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Project summary Major tourism attractions are emerging as internationally acclaimed hubs of visits and services, leading to oversight of other cultural sites and to non-sustainability of most-visited destinations. At the same time tourists are upgrading authentic cultural heritage, offering specific experience rooted in local history and the preserved cultural legacy of communities, adding unique flavors and excitement to their adventure.   Small and medium sized towns with rich but undervalued cultural heritage possess the potential to offer new, unique and authentic experiences, but suffer from either the dominance of major attractions in their vicinity, or from their relatively remote locations. Positioning them as authentic destinations can simultaneously sustain local cultural heritage and create better prospects for locals. The attraction of tourists to less recognized places can create a more even distribution of tourism and more cohesive regional economies.   Local Cultural Flavors’ objective is to improve policies supporting places unable to fully exploit their cultural legacies due to less-advantaged locations. The project will help partners to meet the challenge of identifying the most effective ways to support unique local sites with an innovative analysis toolkit, extensive knowledge sharing and with assisted interaction with local public and private stakeholders. This way the specific local and regional potentials and bottlenecks can be properly explored and used to elaborate the right policy frameworks elevating and positioning new authentic destinations.   As a result of the cooperation of the international partnership, 8 Action Plans will be produced as main outcomes, targeting various policy instruments (ERDF Operational Programmes, development and marketing strategies) supporting the addressed locations in their pursuit to become more integrated and integral players in regional tourism, based on their recognized and properly used authentic cultural assets. €1,777,873.00 from 1 Aug 2019 to 31 Jul 2022 Topic Environment and resource efficiency Partnership Lead Partner Partner What policy instruments does the project address? "Creative City – Sustainable Region" National Programme on the Pilot Regional Development Approach in the West-Pannon Region (KRAFT Programme) The KRAFT Programme is one of 3 pilot regional development policies of the HU government, and aims the sustainable development of small and medium sized border towns. In contrast to conventional regional and city development practices (Green Cities Index, Sustainable Cities Index, Creative Cities Index, etc.), the approach of the KRAFT Programme integrates so-called “soft” factors (culture, identity, heritage) and their efficient management with “hard Factors” such as infrastructure, energy, communication networks and economic sustainability. Another novelty of KRAFT is to identify and utilize synergies of interdependencies among rural and city development factors), thus properly revealing the full range of conditions required for the implementation of new, complex regional development strategies of cities and their rural environment.   iASK is identified by the government as responsible for the preparation of the KRAFT Programme and its adaptation to other border regions in HU. In the course of LCF, iASK aims to improve the KRAFT Programme to specifically build on cultural heritage based urban development, often the most promising development asset of small/medium cities, and an intervention area providing economic, job creation, business/tourism attractiveness, workforce/inhabitant retention benefits all at the same time. Which partners are working on this? Institute of Advanced Studies Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020, Priority Axis 5. Improving the urban environment and conservation, protection and sustainable use of cultural heritage Regional Operative Programme 2014-2020 of Romania aims to ensure the continuation of strategic regional development. It promotes smart sustainable and inclusive growth in all RO regions, making them more attractive places to live and to work in. The programme addresses the major development challenges for RO: regional competitiveness, sustainable urban development, low-carbon economy, and economic and social infrastructure at regional and local level.   The programme focuses on 8 Priority Axes, out of which LCF targets PA 5: “Improving the urban environment and conservation, protection and sustainable use of cultural heritage”.   By focusing regional level thematic calls, and modifying the selection process, the targeted PI can be better positioned to tackle the following challenges of Harghita County: - Boosting sustainability through sharper focus on the exploitation of local resource based authentic tourism potential in Harghita and the introduction of modernized operational and sales schemes. - More balanced regional tourism cooperation disseminating tourism loads of major hubs and empowering smaller cultural cities.   Which partners are working on this? Harghita County Council Citymarketing Policy Document of ‘s-Hertogenbosch The targeted PI evaluates the rich cultural heritage of the city, the compact, easily accessible historic center, abundant in arts and gastronomy, and high standards in hospitality, and aims to combine it with the vibrant, modern and innovative social and economic environment of s’Hertogenbosch. It is approved by the city council and concentrates on the following objectives: - O1 Increase attractiveness for residents by strengthening uniqueness and generating proudness and affiliation - O2 Combine efforts of all departments and actors to increase visitor economy (including no. of tourists, visits, spending and length of stay) - O3 Attract private investment and companies to settle in MHB and improve the business network in RIS3 sectors (agrifood, construction, logistics and data science/ICT); provide an attractive living environment for educated (international) employees - O4 Connect students and young professions to the city, and build on their creativity, knowledge and entrepreneurship   Cultural heritage is considered a key strength, requiring an integrated approach of currently separated policies of heritage and tourism/citymarketing. MHB wishes to improve Objective 2, by developing a workplan to improve the existing structure of actors in citymarketing and cultural heritage, initiate new innovative market and product development (adding authentic, intangible elements to the visitor experience), and establishing effective destination management.   Which partners are working on this? Municipality of ‘s-Hertogenbosch Waterford City and County Council - Tourism Statement of Strategy and Work Plan 2017–2022 Waterford belongs to Ireland’s ‘Ancient East’ historic region with a unique attraction base, predestining it to become one of Ireland’s leading tourism destinations outside Dublin, but currently less competitive as compared to the Dublin-Cork-Galway triangle. Tourism Statement of Strategy 2017–2022 aims to: - Enhance reputation and profile - Achieve maximum potential as a primary destination in the Ancient East, with united and cohesive tourism sector - Increase number of visits, duration and spending - Reduce seasonality - Maintain, conserve and restore heritage to promote authentic tourism - Active fund raising and support   Visitors choose to holiday in Waterford because of the quality and accessibility of cultural heritage and natural environment. Apart from lush countryside and a stunning coastline, the historic story of Waterford includes a UNESCO designated Geopark; the Garden Trail of great houses, landscape demesnes and gardens; and a wonderful collection of historic towns and villages that are a testament to historic legacy for visitors and communities alike.   The success of the policy depends on the selection and implementation of projects properly positioned to most effectively address the aims, and building on the inherent and authentic heritage portfolio of the region. WCCC wants to improve its project assessment, selection and initiation capabilities and its access to funding, in order to foster development of its small historic cities trough authentic tourism. Which partners are working on this? Waterford City and County Council Sustainable growth and jobs 2014-2020 programme The targeted PI has five priority axes and 13 specific objectives. As this is FI's sole Structural Funds programme for the current programming period, no funding is provided for activities outside these priorities.   LCF addresses 2 PAs dealing with various sectoral aspects of the transversal topic of tourism (not addressed directly by objectives): - PA1 Improving SME competitiveness: to diversify business structures and increase the number of growing, innovative and internationally expanding companies, start-ups and new operations. PA1 is relevant for LCF as it could potentially improve the funding position of authentic tourism products and services, enabling more effective preservation and promotion of the cultural heritage of the region. - PA2 Producing and using latest information and knowledge: to strengthen selected smart specialization fields of companies, and application of research & Innovation results in commercial products. LCF could focus the intervention on digitalization and VR applications strengthening the authentic tourism service chain.   FI signed the EC Treaty on EU cultural routes in 2018, and is planning to boost the tourism sector with new cultural heritage products. As South Savo is the heart of the FI lake district, rich in natural and cultural heritage, the envisaged cultural heritage related improvements are in line with the interests of the South Savo Regional Council, the managing authority of the targeted PI.   Which partners are working on this? Savonlinna Development Services Ltd. ERDF Regional Operative Programme 2014-2020, Axis 3 Competivity of Productive Systems Tourism, the main driver of cultural heritage preservation and promotion, is a transversal topic in Veneto Region, shared between 3 sources (ERDF, ESF, FEASR), but does not appear in itself as an area of funding. Axis 3 of the OP is focusing on enhanced productivity of various economic sectors, including the action specifically targeting the competitiveness of companies servicing tourism destinations. This is the main regional level funding scheme for tourism service providers, offering crucial support for these organizations to develop and improve products/services and to engage into local and regional networks (e.g. Product Clubs).   The targeted PI is best positioned to strengthen the coordination and cooperation between public & private sectors in promoting a city as an authentic tourism destination. Municipalities like MVV potentially become facilitators of the process, empowering SMEs and creating synergies with public needs at the same time.   In order to put a more specific emphasis on the support of historic locations currently underdeveloped or underexploited, and also to favor authentic forms of tourism sustaining and promoting cultural heritage, the PI should be improved in terms of launching specifically targeted calls, and the inclusion of selection criteria favoring these initiatives and cases. As a result, coordinated and effective thematic attractions will be developed, the quality of services will be improved and synergies will be reached on a regional level.   Which partners are working on this? Municipality of Vittorio Veneto Riga Planning region Development program 2014-2020 The spatial development policy framework of LV regions consists of sustainable development strategies and development programs, with additional thematic plans as applicable. The RPR Development Program (as its targeted PI) is a 7 years planning document and is formulated in accordance with the National Development Plan. RPR’s long term vision (“Quality in all spheres of life - becoming humanly attractive, effective, open-minded and tolerant region - competitive in the global arena”) is served by 8 priorities. Out of these “Globally competitive industries” is most relevant for LCF: it sets four focus areas where RPR’s inherent strengths can be turned into advantages, including (3) cultural and creative industries, and (4) tourism.   The successful incorporation of LCF themes into the targeted PI is crucial for RPR, as its smaller settlements - with rich cultural heritage but not presenting proper urban leverage to compete against neighboring Riga - are slowly but constantly declining in economic and demographic terms, leading to disproportionate regional development and unexploited potentials. By empowering these locations overshadowed by Riga, their visitor economy could be boosted, triggering further economic growth and urban attractiveness. RPR plans to introduce specific focus on the support of authentic tourism and its framework conditions, exploiting the existing but untapped potentials, and at the same time generating sources for long term sustaining and preservation.   Which partners are working on this? Riga Planning Region Operational Programme Competitiveness and Cohesion 2014 – 2020, Investment Priority 6c The aim of the PI is to contribute to the EU objective of investment in growth and employment in CR, through development of infrastructure (traffic, energy, environmental protection, ICT) and by supporting entrepreneurship and research. Within LCF IFT will address SO6c1, aiming to increase employment and tourist expenditure through enhancing cultural heritage (under TO6: “Preserving and protecting the environment and promoting resource efficiency”, TO budget: EUR 1,99 billion).   By promoting sustainable and more efficient use of resources, the PI addresses a clear EU priority. The EC Position Paper highlights the need for enhanced protection, valorization and management of natural/cultural heritage while considering its touristic/business potential. The PI is also aligned with CR Economic Programme, prioritizing cultural heritage investments with respect to its significant potential in the development of tourism (a labor intensive sector), strengthening entrepreneurship in general, and job creation in particular.   To better address the strategic objectives of the PI, and also to achieve more effective expenditures and more synergic regional cooperation between attractions, IFT wishes to incorporate changes in the management and selection processes in order to turn more attention to authentic, local resource driven tourism offered by secondary tourism locations, especially in North-Eastern CR (Varaždin, Čakovec, Osijek, Ilok, Vukovar, Slavonski Brod, Đakovo and Lipik-Pakrac).   Which partners are working on this? Institute for Tourism (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')); Local Flavours Latest News See all project news 28/01/2021 Culture and Heritage The Netherlands Commission for Unesco calls for a greater recognition of the power of employing culture, heritage and traditional knowledge in climate action. Type: Project 25/11/2020 Lake Saimaa area stakeholders discover... As support for the dissemination of good practices and the drafting of the regional action plan, Local Flavours stakeholders from Lake Saimaa area . Type: Project 23/11/2020 Virtual European Heritage Awards Ceremony Europe’s top heritage award winners were celebrated with a memorable online Ceremony on 10 November. Type: Project 20/11/2020 Cultural Heritage in Action project Saint John’s Bulwark in ‘s-Hertogenbosch selected for the Cultural Heritage in Action project. Type: Project 16/09/2020 A taste, a smell, a feeling... (Video Promotion) Cooperation between Europe's small and medium-sized towns and their geographic environment is particularly important today. Type: Project 31/07/2020 Tourism in the post COVID_19 period On 23 July 2020, the Policy Learning Platform organised an online meeting for local and regional policymakers. Type: Project 30/07/2020 Local Flavours project in Ludbreg On July 23rd Croatian team, from the Institute for Tourism, went to the town of Ludbreg where Dr. sc. Renata Tomljenović presented Local Flavours project . Type: Project 23/07/2020 Post-Corona World to Become Social Proving Ground Dr. Mariann Szabó presented our Local Flavours project at the online discussion of the INTERREG Policy Learning Platform Type: Project 10/07/2020 First Local Stakeholder Group meeting (Harghita) On 3 July 2020, on the Szekler Traditional Costume Day, the first local stakeholder group meeting took place in Siculeni, Harghita county, at the Fészek cafe. Type: Project 07/07/2020 From idea to successful tourism product On second project period Riga Planning region organized online seminar about small and medium size tourism regional development... Type: Project
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Second part of the report from our Insight Forum in Brussels on 20th November 2018
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Last 16th May the RICC (Regional Initiative for Culture and Creativity) Network, in collaboration with EU institutions and other EU networks (NECSTOUR, EuropaNo...
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Expenditure of Hungarian project partners from will thus have to be checked and confirmed by the following body: Széchenyi Programme Office Consulting and Service Non-profit Limited Liability Company (Széchenyi Programiroda Non-profit Ltd) European Cooperation Programmes Control Department Central Control Unit 1053 Budapest, Szép utca 2 Contact person: Márta Gordos Head of Department Tel: +36 1 224 32 10 Fax: +36 1 224 32 91 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 case of clarifications request, the project partners will be granted 15 days to reply. The costs The above-mentioned body will perform the first level control free of charge to Hungarian project partners. On-the-spot checks The first level control body will organise on-the-spot-checks at least once during the project lifetime. 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Netherlands (Nederland) 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 Netherlands (Nederland). Machtelijn Brummel +31 615 873 753 Send me an email Organisation Netherlands Enterprise Agency Croeselaan 15 Utrecht 3521 BJ Netherlands (Nederland) View website × Contact Machtelijn 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 Machtelijn a message... First name: Last name: Email address: Message: Send Display Project Ideas Display Events Display Projects Country-specific information First level control information National guidance and downloads 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 The Netherlands has opted for a decentralised control system. Before the first expenditure can be reported, the project partners will have to propose an independent controller (internal or external), to the following body: Netherlands Enterprise Agency EU Processes Visiting address: Prinses Beatrixlaan 2, 2595 AL The Hague, The Netherlands.Postal address: P.O. Box 93144, 2509 AC The Hague, The Netherlands General mailbox: [email protected] Ms Nancy Karjantiko Phone: (+31) (0) 70 378 59 02  E-mail: [email protected] Mr Hanjo Blom Phone:(+31) (0) 88 042 45 19 E-mail: [email protected] Mr Dennis Sijp Phone: (+31) (0) 88 042 55 28Mail: [email protected] Mr Ger KouwenE-mail: [email protected] This body will authorise the controller proposed by the project partner after having checked thatthe internal management and control system is considered to be reliable. the controller is sufficiently independent from project activities and finances and qualified to carry out the control of an INTERREG EUROPE project.Additional information for local and regional authorities: Dutch local and regional authorities are able to reclaim VAT from a Compensation Fund. This has existed since the start of the programming period and even before. VAT does not constitute eligible expenditure unless it is genuinely and definitively borne by the partner. VAT which is recoverable by whatever means cannot be considered as eligible even if it is not actually recovered by the partner. The costs The costs resulting from the control (staff costs in case of an internal controller, external expertise costs in case of an external controller) can be reported as eligible costs in compliance with the relevant EU-regulations and programme rules. On-the-spot checks In compliance with the article 23 (4) of the Regulation (EU) No 1299/2013 of the European Parliament and of The Council of 17 December 2013 and article 125 (5) and (6) of the Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013, on-the-spot verifications are done for each project partner at least once during the project lifetime. For first level controllers controlling more than one project partner, sampling may be possible under the condition that the method is well justified and documented. National guidance and downloads Guidance on staff costs calculation for Dutch partners (in Dutch and English) Latest news from Netherlands (Nederland) 28/05/2020 Corona Bridge Loan The Dutch Regional Development Agencies (ROMs) approved the Corona Bridge Loan (COL), basically loans for start-ups, scale-ups, and innovative SMEs Type: Project 12/11/2019 The power of island communities Learn how Islands of Innovation changed policy measures that turn islands and peripheral regions into ‘test-beds’ of innovation. Type: Programme 07/11/2018 The potential of living labs for innovation in health care HELIUM, HoCare and ITHACA projects held an interregional policy learning event in Eindhoven. The fruitfull exchanges were facilitated by the Platform. See more. Type: Platform 30/10/2018 Interreg projects benefitting Dutch climate policies An e-brochure presenting Interreg projects working on climate issues in the Netherlands. Type: Other 12/10/2018 A brochure on Zuid-Holland's participation in EU funded... Have a look at a brochure about projects funded by the EU in the Dutch province of Zuid-Holland. Type: Other 09/02/2016 Get inspired in Rotterdam City of Rotterdam invites ‘Europe, let’s cooperate!’ forum participants to 8 field visits. Type: Programme Upcoming events in Netherlands (Nederland) Mar 10 2021 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands Final conference STRING Interreg Europe Join the final conference of STrategies for Regional INnovative Food Clusters about the future innovation strategies for food clusters and the Farm to Fork. Type: Project Latest Projects UpGradeSME Improving policy instruments supporting innovative SME performance Netherlands (Nederland) RuralGrowth RuralGrowth - increasing competitiveness of SMEs in the rural visitor economy... Netherlands (Nederland) TITTAN Network for Technology, Innovation and Translation in Ageing. 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Netherlands (Nederland) AERIAL UPTAKE Removing barriers to the uptake of innovative Unmanned Aerial Systems in the EU Netherlands (Nederland) SMART HY AWARE Smart solutions for HYdrogen potential AWAReness Enhancing Netherlands (Nederland) eBussed Building capacities for European-wide e-bus deployment Netherlands (Nederland) WLE Wildlife Economy : Nature as a viable Economic Alternative Netherlands (Nederland) WaVE WAter-linked heritage Valorization by developing an Ecosystemic approach Netherlands (Nederland) POTEnT Public Organisations Transform Energy Transition Netherlands (Nederland) ECoC-SME Actions for inducing SME growth and innovation via the ECoC event and legacy Netherlands (Nederland) SMART WASTE Innovation in Waste Management Policies Netherlands (Nederland) MOMAr Models of Management for Singular Rural Heritage Netherlands (Nederland) e-smartec enhanced sustainable mobility with marketing techniques Netherlands (Nederland) 2050 CliMobCity 2050 Climate-friendly Mobility in Cities Netherlands (Nederland) PASSPARTOOL Key tools to assess and improve soft innovation policies Netherlands (Nederland) REDUCES REthinking Sustainable Development in European Regions by Using Circular Economy... Netherlands (Nederland) InnoHEIs Improving Research and Innovation Infrastructure Performance: from Fragmented to... Netherlands (Nederland) SHREC SHifting towards Renewable Energy for Transition to Low Carbon Energy Netherlands (Nederland) CAPonLITTER Capitalising good coastal practices and improving policies to prevent marine... 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Austria (Österreich) 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 Austria (Österreich). Anna Maria Kramann +43 (1) 53 53 444 21 Send me an email Organisation Austrian Conference on Spatial Planning - Office at the Federal Chancellery Fleischmarkt 1 Wien 1010 Austria (Österreich) View website × Contact Anna 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 Anna 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 Austria has chosen to implement a decentralised control system. The “15a-Agreement” (the Agreement between federal and regional level pursuant to Art. 15a of the Federal Constitutional Act on the Management and Control System in Austria for the Structural Funds period 2014-2020) constitutes the legal basis for the organisation of the control system in Austria. In Art. 7(2), the allocation of project partners to first level controllers is regulated according to the beneficiaries’ legal status, their legal and/or management control body or  according to national public co-financing. A list of nominated first level controllers is established at national level. From this list the project partners will be able to see which first level controller they can refer to. Further information and the list of nominated first level controllers can be found under the following link: http://www.oerok.gv.at/eu-kooperationen/info-service-oesterreich/finanzkontrollsystem-in-oesterreich.html The approbation body is: Federal Ministry for Sustainability and Tourism Austria Directorate General VII / 5; Directorate: Coordination Regional Policy ans Spatial Planning FerdinandstraBe 4; 1020 Vienna; Austria   Contact: Luise Fasching / Jutta Moll-Marwan First level control coordinating body Phone: +43 1 71100 612915 / +43 1 71100 612244 E-mail: [email protected] / [email protected]   Control costs The control costs have to be borne by the Lead Beneficiary/Project partner and can be reported as eligible cost within the project under Budget line 4 “External expertise and service costs” providing that these costs were budgeted and approved in the subsidy contract by the Managing Authority. The control costs include a one-time basic flat-rate plus a fixed percentage calculated based on the reported costs by the project partner per reporting period plus 20% VAT. The basic flat-rate can be maximum € 2.000 plus possible index adjustments; the percentage a maximum of 7% plus 20% VAT. On-the-spot checks In compliance with the article 23 (4) of the Regulation (EU) No 1299/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013 and article 125 (5) and (6) of the Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013, on-the-spot verifications are done for each project partner at least once during the project lifetime. For first level controllers controlling more than one project partner, sampling may be possible under the condition that the method is well justified and documented. 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20/11/2018
BEDA & Design4Innovation Insight Forum 2018 "Next practice in Design Action Plans"
Type: Project
Project summary What is CRE:HUB? CRE:HUB brings together eight regions that consider Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI) a strategic sector of development and want to create new enterprises and to support the existing ones working in this field. Why is needed ? CCIS have difficulties in access to credit and lack resources to enhance their competitiveness on the global market, build effective partnerships, extend their activity to other countries.CCIs represent an innovative branch of business and have the potential to increase regional competiveness and job creation capacity.    What are Cultural and Creative Industries? CCIs are those industries that use culture as an input and have a cultural dimension, although their output is mainly functional"This classification includes architecture and design, which integrate creative elements into wider processes, as well as subsectors such as graphic design, fashion design or advertising. At a more peripheral level, many other industries, among others those of tourism and new technologies, rely on content production for their development and are therefore to some extent interdependent with CCIs". According to EU Commission document COM (2010) 183 final, Green Paper -The cultural and creative industries, unlocking the potential      €1,484,484.00 from 1 Apr 2016 to 31 Mar 2021 Topic SME competitiveness How will the project implement the support? Exchange of experience Partners, experts and stakeholders will learn one from each otherMain CRE:HUB outputs will be achieved through an approach based on sharing improvements every step of the way among the different regions involved.  The project will implement working sessions of policy stakeholders as well as on-field evaluations and peer reviews of the policy systems. The results and the changes will be accessible and oriented to whole regional CCIs policy and productive systems. Action Plans implementation  Each region will improve eight programmes for Investment for Growth and Jobs that will concretely result in improvements of the management of policy instruments and in implementation of new projects Policy changes will be tailored to meet specific CCIs needs. How long will last the process?  The project is developed in two phases 1st phase  (April 2016 - September 2018) main activities  Production of regional analysis including: characteristics of CCI stakeholders identification SWOT analysis Regional policy and innovation strategy for smart specialisation (RIS3) Identification of regional best practices and lessons learnt Local stakeholder group establishment and their involvement in Regional analysis assessment Barrier and solution matrix definition Study visits to learn to share experiences and results with other regions involved Roadmap definition to develop Action Plans for improving cultural and creative industries (CCI) in their regionsMutual assessment and learning through on filed visit evaluation conducted by experts and peer review report During the Phase 2 (October 2018 – September 2020) the implementation of Action Plans will take place. Partnership Lead Partner Partner What policy instruments does the project address? ERDF Operational Programme Basilicata 2014-2020; TO 3 ERDF Operational Programme 2014-2020 is a tool for the implementation of development and cohesion policy, implementing art. 174 of the Treaty and of Reg. 1303/2013 and 1301/2013. As part of the European strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, the ERDF OP Basilicata intervenes on the following Thematic Objectives set out in Article 9 of Reg 1303/2013: TO1, TO2, TO3, TO4, TO6, TO7, TO9, TO10. In particular, out of the TO 3 it promotes the competitiveness of SMEs, including businesses of creative and cultural sector. Specifically, CCI SMEs may benefit of the following interventions: a) support for the development of products and services in order to exploit identified cultural and natural attractors, among others, through the integration between companies belonging to the cultural, tourist, creative and performing arts and of the traditional and typical product chains; b) measures of support to the establishment of new business both through direct incentives, services, and micro-finance. Furthermore, in the RIS3 the Basilicata Region has identified "the cultural and creative industry” among the five areas of specialization, as belonging to a productive segment relevant to the economy of the region and with high growth potential. Which partners are working on this? Basilicata Region ERDF ROP Friuli Venezia Giulia 2014-2020 (formally approved on 14th of July 2015) – Action 2.1: Actions to support new business formation by providing subsidies, services and microfinance instruments. Action 2.1 (TO 3;IP 3a) includes a measure to foster creation of new firms and development of existing ones in CC sectors,by providing dedicated incubation services.The measure aims at supporting CCIs needs in first life phases (creation of partnership, collaborations with other sectors,internationalization, entrepreneurial capacities,access to credit)and it represents a groundbreaking initiative for P2,implying instruments P2 is not familiar with and therefore aims at improving through CRE:HUB Which partners are working on this? Autonomous Region Friuli Venezia Giulia Regional Operational Program 2014-2020, approved by the European Commission on 23rd of June 2015, priority axis 2- Enhance the competitiveness of small and medium size enterprises, investment priority 2.1: Promotion of the entrepreneurial spirit, especially by enabling the economic exploitation of new ideas and by encouraging creation of new enterprises, including business incubators. The Regional Operational Program 2014-2020 is one of the programs that will allow Romania to access the European structural and investment funds coming from the European Regional Development Fund, in the period 2014-2020. Investment priority 2.1: Promotion of the entrepreneurial spirit, especially by enabling the economic exploitation of new ideas and by encouraging creation of new enterprises, including business incubators will support investments in microenterprises, in the smart specialization field but also business incubators and business accelerators.The policy instrument should enable both the access of CCI companies to investments but also to support services within business incubators and business accelerators. In this sense, it has to be created synergies between the investment priorities of the ROP but also with other programs like Operational program for Competitiveness 2014-2020 in order to support further research and demonstration activities and finally the market uptake of the new ideas. The policy improvement will target mainly the management of the program. According to the Governmental Decision 1183/2014, the management of the ROP 2014 -2020 will be insured by the Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration and the 8 Regional Development Agencies that will act as Intermediate Bodies. Regional Development Agency Centru is the Intermediate Body for ROP 2014-2020 in the region Centru of Romania. Which partners are working on this? Regional Development Agency Centru Economic Development and Innovation Operative Program (GINOP), Priority: Development of SMEs’ competitiveness The programme aims to stimulate the economies of the less developed regions in Hungary. Its most important priorities are the competitiveness of small-and medium sized enterprises, research and innovation, and employment. The programme also aims to develop the tourism industry, enterprises' energy efficiency, and information and communication technologies. Among the funding priorities of the Programme we will focus on the priority tackling “Increasing the competitiveness and productivity of SMEs” One of objectives tackled by the priority is the development of creativity and business competences but creative industry is only mentioned broadly without any specific recommendations lacking detailed tasks, field actions or target groups. The policy should be therefore improved by focusing CCI in a more detailed way in order to allow the development of the sector Which partners are working on this? Central Transdanubian Regional Innovation Agency Nonprofit Ltd. ESIF Operational Programme “Growth and Jobs”, 2014-2020 TO: Enhancing the competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises: Supporting the creation and the extension of advanced capacities for product and service development. TO3 will support competitiveness of SME’s through promotion of CCI. It is indicated in the EC Policy Handbook that culture and creative industries may have a significant impact on smart, sustainable and inclusive growth in all European regions and cities. Alongside its potential to encourage economic development, creative industries represent a socially responsible and inclusive area of activities; they promote social innovation and perform non-polluting environmentally-friendly processes. In LV enhancement of competitiveness of SMEs should be linked with the development of creative industries and other innovation -based and high added-value activities, and it is also necessary to ensure adequate preconditions for the development of cultural infrastructure by promoting smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. Support in the framework of this specific support objective will contribute to achievement of StrategyBalticSeaRegion goals, facilitating increase of interregional trade volume.  Which partners are working on this? University of Latvia Navarra ERDF 2014-2020 Operational Programme “Enhancement of SME competitiveness” is Objective 3 of the Navarra ERDF 2014-2020 operational programme and it is targeted towards the improvement of productivity and efficiency of SMEs as well as to adapt the productive system towards higher added value activities. One of the investment priorities under this thematic objective is “3.4 supports to SMEs for growing in regional, national and international markets as well as in innovation process”. The specific objective is to promote the growth and consolidation of smes, particularly improving their financing, technology and access to advanced services, including the following sectors: agrofood, fishing, marine, maritime, tourism, cultural, commercial and rehabilitation of building, as well as freelances / self employed dedicated to peddling. The policy instrument should enable both the access of CCI companies to investments but also to support services within business incubators and business accelerators. In this sense, synergies need to be created betwee the investment priorities of the ROP but also with the recommendations that will be included in the RIS3 (MODERNA PLAN under development) in order to support further research and demonstration activities and finally the market uptake of the new ideas. Which partners are working on this? Culture and Sport department of the Government of Navarra Operational Programme for the Implementation of the EU Cohesion Policy 2014-2020 2.3 Dynamic and competitive entrepreneurship for green economic growth 2.3.3. Promoting entrepreneurship, in particular by facilitating the economic exploitation of new ideas and fostering the creation of new firms, including through business incubators Specific objective: Enhancing the total early-stage entrepreneurial activity, particularly start-up enterprises. Specific objective: Increase of value added in SMEs   The policy (Measure 2.3.3. of Operational Prog.) aims at supporting and stimulating entrepreneurship with a particular focus on start-ups. The OP states that Slovenia lays behind in entrepreneurial dynamics because a satisfying entrepreneurial culture is lacking. Therefore the document aims at improving the support environment for the development of new enterprises (start-ups). Within such aim, the establishment of clusters and further development of support environment is necessary. The policy is relevant for business in general and for the creative sector as well. Since the creative sector contains its own specifics, the policy framework should be improved by better incorporating the specifics of the sector (tailored policy). That is not possible without strong cooperation with the creative enterprises, clusters, communities and individuals. As the creative sector is grounded on creativity and (self) expression it is well capable of reflecting and co-developing policies stimulating the development of the respective sector. Therefore the result would be a sub-policy document in which strategic and implementation measures for the creative sector would be incorporated. The key part of this operation would be adopting up-to-date open-innovation and collaborative planning techniques by which a sub-policy would be formed and legitimized. Which partners are working on this? Regional Development Agency of the Ljubljana Urban Region  Lisbon Region Operational Program 2014-2020 – POR Lisboa 2020 POR Lisboa 2020 is the financial instrument to support regional development in the Lisbon and Tagus Valley Region of Portugal, managed by CCDR-LVT, that will invest in the competitiveness of SME in the region (internationalisation, innovation and R&D). Creative industries are identified (in RIS3 and Op Plan Lisboa 2020) as a priority, but the exploration of opportunities for this sector need to be further improved. Although significant progress has been achieved, this sector is not yet leverage to its full potential, leaving great room for policy improvement. Which partners are working on this? Association for the Development of IST Técnico Lisbon CRE:HUB Final Publication CRE:HUB project final publication - PDF format Final video on CRE:HUB study visits CRE:HUB project video - Storytelling of seven study visits Watch! Workplan for Culture 2019-2022 European Agenda for Culture: 2019 – 2022 Work Plan for Culture Read more (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')); CRE:HUB Tweets by CRE:HUB Latest News See all project news 03/12/2020 Voices of Culture Culture and the Sustainable Development Goals: Challenges and Opportunities Type: Project 16/11/2020 CCRE-S3- new thematic area CCRE-S3 is a new opportunity related to cultural and creative experiences for local communities Type: Project 13/11/2020 Manifesto for a Modern Cultural Policy Culture as a first necessity investment Type: Project 13/11/2020 Title: Covid-19 and CC sectors Emerging opportunities involving CCS Type: Project 22/09/2020 EU WEEK of Regions and Cities 2020 The European Week of Regions and Cities is the biggest event on EU regional and urban policy, open to all stakeholders. Type: Project 22/09/2020 New Manual on Crowfunding Crowdfunding and ESF opportunities: future perspectives for managing authorities Type: Project 24/07/2020 Actions in favour of CCI sectors in FVG Update on the strategies adopted by the FVG AR in the cultural and creative sector. Type: Project 16/07/2020 News from Centru Region Implementation of the CRE:HUB action plan in Centru Region Type: Project 13/07/2020 CTRIA news from the last year Rethinking of community spaces and setting up the Creative Platform Type: Project 08/07/2020 News from Ljubjana Urban Region Update on the implementation of the Action plan by PRA LUR Type: Project
Project summary What is the problem? Digitization and digital technologies became an integral part of people’s life and economy’s development. However, it is acknowledged that most natural and cultural values that are unique or can actually be seen in a single place, are not subject to digitization yet. This hampers the access to the general public. The issue on how to improve this situation is a common challenge for all regions in Europe. It is clear that conventional approaches do not give the necessary results. Innovative solutions are required so that they could ensure both conservation, promotion and development of natural, cultural and historical heritage. Digitization is an innovative approach the application of which can be addressed to solving a large part of the visible problems in the management of natural and cultural heritage. It is necessary also synchronization with international standards related to the information structure of the digitized objects. What is main project`s objective? To improve adoption of the digitization policy for natural and cultural heritage and to be prepared the implementation of best practices into the participating regions, according to their needs. The implementation of this common plan for cooperation work on interregional level will contribute for establishing of uniform standards in the mass digitization of natural and cultural heritage. What are main products of project implementation? Regional strategies and plans for better organization of the management and exploitation of natural and cultural heritage. It is expected that inspired by the project results, to implement a number of new initiatives in the participating regions that directly improve 8 policy instruments, related to Growth & Jobs or ETC programmes. All the stakeholders, participating in the project, will benefit from them. €2,071,414.00 from 1 Apr 2016 to 31 Mar 2021 Topic Environment and resource efficiency Partnership Lead Partner Partner What policy instruments does the project address? Operational Programme "Regions in growth" 2014-2020 OP "Regions in growth",priority axis 6: Regional tourism ( will support the preservation, promotion and development of the cultural heritage in Bulgarian regions) and subpriority "Environment and preservation of natural and cultural heritage and CHH ( part of priority 3 by the partners agreement between EC and Bulgaria). Justification for selection: the project will improve Regional innovation strategy for sustainable growth as induces addoption of policies in sustainable management of these assets. Natural and cultural heritage are important resourses for sustainable growth in the European regions.  Without digitisation of natural and cultural heritage, the region remains outside the processes of the Commom European Development. Which partners are working on this? Euroregion Pleven-Olt Operational Programme of the ERDF of the Valencian Region 2014-2020 The concrete priority axis of this Operational project related to the project is the number 6 “Conservation and protection of the environment and promote the resources efficiency” In the framework of this priority axis, the investment priority 6d: Protection and restoration of biodiversity and soil and promotion of ecosystem services including through Natura 2000.  The specific objective is 6.4.1: Promote the management, protection and maintenance of natural areas and biodiversity , particularly protected, including measures to reduce the problems of erosion, salinization, desertification, deforestation and low organic matter in soil  Typologies of actions including:  - Initiatives and actions for the enhancement of the environment and natural resources. - Actions to promote the evaluation of services provided by ecosystems and their economic value.  Which partners are working on this? ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPALITIES OF THE RIBERA ALTA REGION Western Greece Regional Operational Programme (ROP) 2014-2020: Investments in Growth and Jobs ROP’s ambition is to achieve Europe 2020 targets for smart, sustainable & inclusive growth Strategic Objectives:  • Strengthen regional competitiveness by developing innovation and ICT  • Protect the environment and sustainable development  • Enhance Transport Infrastructure  • Enhance educational, health and welfare infrastructure  • Human Resources Development, Social inclusion & fight discrimination  Main concern: protection of natural environment, maintenance of particular environmental & aesthetic value areas & exploitation of the rich natural & cultural resources of the area  Which partners are working on this? University of Patras Regional Operative Programme 2014-2020 (ERDF) The Regional Operative Programme 2014-2020 in Romania aims to ensure the continuity of strategic vision on regional development in the country. The Objective Theme 6 of the ROP - Environment protection and promotion of efficient use of the resources - refers to investment priority: Preserving, protecting, promoting and developing natural and cultural heritage. Priority Axis no.5 of the ROP does not contain measures for the digitization and promotion of the cultural and natural heritage. Which partners are working on this? Harghita County Council Regional Operative Program “Employment and Growth” 2014-2020 (Por CreO ERDF Toscana 2.0) The objectives grounding the ROP, are oriented to concentrate resources for the competitiveness of the regional economy, to promote technology transfer and exploitation of ICTs. Concerning the supply chain trade/tourism/cultural heritage, it allocates resources for the purchase of services for the technological and organizational innovation, internationalisation and business creation. A set of actions to endorse a regional strategy on the exploitation of its major cultural attractions and museums implementing, new technologies coherent with the proposal aims, is provided. Which partners are working on this? FOUNDATION FOR RESEARCH AND INNOVATION Operational Programme for Cohesion Policy Funds 2014- 2020, ERDF The objectives of the policy instrument are various investments necessary for successfully using structural funds in Estonia in 2014-2020. The project focuses at measure 5.3 (development of creative industries) and its sub-activities 5.3.4/5 (integrating creative industries with other sectors) and 5.3.6 (raising awareness about creative industries). The project is in line with the investment priority of “strengthening ICT applications for e-government, e-learning, e-inclusion, e-culture and e-health”. The policy instrument should be improved as to widen its scope. The focus related to cultural and creative industries (CCI) does not include digitalization of natural and cultural heritage. Although Estonia is one of the most advantaged countries concerning digitalization (see for example www.eha.ee/saaga) the possibilities and potential provided by CCI in the larger context of e-culture development is largely untouched. Digitalization of heritage should also be linked with tourism, i.e. making the heritage available online and combining the traditional forms of exhibition with the ICT-based possibilities. It will widen the interest in heritage and result in visits to the sites concerned – promoting economic growth through tourism and e-solutions export. The policies introducing ICT applications tackle improving the availability of and access to e-services. The aspects of e-possibilities addressing economic growth and related service export are not elaborated sufficiently.   Which partners are working on this? Estonian War Museum - General Laidoner Museum The 2014-2020 ERDF Operational Programme of Castilla y León (OP) Priority 2: Enhancing access to and use and quality of ICT - OE.2.3.2. Increase e-government, e-culture, and trust on ICT.  It includes measures  to increase the use of ICT by the citizens and companies, to promote new business, e-commerce, and, as consequence, the economic growth. Issues addressed by FSMLRPH: - Collection and dissemination of digital contents related with Heritage - Promoting good practices collaborating with Regional Government and other public bodies - Promoting the consolidation of Regional capacity building around these sectors / activities integration - Improving procedures of integration and skills associated. Priority 6: Preserving and protecting the environment and promoting resource efficiency - OE.6.3.1 Promote the protection, promotion and development of cultural heritage It includes measures as actions to keep the integrity of cultural heritage by proper maintenance and management and encouraging the promotion of research, recovery and enrichment of the cultural heritage of Castile and Leon, using digitalization to obtaining a better understanding of the Heritage Issues to be addressed by FSMLRPH: - Fostering the public-private collaboration between regional, national and international entities in the indicated ambits - Promoting innovation and integration of activity sectors - Promoting the consolidation of Regional capacity building around this sector / activities integration - Improving procedures of integration and skills associated. Which partners are working on this? Foundation Saint Mary the Royal of Historic Heritage Operational programme for the implementation of European cohesion policy for the period 2014-2020 OP, priority axis 2: Increased access to information and communication technologies and their application and quality. Internet as omnipresent communication network of information resources and its easily accessible content and services is thus fundamentally changing the way modern society. By digitalization of natural and cultural heritage, we could give better protection, better access to different target groups, and greater compliance with international standards, greater connectivity and digital inclusion of Slovenian cultural and natural heritage in Europe's environment. Which partners are working on this? BSC, Business Support Centre Ltd., Kranj, Regional Development Agency of Gorenjska Sign up for the CD-ETA newsletter Subscribe now Our project contributes to the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 Read more Latest News See all project news 08/02/2021 Estonian War Museum experience in 3D modelling Estonian War Museum has been a partner in the international project CD-ETA. It has been a very fruitful and developing journey for our team. Type: Project 19/01/2021 MANRA understand the importance of digitising NCH After the participation of MANRA in the project Interreg Europe CD-Eta, the Mancomunitat de la Ribera Alta has consolidated a new service... Type: Project 11/01/2021 Activities of CD-ETA project in Gorenjska,Slovenia In the Regional Action plan for digitization of natural and cultural heritage in Gorenjska region the following main challenges were recognized and addressed: Type: Project 21/12/2020 “Support of Creative industries in Western Greece” The Region of Western Greece (RWG) is considered a pioneer area in the field of ICT... Type: Project 17/12/2020 Policy change: Strategic Plan for the MCF Policy change: Strategic Plan for the Metropolitan City of Florence Type: Project 07/12/2020 We reported achievements within the CD-ETA project The CD-ETA project leaves a rich legacy for further development and promotion of European Cultural and natural heritage... Type: Project 28/10/2020 RIBERANA - inspiration for preparation of new grants Riberana Project is source of influence for the Regional Valencian Budget and funds from ERDF for local entities focused on Heritage and Cultural preservation. Type: Project 26/10/2020 GP "Tholos" won a prestigious award The good practice "Tholos" was awarded at the "Destination of Sustainable Cultural Tourism’ Awards. Type: Project 05/10/2020 #Europecooperates: digital cultural heritage and COVID-19 The CD-ETA project explains how applying digital solutions to cultural heritage can help communities connect during difficult times. Type: Programme, Project 22/05/2020 RIBERANA The Mancomunitat de la Ribera Alta offered some virtual visits to the natural and cultural heritage. Several museus, natural routes,... are freely available. Type: Project