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Lead Partner: Region of Peloponnese
IMPROVING SMEs COMPETITIVENESS IN REGIONS WITH AN AQUACULTURE BUSINESS ECOSYSTEM More than 90% of businesses in EXTRA-SMEs regions are inland and coastal SMEs operating across and around the aquaculture value chain, contributing to growth and creation of jobs. Along the chain, these economic operators are characterized by systematic weaknesses in reaching international markets and exporting their products. To this end, EXTRA-SMEs will support public authorities to join forces and exchange experiences in a) administrative simplification, b) expansion in new markets, c) innovative value-added product solutions, d) personnel up skilling, and e) resolution of stakeholders’ conflicts of interests. OBJECTIVE EXTRA-SMEs brings together 8 regions from 7 countries, to achieve expansion of rural and coastal SMEs in wider markets for the promotion of their products, through simpler and improved administrative processes, and innovative technologies. EXPECTED IMPACT - Increased capacity of 200 staff of public administrations to effectively support SME competitiveness - 14 million euros unlocked to support projects on the modernisation of the wider network of aquaculture SMEs - Increased awareness and consensus building among the wider aquaculture sector, the workforce, and citizens, to support measures for SMEs internationalisation operating locally (over 1000 individuals). MAIN OUTPUTS & BENEFICIARIES - 8 action plans to improve the addressed policy instruments, benefiting managing authorities and beneficiaries - 4 interregional workshops, 2 site visits and 1 EU-wide policy learning symposium to promote capacity building among partners and stakeholders - 13 policy briefs to transfer lessons learnt to EU public authorities - 1 benchmarking online toolkit for the assessment of the extraversion performance of SMEs - 4 joint thematic studies and analyses reports on territorial needs and pathways for the improvement of SMEs internationalisation.
A landfill is an ideal site for a photovoltaic plant. However, the special technical conditions linked with the sealing system have to be considered.
Location: Brandenburg, Germany (Deutschland)
Project: COCOON
Green Campus is a student driven programme driving a cycle of continual improvements across environmental themes on the college campus.
Location: Southern and Eastern, Ireland (Éire)
Project: INTENSIFY
Local entities founded “La Città Verde” to promote social/labor inclusion. Public-private investments created a circular economy process and a competitive SE
Location: Emilia-Romagna, Italy (Italia)
Project: RaiSE
The Region of Central Macedonia’s main strategy is the participation and co-creation in a number of S3P Agri-Food platforms.
Location: Aνατολική Μακεδονία, Θράκη, Greece (Ελλαδα)
Project: BIOREGIO
To support SMEs to develop and test new products, services and digital technologies. Tackling inertia and funding real innovation.
Location: West Midlands, United Kingdom
Project: Future Ecom
“Almada Less Carbon Climate Fund” aimed at reducing Almada’s carbon footprint by financing energy efficiency and renewable energy investments.
Location: Lisboa, Portugal
Project: EMPOWER
The Scottish government established Interface to increase the level of SME Innovation and to increase levels of business led R&D levels in Scotland.
Location: Eastern Scotland, United Kingdom
Project: CLIPPER
In December 2019, CCDRC proposed an Institutional Pact for the Valorisation of the Circular Economy to all active entities (public/private) operating in Centro.
Location: Centro (PT), Portugal
Project: REPLACE
The process of creating a Biodistrict of the Bolognese Apennines for the regeneration of agriculture in the area.
Location: Emilia-Romagna, Italy (Italia)
Project: SinCE-AFC