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"Designed in Romania" was the motto of this event.
Type: Project
On 2 March 2021, the Policy Learning Platform hosted an online discussion on Fablabs and Makerspaces. Read about the exchanges and outcomes.
Type: Platform
For the 2014-2020 programming period, the Common Provisions Regulation provides different options for cooperation, including outside of programme areas.
Type: Platform
On 19 December 2019, the first local stakeholder meeting of Start Easy project was held in Bologna. The aim was to point out success factors and weaknesses of l...
Type: Project
Covid 19: More than 1000 business ideas develop in the digital program in Møre and Romsdal  May-Britt Roald, Program manager entrepreneurship, hoppid.no...
Type: Project
AgroBioTech Research Centre – Applied Research in Nitra, Slovakia
Type: Project
On the 2/10/2019 the ecoRIS3 consortium had study visits to Vuokatti Sport Olympic Training Centre and Unit of Measurement Technology research
Type: Project
A Strategic Innovation and Research Agenda for the European T&C Industry is available on the web site of the European Textile Platform
Type: Project
Each SIE partner region carried out some research work to find out more about SME internationalisation in Europe. The work focused on finding out the extent of international trade in the partner regions, barriers to internationalisation, the effectiveness of SME support programmes and recommendations about how to improve policies and their sub-programmes to increase internationalisation levels among companies.  Kent (UK): The first part of the Kent SME Internationalisation Study was finalised in March 2017 and can be viewed here or you can download an executive summary here The second part of the Kent SME Internationalisation Study which focuses on the potential impacts of Brexit was finalised at the end of 2019 and can be viewed here. Molise (Italy): The Molise SME Internationalisation Study was finalised in May 2017 and can be viewed here or you can download an executive summary here Kujawsko-Pomorskie (Poland):  The SME internationalisation study for the  Kuyavian and Pomeranian Province, Poland was finalised in June 2017 and can be viewed here. An executive summary is also available here. Ústí (Czech Republic): The executive study of the Ústí Region, Czech Republic can be viewed here Nouvelle-Aquitaine (France): The SME Internationalisation study for the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region in SW France was finalised in August 2017 and can be viewed here. An executive summary is also available here. Cantabria (Spain):  The SME Internationalisation study for the region of Cantabria in Northern Spain, was finished in October 2017 and can be downloaded here. The executive summary can be viewed here. Cross-Regional Comparative Study: The Kent Business School carried out an analysis of the different regional studies conducted as part of the SIE project. The analysis picks up some common issues which the SIE partner regions (and no doubt other regions across Europe!) face with SME internationalisation. The analysis also includes a series of recommendations which the SIE partners will use to improve their SME support policies and programmes. The comparative study can be downloaded here. SIE Case Studies Our partner regions have some great examples of support programmes which help SMEs with internationalisation. How SIE partners help SMEs Studies on SME Internationalisation What challenges do SMEs face with internationalisation? How effective are programmes designed to help them? Find out with our regional studies. Barriers & Support for SMEs Tweets by SIE