse plan. The link between the start-up policy and the industrial policy should be stronger, and could be combined with the R&D stimulation within SMEs. The three combined would be of great importance for the competitiveness of the SMEs and the general economic growth of region. R&D stimulating is one of the priorities, but the region still has brain drain problems and the link with the national research institutes should be stronger. Which partners are working on this? Voka - Chamber of Commerce West Flanders Sign up for the DEVISE newsletter Subscribe now DEVISE in Euronews Watch the video recorded in Ireland, Donegal and Sligo, putting digital SMEs into the spotlight. Watch it! 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Type: Project 01/02/2021 Action Plan in Finland (2/10) This week we travel to South Ostrobothnia to discover the action plan developed by Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences. Type: Project 27/01/2021 Action Plan in Ireland (1/10) ERNACT develops a plan to increase the uptake of disruptive technology solutions by SMEs to better connect the North West of Ireland. Type: Project 05/11/2020 Digital transformation of traditional SMEs Fomento San Sebastian discuss three digitalization actions with local stakeholders and companies from the retail and hospitality sectors. Type: Project 17/09/2020 Virtual staff exchange in Laval! DEVISE French partners organise an online session to showcase existing knowledge in VR/AR in Pays de la Loire. Type: Project 16/09/2020 Digitalisation of traditional sectors Some of the DEVISE partners participate in a virtual discussion to share DEVISE good practices on digital transformation of retail and hospitality sectors. Type: Project 27/07/2020 Funding for SMEs, San Sebastian inspires Bulgaria! The inspiration came from a DEVISE study visit to discover digital services for tourism and hospitality businesses in the city of San Sebastian. Type: Project 23/06/2020 Irish SMEs benefited thanks to DEVISE expertise! DEVISE good practices have inspired ERNACT’s Regional Action Plan which secures funding to develop it! Type: Project
Project summary The ECOWASTE4FOOD project brings together seven local and regional authorities from seven countries throughout Europe. Its ambition is to address the crucial issue of food waste, not only to stop an unacceptable situation which causes the loss of up to 50% of the agricultural production that keeps not consumed or is consumed in a wrong way regarding health concerns, but also to demonstrate that food waste could be at source of a resource efficient and environmentally friendly economy for the territories. €1,360,210.00 from 1 Jan 2017 to 31 Dec 2020 Topic Environment and resource efficiency Working together to reduce food waste Local and regional authorities partners of the project are convinced of that and they work together, exchanging their experiences and learning from each other, to promote in their territories eco-innovations to reduce food waste, as a way to move toward a smart sustainable and inclusive growth. Within each participating territory, a group of local stakeholders will be actively involved in the selection of good practice to be transferred and in the validation of the action plan to be implemented during the two last years. These public authorities have committed themselves to improve their own policies during the four years duration of the project, in particular by influencing or even by raising existing ERDF funds within their regional operational programme 2014-2020 or equivalent. More generally, ECOWASTE4FOOD project is expected to provide valuable inputs for the debate on the future priorities of development of these territories to be discussed as of 2019.   Partnership Lead Partner Partner What policy instruments does the project address? Regional Operational Programme for Wielkopolskie Voivodship 2014-2020 The main objective of the ROP is to improve economic competitiveness and social cohesion within the Wielkopolska region. In this ROP, the two Thematic Objectives (TO 1 and TO 3) have been put together under a Priority Axis 1 "Innovative and competitive economy". The primary reason for this is that there are very close links between support for research, technology development and innovation and increase in the competitiveness of the SME sector. In the current socio-economic situation of the Wielkopolska region the further development of its economy is primarily dependent on just the ability to support R & D and innovation, aimed at simultaneously improving conditions for business operations.   Under the priority axis 1, the investment priorities concerned by the project will be: - TO01/Strengthening research, technological development and Innovation, IP1b/Promoting investment in research and innovation, developing links and synergies between businesses, research centers and higher education sector, in particular the promotion of […] eco-innovation […] - TO03/Strengthening the competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises, IP3a/Promoting entrepreneurship, in particular by facilitating the economic exploitation of new ideas and fostering the creation of new firms [...]   The project will address the need for an action plan increasing the number of projects in the area of "Biomaterials and food for conscious consumers" of theRegional Innovation Strategy. Which partners are working on this? Wielkopolska Region with the seat of the Marshal Office of the Wielkopolska Region in Poznan Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020 of the Region of Western Macedonia (RWM) The ROP of RWM aims to boost economic development and create job opportunities in West Macedonia. It should create jobs and help SMEs to become more competitive and innovation-driven. In this regard, the main investment priority addressed by the project will be, under the Axis 3, the IP 3a with the specific action to "Supporting regional SMEs through improved governance for developing food security actions". The main objective of the ROP–Axis 3 is to increase the competitiveness of SMEs through actions proposed by the RIS3 plan. The Action Plan provided at the end of phase I will include activities under the IP3a that will combine the project objectives & lessons learnt with the regional strategy on RIS3 food sector related to SME’s support & funding.   The region faces a 60 years lack of entrepreneurial culture due to the mono-industrial heritage of lignite exploitation. As RWM is entering the post-lignite era, the region should enhance the effectiveness of SMEs development plans and regional policy instrument improvement is under a strong political commitment. Among other sectors, a focus on food waste reduction could help reposition existing initiatives as pieces of a coherent territorial strategy based on food security to promote the economic attractiveness of the region, and, taking consideration of the environment challenges and the depletion of natural resources, to manage and develop the territory in a sustainable way with the support of ecofriendly and secure SMEs. Which partners are working on this? Regional Development Fund on behalf of the Region of Western Macedonia City Strategic Plan (CSP) 2016-2019 The City Strategic Plan (CSP) is the main policy instrument for city government. It is a triennial documents and has 4 axis: 1. Administration (i.e. efficiency and transparency of city administrative services, human and financial resources); 2. Citizens (i.e. welfare, schools, sport, security, youth, culture) 3. Economy (trade, tourism, promotion of new industrial sites in the former chemical plant area, creative industries) 4. Urban Planning   The priority axis addressed by the project is the PA 3 - Economy which sets 6 objectives: 1. Promotion of trade and handcraft in the UNESCO city centre; 2. Promotion of tourism; 3. Safeguarding environmental sustainability within the chemical plants adjacent to the city centre; 4. Promotion of Creative Fab Lab, data center, technological transfer; 5. Promotion of agriculture; 6. Promotion of networking and simplify bureaucracy.   Priority Axis 3 of the CSP 2016-2019 provides support mainly for players active in the field of culture (objectives 1, 2 & 4). It does not take into account the great potential that ecoinnovation might have for city development. The City does support some actions in the field of resource efficiency (e.g. food waste, green growth, ecoinnovation) but it does so without embedding it in a strategic framework. Support in this field are mainly occasional and without a strategic vision. Such specific priority should be foreseen. Which partners are working on this? City of Ferrara ERDF Operational Programme for Catalonia 2014-2020 The Government of Catalonia considers that the green economy and the efficient use of resources go hand in hand both for the competitiveness of the business sector and for the people's quality of life and well-being. Thus, the Catalonia Operational Programme (OP) 2014-2020 focuses on four main priorities areas: knowledge and innovation (41%), enhancing SME's competitiveness (19 %), facilitate transition towards a low carbon economy (16%) and preserving/protecting the environment and promoting resource efficiency (16%). Among the investment priorities and axis, three will be specially addressed by the project: 1(b), 3(a) and the prioritary axis 6, under which the investment priority 6(g) is still not addressed as a driver for the regional development. The goal of the EcoWaste4Food project is to help partners to better address the reduction of food waste through eco-innovation, as part of a more global territorial strategy for food security. The current levels of generation (and, therefore, prevention) of food wastage in Catalonia highlight the need to promote innovative actions and to establish more strategical action plans regarding this issue.This will be achieved through the identification of best practices and the definition of an AP which enables the achievement of theses goals. The project will therefore clearly contribute to improving the results of the objectives of our OP, since it has a strong impact on the efficiency of resource management through waste prevention. Which partners are working on this? Waste Agency of Catalonia (ARC) Regional Strategy of South Ostrobothnia There are two main priorities in the OP : (i) Producing and utilising new knowledge and skills and (ii) Competitiveness of SMEs and the project will address the first one, refering to the thematic Objective 1.2.1. According to this objective, the National and International Food Systems Innovation Cluster of South Ostrobothnia will be strengthened and there is a target that South Ostrobothnia will develop the smart use of ingredients and materials in food system and support the creation of new product innovations involving a high level of processing. This objective covers the sustainable and efficient elements of the regional Food Systems from primary production to consumer experience.   Although there is a strong regional interest to develop the food systems in South Ostrobothnia, and there already are significant food companies in the region, practical development actions still need to be made to involve the different sectors in the development work and interregional cooperation will help developing smart use of ingredients and material in food system. By this project and because processingg secure, healthy, innovative and environmentally friendly products by utilizing the resources efficiently through innovative development is a great opportunity for the companies in the region and in whole Europe, South Ostrobothnia seeks to find international examples of bringing food innovation and efficient use of ingredients to companies. Which partners are working on this? Regional Council of South Ostrobothnia ERDF-ESF Operational Programme for Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur 2014-2020 The ROP of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur contributes to the EU strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth for achieving economic, social and territorial cohesion with 36.8% of the funds dedicated to the thematic objectives 1 and 3, under the priority axis 1. This ROP meets the expectations of several strategic orientations adopted by the Region of which two are particularly in line with the project: (i) “Generate added value and employment by the Strategic Activity Fields (one of these fields being dedicated to Health and Nutrition), (ii) Promoting a sustainable growth by preserving and using at best our resources.   Taking the resource efficiency as a deep concern, the project will address mainly the priority investment 3.d (Supporting the capacity of SMEs to engage in innovation processes) under the axis 1, being in coherence with the current ROP and with the goal to reshape it. The indicative activities that could be supported under this IP relat to marketing, design, intellectual property, commercial performance management, with eco-innovation taken in a wide comprehension, from the technologic one up to the innovative practices.   The project gives an opportunity to widen the entry for addressing resource efficiency and eco-innovation by integrating new topics such as food waste as deep concerns for a better sustainability of the development, this approach paving the way for the promotion of circular economy which is not addressed in the current ROP. Which partners are working on this? Regional Council of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur European Regional Development Fund - England Operational Programme 2014 to 2020 The Programme, which is a national one, focuses on growth, within the core objectives of innovation, SME competitiveness and the low carbon economy. Under the priority axis 6, the project will address the IP 6(f) "Promoting innovative technologies to improve environmental protection and resource efficiency in the waste sector, water sector and with regard to soil, or to reduce air pollution" which aims at helping businesses optimise the use of resources in ways that improve business performance in terms of resilience, profitability and competitiveness while at the same time contributing to the protection and preservation of the environment, through the promotion of eco-innovative initiatives to reduce food waste. With an agricultural history, Devon County enjoys both a strong local food sector and a wide range of landscapes very attractive for tourism. In this regard, DCC would like to improve the capacity of the OP to promote resource efficient economy mobilising an important sector of its economy, the food sector. Regarding the national character of the OP, the aims is also to contribute to embed best practices into national policies/legislation. Which partners are working on this? Devon County Council (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.10"; js.async = true; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); ECOWASTE 4 FOOD Tweets by ECOWASTE 4 FOOD Latest News See all project news 15/02/2021 Storytelling videos in partner's languages Discover the ECOWASTE 4 FOOD project in the seven languages of the partners Type: Project 03/02/2021 Storytelling video of ECOWASTE 4 FOOD Discover the storytelling video of the ECOWASTE 4 FOOD project Type: Project 05/01/2021 Final conference of the ECOWASTE 4 FOOD project The final conference is now available in streaming ! Type: Project 11/09/2018 Eco-Innovations Cut Food Waste A new brochure introduces 14 eco-innovative good practices from 7 EU countries, to reduce food waste at various levels of the food system. Type: Project 02/05/2018 Last Cross-visit in Western Macedonia The Regional Development Fund of Western Macedonia / Region of Western Macedonia organizes a cross-visit between the 2nd and 4th of May, 2018. Type: Project 16/04/2018 Visiting solutions to cut food waste across Devon Devon County Council is hosting representatives from five European countries on 18-20th April, as part of the EU funded ECOWASTE4FOOD. Type: Project 27/03/2018 Reducing food waste in PACA region On 27-29 March, Regional Council of Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur hosts the 5th ECOWASTE4FOOD’ cross visit on preventing food waste in public and private sectors. Type: Project 08/01/2018 South Ostrobothnia hosts the 4th Cross Visit The region of South Ostrobothnia will host the 4th Cross Visit, which aims to introduce various good practices on preventing food waste. Type: Project 04/12/2017 Wielkopolska hosts the third cross-visit Cross-Visit of ECOWASTE4FOOD project' partners in Wielkopolska Region (Poznan, Pleszew, Kalisz, Ostrzeszow, Sroda Wielkopolska). Type: Project 28/11/2017 Weigh and Think project in Catalonia During the first cross-visit in Catalonia, participants have visited the Weigh and Think project, led by Campos Estela at the Torre de la Llebre School in Rubí. Type: Project
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Cyprus (Κυπρος) Scroll down for information about the bodies responsible for Structural Funds programmes and about the first level control or ask directly Interreg Europe representative in Cyprus (Κυπρος). Marilena Ayiomamitou Send me an email Organisation Directorate General for European Programmes, Coordination and Development 29 Byronos Avenue 1096 Nicosia Cyprus (Κυπρος) View website × Contact Marilena Sorry, there was an error submitting your enquiry. Please try again. Please check the recaptcha field below. Thank you, your message has been sent. Complete the form below to send Marilena a message... First name: Last name: Email address: Message: Send Display Project Ideas Display Events Display Projects Country-specific information First level control information First level control information The system Cyprus has chosen to implement a decentralised control system. The approbation body is: Verifications and Certification Directorate of the Treasury of the Republic of Cyprus Corner Michael Karaoli & Grigori Afxentiou 1441, Nicosia,Cyprus   Contact person:   Christina IacovouPhone: +357 22602434Email: [email protected] This body will authorise the controller proposed by the project partner after having checked that the controller is sufficiently independent from project activities and finances and qualified to carry out the control of an INTERREG Europe project. More information on national procedures is available here. The costs The costs resulting from the control can be reported as eligible costs in compliance with the relevant EU-regulations and programme rules. On-the-spot checks The first level controllers will carry out on-the-spot-checks for each project partner at least once during the project lifetime. Latest Projects CHRISTA Culture and Heritage for Responsible, Innovative and Sustainable Tourism Actions... 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Project summary 10 partners from 7 countries in peripheral, rural and emerging European regions are collaborating to help each partner develop inclusive digital innovation ecosystems and services that meet the current and future needs of their economies and society to become dynamic players in local and global development . The project will improve its 7 selected policy instruments to help them to become better enablers and deliverers of digital innovation. CARPE DIGEM will examine how the partners in close collaboration with their regional public, private and community stakeholders, can better communicate and enage their regions in improving strategies for digital transformation, predicting and developing new skills and competencies for the future. CARPE DIGEM is primarily about how to create functioning and sustainable Digital Innovation Ecosystems (DIGEMs) in regions considered to be outside the digital, economic and social core of Europe, traditional 'receivers' of innovation and change. CARPE DIGEM will show how we can collectively catalyse, lever, network and expand inter-regional digital eco-systems outside metropolitan Europe, to help provide universal access to the integrated digital solutions and eco-systems our citizens, public administrations and businesses need. €1,737,910.00 from 1 Aug 2019 to 31 Jan 2023 Topic Research and innovation What will this project change? By designing a learning and application 'Loop' at regional and inter-regional levels CARPE DIGEM partners will better achieve their global objective of improving regional economic and social growth trajectories through 'permanent digital evolution and innovation'. The project will ensure: • Accessible and wide ranging knowledge of responsible policy makers and key stakeholders to support and establish sustainable DIGEMS. DIGEMS will ensure that innovative digital products and services that lead to Improvements in Growth, employment and investment and in the quality of life will be delivered. • Significant improvement to staff, expert and stakeholder skills who integrate territorial needs and models within the wider European digital innovation networks • Well skilled and equipped digital mediators to enable rural youth, entrepreneurs and the socially/economically excluded to fully benefit from and contribute to digital innovation • 6 regional DIH working in network under the CARPE DIGEM approach • 15 new companies exploiting digital tools and services in the area of: Digital education; Healthcare; Creative industry; Tourism; Energy Industrial design and Media  • 50 SMEs supported through Digital Innovation Hubs enhanced or established through projects resulting from CARPE DIGEM • Digital Innovation projects resulting from CARPE DIGEM Partnership Lead Partner Partner What policy instruments does the project address? The North West Strategic Growth Plan The NW Region of the island of Ireland is the only functional economic region of such scale which experiences a national jurisdictional border. As such, specific arrangements through the North West Partnership Board (NWPB) have been made and a policy instrument, the North West Strategic Growth Plan.” developed. It has 3 axes: 1 Economic growth and investment; 2 Physical and environmental development; 3 Social and community cohesion and wellbeing. The 1st axis aims “to enhance the region’s innovation ecosystem to capture jobs and enterprises in the next wave of digital innovation” Key priorities: 1. Focus transformation efforts on five (S3) targets: Advanced manufacturing, Fintech, Life & health science, Digital & creative industries, Culture & tourism 2. Develop, deepen, leverage and apply digital research resources across S3 targets to create enterprises, investment, jobs and skills. 3. Configure base of tech parks and innovation centres into coherent networks of innovation Improved thru measures to transfer research and development activities from 3rd level institutions to existing & new enterprises and B2B. Requiring access to latest university/3rd level-enterprise collaboration, methodologies and innovation approaches (characterised by DEI DIH service list). In addition 3rd level sector can be better grown through use of venture capital startup/accelerator funding, by gearing its activities towards transfer of research capacity into viable businesses. Which partners are working on this? European Regions Network for Application of Communications Technology Operational Programme "Regional Madeira 2014-2020" Priority axis 1 - Strengthening Research, Technological Development and Innovation. Investment Priority 1.b The priorities for intervention is the OP Madeira 2014-2020, where IDE, IP-RAM is the Intermediate Body. The regional action will focus on Priority axis 1 - Strengthening Research, Technological Development and Innovation which best reflects our ambitions in the CARPE DIGEM Project Investment Priority 1.b  -  The principal measures of interest are: Promoting business investment in innovation and research, Develop links and synergies between enterprises, research centers and R & D and the higher education sector, in particular the promotion of development of products and services Technology transfer, social innovation, and co-development and applications of public stimulation of demand, in networks, clusters and open innovation through intelligent specialization, Support for applied technological research, Pilot lines, actions for the early validation of products, What should be improved: • identify more clearly the structural constraints in the area of ​​RTDI related to DIGEMs which are barriers to reaching Europe 2020 Strategy Goals • ensure greater clarification of actions to be undertaken to reinforce the regional DIGEM and its role in reinforcing other EPs of Regional Strategy such as green economy, culture economy, energy efficiency and renewable energy sources • Ensure a fair balance in project prioritization criteria within the OP Madeira 2014-2020, ensuring an appropriate allocation of resources to priority areas for job creation and, for skills/infrastructure Which partners are working on this? Business Development Institute of the Autonomous Region of Madeira Regional Development Strategy (RUS) Vasterbotten, The selected PI points at the need to co-create cross-overs between traditional areas to create innovative digital services in industry and for a smart urban-rural balanced region. To strengthen the region’s focal areas “intersections” are used, that is - areas of expertise/sector crossing other areas, leading to innovative leaps, to create potential for future investments, by promoting inter-sectoral meetings between different enterprises, organisations and expertise. An intersection that will be focused is the development of industrial technology and services, requiring new concepts and ICT solutions, offered by, operators in the digital creative sector. These types of inter-sectoral contributions will be prioritised. The region’s on-going rapid digitalisation, needs to be ‘eco-systemic’ to provide as is envisaged under EC "Digitising European Industry" Communication (COM(2016)180) that "any industry in Europe, big or small, wherever situated and in any sector can fully benefit from digital innovations to upgrade its products, improve its processes and adapt its business models to the digital change’. The existing PI lacks concretization on how to achieve this ambitions and establish such co-creative border- crossings wher innovative digital products and solutions can be developed. The PI needs to devlope strategies for learning between successful examples of boarder-crossing solutions and supporting ecosystems on regional as well as national and European level. Which partners are working on this? Region of Vasterbotten Uminova Expression Regional Programme Bourgogne ERDF/ESF 2014-2020 Specific Objective 1b Axe I of the OP underlines the need to increase the research and innovation potential of the territory in order to serve the Competitiveness and employment of Burgundian (Nièvre) companies. Measure 1b's objective is to address the challenge of facilitating and encouraging the emergence of new fields of innovation. The measure underlines the need to strengthen relations with Competence Centers and (the wider digital innovation ecosystem) to amplify the dynamic of creating innovative enterprises linked to the strategic areas identified by the RIS3. This (improvement will be achieved through the improved development of the local ecosystem of innovation (detection, start-up, maturation, incubation) its better regional integration as well as the development of research; Public-private and private-private partnership in relation to National, European strategic agendas. In 2011, Burgundy was 17th of 21 French regions in regional business creation rate. BFC (and subsequently Nièvre) economic fabric is made up of small businesses with a low RDI capacity. The Policy Instrument needs to be improved in order to a) provide more strategic ‘guidance and pathways’ for business and citizens developing a support and competence ecosystem, with consistent and comprehensive access to innovation services/ and mediation-brokerage-coaching support b) enable public and private sector service deliverers to better map; plan and manage the local + regional DIGEM at intra and inter-regional level Which partners are working on this? Digital Nièvre Joint Authority Multiregional Operational Program for Spain 2014-2020 The aim of this PI is to contribute to the improvement and recovery of the competitiveness of the Spanish economy, through the promotion of a smarter growth model, supported by the research, innovation and ICT, with special attention to the needs and potential of SMEs. Its general objectives are: (i) the development of research and innovation activities by companies, and the transfer of technology towards these; (ii) to promote a greater use of ICTs; (iii) to improve the internationalization processes of SMEs and their access to financing; (iv) to achieve an R&D expenditure 2% of GDP to strengthen the Spanish R&D&I system. From another perspective, this PI aims to develop public-private collaboration, strengthen links between universities, technology centres and regional companies (especially SMEs), and to support collaborative structures in their respective fields. This PI is implemented at regional and local level by the Spanish Chambers of Commerce, who acts as intermediary body (CCM in Mallorca) , and who have implemented specific sub-programs such as: Xpande (internationalization of SMEs), Xpande Digital (international digital positioning of companies in global markets), InnoCámaras (Develop innovation in SMEs), and TICCámaras (Integrate ICT's within SMEs). The PI would significantly benefit from stronger cooperation between the public/private stakeholders of the innovation ecosystem, improved support, competence and mediation. Service offer and access Which partners are working on this? Mallorca Chamber of Commerce Operational programme Innovation and competitiveness 2014-2020 The Program’s main aim is the achievement of dynamic and competitive economy through the development of innovations, entrepreneurship, growth capacity of SME’s, energy and resource efficiency of enterprises. The OPIK Priority Axis 1 “Technological Development and Innovation" (TO1), related to the Innovation Strategy for Smart Specialisation (RIS3), is the policy instrument that needs to be amended to successfully support smart specialisation priorities in manufacturing sectors by responding to the surge of the digital transformation. Aiming at encouraging business investment in R&D, in particular the promotion of investment in the development of products and services and technology transfer, this priority axis includes support for technological development and innovation in order to increase innovation activities of enterprises. But OPIK has not been designed or amended so far to answer the challenges of digital transformation. The already planned measures are not oriented towards harnessing SMEs to achieve the digital transformation benefits. The measures envisaging triple-helix cooperation are not intended to support and develop the digital transformation agenda from the last few years. The innovation policies need to be adapted to the new context and oriented to meet the challenge of mobilising Digital Innovation Ecosystems. There is a need for more investment in adequate competence centres and in capacity to deliver the services to implement digital transformation. Which partners are working on this? Business Agency Association Ministry of Economy DIGITAL SLOVENIA 2020 – DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY FOR THE INFORMATION SOCIETY UNTIL 2020 The DIGITAL SLOVENIA 2020 strategy is a commitment for a faster development of the digital society and the use of opportunities enabled by information and communication technologies and the internet for general economic and social benefits. Along with the strategies from its scope, it envisages measures to tackle the major development gaps in the field of digital society: faster development of digital entrepreneurship, increased competitiveness of the ICT industry, overall digitisation, development of digital infrastructure, construction of broadband infrastructure, strengthened cybersecurity and the development of an inclusive information society. It foresees priority investment in the digitisation of entrepreneurship, innovative data-driven economy and development, and the use of the internet and, in these frameworks, in the research and development of technologies of the internet of things, cloud computing, big data and mobile technologies. DIGITAL SLOVENIA 2020 was published in 2016, and didn’t take into account the challenges with digitalization brought since then, but also mechanisms, such as Digital Innovation Hubs introduced to meet some of those challenges. That is why we would like to use this project to improve the policy instrument with new projects that will tackle the digital challenges. Which partners are working on this? University of Ljubljana Republic of Slovenia – Ministry of Public Administration Sign up for the CARPE DIGEM newsletter Subscribe now (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.10"; js.async = true; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); CARPE DIGEM Tweets by CARPE DIGEM Latest News See all project news 05/11/2020 The webinar for tourism attracted 200 experts Experts from around Europe gathered to discuss CARPE DIGEM project good practices for digitising tourism in COVID 19 times Type: Project 30/10/2020 How digitalisation can support tourism in crisis CARPE DIGEM partners and stakeholders will explore how digital Innovation reinforced by local and international cooperation can help tourism to evolve now Type: Project 20/07/2020 THE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF RURAL VILLAGES A tool on promoting digital transformation in villages and rural areas related to CARPE DIGEM is published Type: Project 21/06/2020 Digitalisation of municipalities lecture Discussing how municipalities could benefit from digitalisation Type: Project 29/05/2020 #boostingdigitalisation webinar available Webinar is now available to watch at https://bit.ly/2ZVevMb Type: Project 26/05/2020 Boosting digitalisation in your region webinar Webinar on how digital innovation ecosystems mobilisation could boost regions' digitalisation - the CARPE DIGEM approach Type: Project 07/05/2020 DIGEMs for the switch to the post-COVID era How cooperating for innovations can support the regions for the new work scene? Type: Project 06/05/2020 OCDE:Portugal leads in innovations against COVID-19 Digital innovators in Madeira are leading in innovation projects to fight COVID-19 Type: Project 23/04/2020 The world will enter into virtual reality Free access to the largest virtual reality event in France as a chance to explore VR from all Type: Project 17/04/2020 4PDIH held a webinar on digital signing A Slovenian example on supporting digital innovation in public organisation Type: Project
Check out the CARPE DIGEM project Library Tourism Webinar Presentations 26/11/2020 Digital Innovation and the Evolution of Tourism in a Challenging Environment Type: Project Good practices 26/05/2020 Collection of good practice posters by partners in CARPE DIGEM project Type: Project July 2020 Newsletter 20/11/2020 July 2020 CARPE DIGEM Newsletter Type: Project Second project meeting 10/12/2019 2-nd Project coordination and IRSC Meeting in Slovenia. Type: Project Carpe Digem Kick-off 07/10/2019 Kick-off meeting at L’INKUB in Nevers, France, on 24-25 September 2019 Type: Project Branding Resources 08/10/2019 Carpe Digem project logo and poster for download Type: Project See all Library Items Tourism Webinar Presentations Copy Link SAFE Madeira COVID 19 App SAFE Madeira COVID 19 App PDF (2.21MB) Download CARPE DIGEM Circular Hotels CARPE DIGEM Circular Hotels PDF (1.78MB) Download Mallorca App Safe Beaches CARPE DIGEM Mallorca App Safe Beaches CARPE DIGEM PDF (1.40MB) Download Styria Slovenia Tourism Styria Slovenia Tourism COVID + Digital Transformation CARPE DIGEM PDF (958.18KB) Download CARPE DIGEM Tourism Webinar Introduction CARPE DIGEM Tourism Webinar Introduction PDF (1.74MB) Download DG CONNECT Tourism Webinar DG CONNECT Elena Angiolini Tourism Webinar PDF (344.52KB) Download DIHBAITUR Mallorca DIHBAITUR Mallorca Presentation PDF (547.12KB) Download CARPE DIGEM Circular Hotels Presentation CARPE DIGEM Circular Hotels Presentation PDF (5.49MB) Download Participative Digital Tools Donegal Ireland Participative Digital Tools Donegal Ireland PDF (599.34KB) Download Essayez La Nièvre Essayez La Nièvre - Let's try the Nièvre CARPE DIGEM Tourism Webinar PDF (1.89MB) Download Northern Sweden CARPE DIGEM Tourism Northern Sweden CARPE DIGEM Tourism PDF (457.82KB) Download Good practices Copy Link Parc Bit Emprenbit is a business incubator managed by the technological park ParcBIT in Mallorca PDF (1.40MB) Download Lormes Digital hub A multi-functional, multi-stakeholder digital center, providing ICT training and education services and flexible business space PDF (2.98MB) Download L'INKUB - Le Village, Nevers France L'INKUB is a Digital Business Park housed in a converted military barracks in Nevers (France) PDF (2.92MB) Download E-Healthcare Vasterbotten E-Health Care in Vasterbotten, North Sweden PDF (1.76MB) Download Innovation Loop Västerbotten An Innovation Cycle-Process from Västerbotten in Sweden PDF (1.38MB) Download 4PDIH Slovenia Public, Private, People Partnership Digital Innovation Hub Slovenia PDF (8.92MB) Download SMILE Madeira Smart Islands Energy System PDF (7.50MB) Download Rural Digital Hub at the 'Ferme du Marault' А Centre to assist uptake of digital innovations and Agri-tech by hosting a demonstrator PDF (2.63MB) Download International Summit of Innovation in small cities Create networking opportunities for innovative companies (B-to-B and B-to-C meetings) located in middle ranking cities in various countries PDF (1.55MB) Download Fablab Network Slovenia 27 creative hubs around the country connected in a network PDF (2.23MB) Download Donegal (Ireland) Digital Transformation Ecosystem A partnership for “Digitally literate communities co-building sustainable enterprises and societal services” PDF (1.53MB) Download Donegal (Ireland) good practices A collection of good practices from Ireland PDF (548.07KB) Download SiTAPE Madeira System for identification and mitigation of water grid anomalies PDF (2.58MB) Download Smart Islands Energy System (SMILE) Modernization of energy systems practice PDF (7.50MB) Download SAFE Madeira COVID 19 App Mobile app that tracks tourists, symptons, test results and other SARS-Cov-2 indicactors PDF (4.10MB) Download DIHBAI-TUR The Digital Innovation Hub of the Balearic Islands for Artificial Intelligence (DIH-BAITUR) focused on tourism PDF (1.35MB) Download July 2020 Newsletter Copy Link CARPE DIGEM July 2020 Newsletter CARPE DIGEM July 2020 Newsletter PDF (4.18MB) Download Second project meeting Copy Link CARPE DIGEM project coordination and IRSC MeetingSlovenia CARPE DIGEM project coordination and IRSC MeetingSlovenia CARPE DIGEM project coordination and IRSC MeetingSlovenia CARPE DIGEM project coordination and IRSC MeetingSlovenia CARPE DIGEM project coordination and IRSC MeetingSlovenia CARPE DIGEM project coordination and IRSC MeetingSlovenia CARPE DIGEM project coordination and IRSC MeetingSlovenia CARPE DIGEM project coordination and IRSC MeetingSlovenia CARPE DIGEM project coordination and IRSC MeetingSlovenia Carpe Digem Kick-off Copy Link AttendeesCarpe Digem Kick-off AttendeesCarpe Digem Kick-off AttendeesCarpe Digem Kick-off AttendeesCarpe Digem Kick-off AttendeesCarpe Digem Kick-off AttendeesCarpe Digem Kick-off AttendeesCarpe Digem Kick-off PresentationCarpe Digem Kick-off PresentationCarpe Digem Kick-off PresentationCarpe Digem Kick-off PresentationCarpe Digem Kick-off PresentationCarpe Digem Kick-off PresentationCarpe Digem Kick-off PresentationCarpe Digem Kick-off AttendeesCarpe Digem Kick-off PresentationCarpe Digem Kick-off Branding Resources Copy Link Project Logodownload in .png Project Logo download the logo in CMYK .pdf PDF (121.62KB) Download Project Poster Project`s poster in pdf PDF (953.58KB) Download Sign up for the CARPE DIGEM newsletter Subscribe now (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; 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