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Enterprise Europe Network has produced a useful guide for Business Support Organisations on supporting SMEs with internationalisation.
Type: Project
Rinker Center provides training, financial and mentoring support to social and traditional startups and SMEs. Single startup support 3m before &12m after setup
Location: Югозападен, Bulgaria (България)
Project: OSS
Increasing the knowledge and capacity of the Bulgarian companies to export on international markets through basic, sectoral trainings and information seminars.
Location: Югозападен, Bulgaria (България)
Project: INTRA
Strengthening and enlarging the presence of the Bulgarian SMEs on the international markets and effectively using the advantages of the European market.
Location: Югозападен, Bulgaria (България)
Project: INTRA
On 23 December 2020, the European Commission approved program for supporting Polish SMEs that meet financial problems because of COVID-19 pandemic.
Type: Project
Lead Partner: Regional Government of Umbria
CLAY aims at supporting the ceramic sector by prioritising new technologies, strengthening brands and developing new services to maintain competitive advantage and face the challenge of globalisation. The Artistic Ceramics represents a central part of European tradition, mainly composed by small and micro enterprises that were hit by the economic crisis and low-cost competition. For the ceramic sector, globalisation represents a challenge but also an opportunity, in this sense the sector, supported by public policies, must improve the way it conceives and develops new products, industrial processes and services, in line with the recent drive towards advanced manufacturing. The CLAY project gathers 5 regions which have both important ceramics traditions and innovative small and medium enterprises, and uses interregional exchange to identify solutions to the challenge of matching tradition and innovation, by improving regional programmes for innovation. The main goal of the project is to show that product, process design and innovation can keep tradition and modernity visible and competitive in today’s world. The overall objective is to ensure that policy instruments are adapted to support the ceramic sector to flourish in the contemporary global environment.
Lead Partner: Regional Development Agency of Murcia Region
SCALE UP plans to improve policy instruments supporting SMEs capacity to growth in national and international markets. Main objective of SCALE UP is to contribute to European competitiveness and accelerate regional economic growth through the improvement of 6 policy instruments linked to business growth and robustness. SCALE UP represents six EU regions (plus Advisory partner) with different stages of development in terms of industry SMEs scale up but common needs. The following scale-up key areas have been identified to work in the project: New business collaborative models; Improve collaborative culture between science, technology, innovation & industrial companies; Regional smart specialisation sectors in form of partnerships/networks/clusters; use & adaptation to new technologies and accessing to finance tools. SCALE UP work plan has been designed following a coherent and integrated approach where all the activities are interlinked and framed in a logical path. The approach starts with an analysis of partners’ local situations to identify valuable practices which will be then reviewed (through site visits and peer reviews) in a perspective of transfer and adaptation, to design and implement 6 action plans. These stages are backed up by structured activities and a learning process to improve the level of development of business scaling policies and knowledge of key actors (Interreg. Policy Learning Events, brokerage events, roundtables, open innovation seminars, etc). Stakeholders Action Groups will be created in each region and main local & regional actors will be actively involved in the whole interregional learning process. Scale-up business is part of the objective of supporting SMEs growth, to support regional authorities to respond adequately to key obstacles that obstruct industry sector on their path to growth taking into account the conditions of the current worldwide markets.
Lead Partner: Adam Mickiewicz University Foundation, Poznan Science and Technology Park
ESSPO contextSo far considerable budgets have been invested across EU for SMEs support measures, however their impact on the economy of EU territories could be improved. Therefore, the aim of ESSPO project is to address the issue of efficiency of SME support policies and develop comprehensive support portfolios designed as policy mixes, which would identify and establish synergies between different services and smartly target relevant segments of SME population. ESSPO goal The project takes a long-term approach to contribute to the creation of effective and efficient SME support service portfolios, which are capable to impact the regional economies via increasing SME’s competitiveness, especially focusing on their growth on national and international markets as well as on their improved engagement in innovation processes.
Innotec grants aim to support RDI projects done by SMEs and recognized tecnology agents (TECNIO centers). They include a circular economy eligible category.
Location: Cataluña, Spain (España)
Project: CircE
Empowerment of SMEs for participation at international B2B events through EEN activities.
Location: Vzhodna Slovenija, Slovenia (Slovenija)
Project: INTRA