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Project summary In the current European context, SMEs located far from urban areas meet the challenge not only to grow but also to survive. The improvement of their innovation capacity is essential to promote the regional economical development and to fight against rural exodus. By helping rural SMEs to consolidate themselves to overcome of the barriers to their growth and competitiveness is a challenge for the regional innovation policies. The RATIO aims to identify the innovative potential of these companies and help them to grow and expand their activities through: a learning process to implement and manage innovation This must be done by creating effective exchange of experiences in supporting cluster cooperation and international alliances, netwotks and clusters. This exchange of experiences among regional actors will be followed by the transfer of the lesson learnt to the regional programmes. The project will contribute to reinforce the innovation culture in the region boosting innovative ecosystems where actors (regional and local authorities and innovation partners) and stakeholders (associations, academia, regional governments…) can work together in the Action plan to reach the needed policy change for the consolidation of innovative companies in non metropolitan areas. €1,718,613.00 from 1 Apr 2016 to 31 Mar 2020 Topic Research and innovation Regional innovation policies changes ERDF Regional operative programme ROP of Aragón, priority Axis 1.B (1.2.1) Boost and promotion of research and innovatiion activities leading by companies and support of the creation and consolidation of innovative companiesOperational Programmes of Saxony and Innovation Strategy of the Freestate SaxonyDevelopment Programme of Ústí Region 2014 2020Strategic Programme Regional Innovation Strategy for the Małopolska Region for 20142020, Axis 2.Creating demand for innovationOperational programme Growth and employment 2014 2020 of Latvia: Priority Axis 1. Development and innovation of research, technology : Thematic objective 1.Strengthening research, technological development and innovation:Specific objective 1.2.1.: To promote investments of private sector in R&DCompetitiveness and Internationalization Operational Programme of PortugalERDF Regional Operative Programme (ROP) Lazio 20142020 Thematic Objective 1.b Promotion of R&I investments for enterprises developing synergies and connections between enterprises, research centers and universitiesSouthern and Eastern Regional Assembly Operational Programme 2014 – 2020 (Ireland) Priority 3: SME Support, Promotion and Capability Development Partnership Lead Partner Partner What policy instruments does the project address? ERDF Regional operative programme ROP priority Axis 1.B (1.2.1) Boost and promotion of reseacrh and innovatiion activities leading by companies and support of the creation and consolidation of innovative companies The priority axis of the Regional Operational Programme of Aragón addresses the Europe 2020 objectives, particularly emphasizing Research development and innovation area, where Aragón has a “follower” position due to its low investment in this priority field:0,9% of the regional GDP against the 2% of the EU27. Although the efforts in RDI are mainly done by the private sector, the participation, promotion and facilitator role from the regional public services is needed. More than 80% of the ERDF budget in Aragon is addressed to supporting innovation and I+D, the digital agenda, the competitiveness of SMEs and the change to a low carbon economy. In this sense, the RIS3 for Aragón has as main objective the consolidation of a medium and long term sustainable system of growth strengthening the stakeholders of the innovation system, reinforcing their networking skills, increasing SMEs participation in RDI and boosting the innovation skills of the regional society. The necessity to reinforce the innovation culture in the region gives a main role to the technological and scientific policy during the period. And to satisfy this necessity it is crucial the creation of an innovative environment where the interaction of the different stakeholders of innovation can give the result of new innovative products and services, taking as a base the already available resources in the region and promoting the innovation ecosystem also in rural areas, where the innovation investement is even lower. Which partners are working on this? Aragonese Federation of Municipalities, Regions and Provinces (FAMCP) BUSINESS CONFEDERATION OF ARAGON (CEOE Aragon) Operational Programs of Saxony and Innovation Strategy of the Freestate Saxony The Operational Programme of Saxony directly address the Europe 2020 objectives, particularly emphasising the goals related to research, development & innovation and climate change & energy sustainability. 81% of Saxony's total ERDF allocation is foreseen for supporting research & innovation, for reducing CO2 emissions and for enhancing the competitiveness of SMEs. Most funds are foreseen for strengthening research and development in the Saxon economy and for improving applied research in Saxony, in line with the regional innovation strategy. As a result, the yet insufficient R&D expenditure of the SME-dominated economy is expected to increase and the well-developed public research infrastructure can be better used for a knowledge-based economic growth. In this context, 4,200 cooperation projects between research institutes and enterprises including third-party funds are to be realised, and it is expected that around 330 Million Euro private funds from the Saxon economy will be mobilised for research and innovation projects. Even if the support of SME through network and cluster is target of regional innovation strategies, companies outside the economic centers Dresden, Leipzig and Chemnitz need support to take part, especially because research institution are often to fare away. There are lot of offers for innovation support in SMEs, but it seems to be still a barriers to use them. These compnaies will need low barrier support to use the promotion for innovation.  Which partners are working on this? Aufbauwerk Region Leipzig GmbH Development Programme of Ústí Region 2014 - 2020 The programme contains the development priorities and development measures supporting the development of the Ústí Region. Among most important objectives of the programme belongs the sustainable improvement of the region´s economy stability and competitiveness. In line with the Regional Innovation Strategy of Ústí region It increases the importance of innovation and knowledge-based SMEs in the county economy - increasing share of these companies in terms of employment, in terms of turnover and value added. The project supports the measures of the policy instrument in the Priority 1 Competitive and stable economy and the Priority 5: Viable rural part of the region. The document should be treated as a live document which can be supplemented by new measures or “sub measures”, if they have been tested in validity and are useful for the development of the region. In this case the project will support the consolidation and innovation of SMEs in the region and help to improve interventions coming from the policy document and this way the policy document should be amended. Which partners are working on this? Regional Development Agency of Usti Region, PLC Strategic Programme Regional Innovation Strategy for the Małopolska Region for 2014-2020, Axis 2.Creating demand for innovation Strategic Programme Regional Innovation Strategy for the Małopolska Region for 2014-2020 is a strategic plan to "Malopolska Region Development Strategy for 2011-2020" in the field of innovative economy. The main objective of the Strategy is to increase the competitiveness and innovation of Małopolska through the implementation of a harmonious policy, focusing on improving the conditions for business, innovation and science, development of information society, stimulating the demand for innovation and strengthening ties of cooperation between science and economy, especially in the areas of regional specialization.  The objective of priority 2 is to strengthen the propensity of companies to conduct business innovation by reducing the barriers and reducing the costs of innovation. The premise is also to achieve sustainable growth of private sector spending on research and development activities, and thus empowering companies in shaping of innovation policy and the development of the region. An advantage for the programme would be to put a greater emphasis on the development of MicroSMEs in rural areas. In it’s current range not much attention is devoted to rural areas, despite the fact that Malopolska Region is in large part covered by rural areas. Rural development is an essential part of development policy expressed among others in another strategic plan to "Malopolska Region Development Strategy for 2011-2020" called “Strategic Programme for Rural Areas”.   Which partners are working on this? Foundation in Support of Local Democracy Malopolska Institute of Local Government and Administration Operational programme Growth and employment 2014-2020: Priority Axis 1. Development and innovation of research, technology : Thematic objective 1.Strengthening research, technological development and innovation:Specific objective 1.2.1.: To promote investments of private sector in R&D. The specific objection 1.2.1 is to support actions for research according to the needs of the private sector, for development and implementation in production of new products, services, technologies and processes, networking of education and research institutions and entrepreneurs for development, testing and implementation of innovative interdisciplinary products and services.Policy Instrument will support also the dynamics and good business practices of innovative industries;minimization the barriers to innovation and to policy tools for supporting novel business innovation trends and focus on win-win relationships between entrepreneurs,policy makers and researchersPromoting business investment in R&I, developing links and synergy between enterprises, research and development centres and the higher education sector,in particular promoting investment in product and service development, tech. transfer, innovation, eco-innovation, public service applications, demand stimulation, networking, clusters and open innovation through smart specialisation, and supporting technological and applied research, pilot lines, early product validation actions, advanced manufacturing capabilities and first production, in particular in key enabling technologies and diffusion of general purpose Technologies. Vidzeme is below EU average in the proportion of SMEs that implement technological and non-technological innovation,investments in R&D,cooperation among SME’s and R&D institutions is needed. Which partners are working on this? Vidzeme Planning Region Competitiveness and Internationalization Operational Programme This program has as main objective the sustainable improvement of the economy competitiveness and so it contributes for the combination of competitiveness factors and entrepreneurial innovation. One of its priorities is to reinforce the investigation and innovation infrastructures especially regarding the SME. This priority will allow the consolidation of SME and also a valorisation of the economic knowledge, as well as their introduction in networks in order to diminish the implications to the interregional cooperation. The program should be better developed in themes that concerns with the efficiency of the interventions and give a bigger innovation support to the enterprises that participate in the programme,also improving the support given to SMEs and monitoring the project. It should also be improved the mechanism that promote a more effective articulation between people and enterprises, and also a better complementarily between instruments in order to promote a connection between the innovation delivery of SMEs and the market. Which partners are working on this? Municipality of Vila Pouca de Aguiar ERDF Regional Operative Programme (ROP) Lazio 2014-2020 Thematic Objective 1.b Promotion of R&I investments for enterprises developing synergies and connections between enterprises, research centers and universities. The reference tool is the Thematic Objective 1 ROP ERDF 2014-2020 Lazio: technology transfer, social innovation, eco-innovation, public service applications, pilot lines. Actions 1.1.3 and 1.4.1, that take part from the Unified Planning on the KA03 and KA04. Based on the context analysis, the confrontation with local actors and the regional government indications, three objectives have emerged: − Repositioning of regional industrial and productive assets in segments and markets with higher added value; − Making of Lazio a "great European region of innovation" with international dimension; − Bring Lazio at the top of the European benchmark, directing the renewed competitiveness of the regional entrepreneurial fabric towards markets with MENA and BRICS countries. The S3 of Lazio aims to foster the innovative capabilities of businesses located in rural or sparsely populated areas, in the fields of agrifood, health, water and natural resources management, smart cities and security. This is the direction to which reverse the trends observed from structural analysis of the regional economy which is characterized by i) increasing levels of concentration in few areas of competitiveness and productivity; ii) inadequate capacity of the tertiary industry to bring to high value-added market the research, industrial, cultural, creative excellences of the territory. The RATIO project complies with the strategy for the Internal Areas approved with DGR 477 of 17/07/2014. Which partners are working on this? Regional Association of Lazio Municipalities-ANCI Lazio Southern and Eastern Regional Assembly Operational Programme 2014 – 2020 (Ireland) Priority 3: SME Support, Promotion and Capability Development. "DOES NOT APPLY TO THE 5th CALL". The Irish business environment is dominated by SMEs, with 99% of businesses being classified as SMEs in 2010. As a consequence, the SME base acts as a major source of employment accounting for 69% of persons engaged, 51.5% of turnover and 46.8% of gross value added (GVA). In 2006, there were almost 16,700 enterprises born and by 2010 this figure had fallen to just over 11,200. By contrast enterprise closures increased from 11,900 in 2006 to 24,500 in 2009. Prior to 2009, the vast majority of enterprise deaths were in the construction sector however, by 2010 this had been overtaken by the services sector. The total early-stage entrepreneurial activity rate is 4.8% in Ireland compared with an EU rate of 7.2%. Fostering innovation in SMEs especially vulnerable ones will drive productivity and competitiveness of such SME’s. Focusing on Rural SMEs will facilitate innovation in companies who traditionally tend to be less innovative compared to companies located in urban areas. Improving SME competitiveness will enable the business to develop and grow which will have an additional spill over effect of reducing enterprise deaths which will also benefit rural unemployment. Indigenous SME’s are the underlying drivers of prosperity for rural areas and have been hit hard by the financial crisis and will benefit from the support offered through this project Which partners are working on this? Cork Chamber of Commerce  Sign up for the RATIO newsletter Subscribe now RATIO in short Learn about our goals, challenges, methodology Latest News See all project news 25/01/2022 Start of the RATIO, 5th Call of the Interreg Europe The news is concerning the successful result of the RATIO partnership - approvement of the application to the Interreg Europe Call for additional activities. Type: Project 16/12/2021 Kick-off Meeting of the RATIO 5th Call Information on Kick-off Meeting of the RATIO 5th Call Type: Project 21/05/2020 RATIO project VIDEO Video on realization of RATIO cooperation project has been published Type: Project 21/05/2020 RATIO Final conference 26/09/2019 results Information, presentations and pictures from the final conference Type: Project 18/04/2019 Implementation of RATIO Action plan in Latvia The article put the reader wise to the implementation of the RATIO Action plan in Latvia. Type: Project 20/03/2019 Meeting in Vila Pouca de Aguiar, Portugal The RATIO transnational meeting at Vila Pouca de Aquiar in Portugal took place on March 20 - 21, 2019. Type: Project 05/12/2018 Enhancing rural innovation capacity and performance Presentation of the RATIO project 1st phase results at the Thematic Workshop on “Enhancing rural innovation capacity and performance”. Type: Project 28/03/2018 Presentation of innovation projects Presentation of the RATIO Action plan to support SMEs innovation. Type: Project 28/03/2018 Stakeholder meeting 28th March 2018, Portugal The stakeholders were invited for a meeting on the 28th March 2018, held at the Enterprise Incubator of Vila Pouca de Aguiar, Portugal. Type: Project 27/03/2018 Local SG meeting in Usti Region - 4th semester 4th Local stakeholder meeting of the RATIO project was held at the Ustí Region (CZ), where the main output of Phase 1 for Usti Region was presented. Type: Project
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Project summary NMP-REG aims at improving regional policies for delivering innovation in NMP to manufacturing by focusing on policy actions that can support it, using a coordinated action from key players. NMP-REG achieves this through exchanging experiences and Good Practices in a context of interregional activities, communication and stakeholder engagement. Partners develop Action Plans that result in improved policy instruments, more and better-targeted funding, with leverage effect in mobilising private funding; new or better models for innovation delivery thanks to cooperation across the regional innovation chain. €1,930,151.00 from 1 Apr 2016 to 31 Mar 2021 Topic Research and innovation Final results The results that each region has achieved from the implementation of its Action Plan was summarized in a video that was presented during the European Week of Region and Cities 2020. NMP- REG took part in a workshop on the future of clusters in the innovation ecosystem during the week dedicated to Cohesion and Cooperation /12-16 October 2020). The workshop capitalised learnings of the 3 Interreg Europe projects involving more than 20 European regions: CLUSTERIX 2.0, ClusterFY and NMP-REG. Our stakeholders have their say We collected video interviews from our regional stakeholders and we created two videos. In the first video, the interviewees tell us why they have decided to actively participate in the project, while in the second one, our stakeholders explain what future benefits they see once the project is finished. Interest in NMP-REG project   Future expectations Background Nano-technologies and new materials (NMP) are a cornerstone of EU policy for innovation and advanced manufacturing. As one of the Key Enabling Technologies, the EU believes that NMP can reverse negative growth trends in manufacturing and foster growth and jobs. The common challenge is to ensure that innovation actors cooperate to deliver research results to the manufacturing sector, with subsequent benefits for regional growth. Objectives NMP-REG groups partners from 5 European regions, who want to face this challenge together. NMP-REG works towards a medium/long-term impact of creating a regional system that can support the manufacturing sector in applying NMP research to create new products/services; create places of work; promote a market for improved and cost-efficient products.       Partnership Lead Partner Partner What policy instruments does the project address? ERDF ROP 2014 – 2020 Axis I - Strengthening research, technological development and Innovation The policy instrument objective is to Strengthen RTD and Innovation (Axis 1). It is divided into 2 priorities. NMP REG addresses priority 1b “promote innovation, RTD investments and support synergies among enterprises, RTD centers and higher education institutes addressed to developing new products/services, technology transfer, social/eco/open innovation and clusters through smart specialisation, applied research and advanced manufacturing especially in KETs”. Within Priority 1b measures that the project hopes to address are: - support to innovation services in companies; - supporting innovative solutions for new products/processes and industrialisation of RTD results; - support for clusters among enterprises, RTD centers and other stakeholders; - support to technological advancement through pilot lines, early product validation, large-scale demonstration. The measures are designed to address the need to improve innovation delivery and capacity of enterprises (especially manufacturing) along the innovation value chain. Cluster organisations and innovation services are considered as key tools to enhance capacity in this field. However, implementation is hindered by a fragmented manufacturing system with slow access to innovation and a low propensity to innovation. In a highly specialised field such as NMP, examples are needed to demonstrate how innovation delivery can be improved. The instrument provides a framework that must be populated with concrete examples. Which partners are working on this? Agency for the development of the Empolese Valdelsa Support to strategic research centres (SSRC) (does not apply to the 5th call) SSRC is a key instrument within the Flemish innovation system to ensure transfer from excellent research to industry to stimulate existing / new economic activity. It comprises policy and financing for 5 Strategic Research Centres, all dedicated to a specific spearhead domain (IMEC nano-electronics and nano-technology VIB Biotechnology VITO energy, environment, materials and terrestrial observation i-Minds ICT and broadband, FLANDERS MAKE advanced manufacturing). They act as knowledge nodes where hard (labs, equipment) and soft (networking, advice, cooperation) activities, institutions and elements are grouped in a physical and virtual eco-system that connects research to companies. The starting point for NMP is that public funding should result, quicker than before, in marketable knowledge and societal return on investment of publicly funded R&D. It should, stimulate the (co)creation of spin-offs, start-ups and new economic activities. It should have a leverage effect in mobilising private funding. New government approaches and models of interaction between key players within SSRC (research centres, companies, knowledge institutes…) are needed. The NMP-REG can improve the Flanders Make (FM) programme. FM is the Flemish gvt instrument to support companies and industries in Flanders in the domain of “advanced manufacturing”. FM refers to both the policy instrument as the virtual and physical R&D eco-system for advanced manufacturing supported by the Flemish gvt.  Which partners are working on this? Flanders Innovation and Entrepreneurship Operational Programme NRW 2014 - 2020 for the European Fund for Regional Development "Investments in Growth and Employment" (OP EFRE NRW) / Priority Axis 1 / Regional Innovation Strategy NRW (NMP-REG relevant policies) NMP-REG addresses the ERDF ROP for the region, in particular Axis 1 - regional innovation strategy (aspects of relevance to nano, new materials and production). The innovation strategy combines the state’s research, lead market and transfer strategy into a common concept. Criteria are: relevance to national / global markets, contribution to solution of societal challenges, quality of higher education system and capability to deliver technological impact across industry using KET. The approach promotes smart specialisation in domains with significant socio-economic impact, in which companies / research facilities exhibit potential. The strategy promotes implementation oriented solutions. R,D&I is dedicated to sustainable solutions to societal challenges: climate protection / acclimation; resource-efficiency / raw materials; safe / healthy food; safe, clean, efficient energy; smart / ecofriendly mobility; health / well-being; safety; participation and social cohesion in course of societal and structural change. Despite NRW’s focus on translational research infrastructures the results of these efforts are still below average expressed in terms of patents per capita, number of business formations and R&D investments. Which partners are working on this? NanoMicroMaterialsPhotonics.NRW Cluster c/o NMWP Management GmbH Regional Operational Programme NORTE 2020 - Priority axis 1 "Research, Development Technology and Innovation" (ERDF) NMP-REG addressed ROP NORTE 2020. In particular, it is relevant to Axis 1: Strengthening research, technological development and innovation. Within this Axis, there is a focus on "Promotion of business investment in R&D, developing links and synergies between businesses, research and development centers and higher education." (Investment priority 1b). Proposed actions the economic value of knowledge and maximum return on technological effort, supporting the link between producers and users of knowledge, promoting technological capabilities of enterprises and creating conditions for a growing incorporation of knowledge in production of tradable goods and services. This support is critical for the regional economy to increase innovation capacity and control over value chain. Over the last decades there have been efforts to promote links and synergies between businesses/RTD centers/higher education. However, work is needed to define practices and support measures that promote effective ongoing collaboration and not in a case-by-case basis depending much on public financial support available. Mechanisms must be put in place that allow for a true, long term, continuous collaboration among these players, based on real industrial needs promoting this an effective technology procurement market. Using NMP as an example, this can bring a competitive position to the industries involved and consequently to the economic competitive advantage of the Norte region. Which partners are working on this? North Regional Coordination and Development Commission International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory National Strategy for Research, Development and Innovation 2014-2020 The strategy supports the role of research as economic growth engine and it aims to connect Romania to the new priorities of science and technology set by the Europe 2020 strategy and to Horizon 2020. To fulfill the vision it is based on three pillars: regional and global affirmation- enterprises as key actors of innovation; excellence through internationalisation: RDI sector as opportunity space; regional leadership at the border of science and in technology: breakthroughs in strategic domains. The strategy envisages the following general objectives: O1: To increase Romanian economic competitiveness through innovation; O2: To increase Romanian contribution to the advancement of knowledge; O3: To increase the role of science in society. As international statistics, like Innovation Scoreboard, highlights a very low performance of Romania in the R&D domain, the success of the strategy depends on actions with potential to prepare RDI ecosystem to offer a stable and relevant research activity, able to respond to societal challenges. The strategy links to the RIS3 strategy, which identified NMP as one of the working sectors. It also linked to regional development strategies, including the Bucharest-Ilfov region which includes NMP and innovation delivery. Thus, in increasing economic competitiveness through innovation and knowledge, the strategy offers a clear opportunity to insert NMP as a central pole for growth. This would be a significant improvement to the policy. Which partners are working on this? University Politehnica of Bucharest Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding Workshop on Industrial Modernisation in Florence Video summary of the "Industrial Modernisation and Interregional Cooperation" workshop held on 19/03/19 in Florence and organized by NMP-REG and TRINNO Take a look! Media Appearances Collection A selection of semestral media appearances gathered by the partnrship. Download them here NMP-REG Flyer Want to find out more about the NMP-REG project? You can now download the brochure. Download it here Tweets by NMP-REG Latest News See all project news 06/12/2021 Covid-19 and NMP: two events held Two workshops were held by NMP-REG project on the connection between NMP and post-Covid policies. Type: Project 12/11/2021 Covid-19 and NMP: two events scheduled Two events at the end of November and the beginning of December on project topics related to the current COVID-19 issue. Type: Project 23/11/2020 NMP-REG put the basis of a NMP community – NANO4MANU The final NMP-REG event for Bucharest-Ilfov region was organized online on 23 November 2020. Type: Project 20/11/2020 HIGH-TECH.NRW Demo Day 2020 HIGH-TECH.NRW Demo Day 2020 was held the 13 November 2020 in virtual mode. Type: Project 09/09/2020 Kick off for the business accelerator HIGH-TECH.NRW The kick-off for the North-Rhine Westphalia acceleration programme HIGH-TECH.NRW was held on 01 September 2020. Type: Project 24/07/2020 NMP-REG @ the European Weeks of Regions and Cities NMP-REG will be attending the next European Week of Regions and Cities (#EURegionsWeek) scheduled the next October 2020 Type: Project 28/02/2020 NMP-REG Action Plan implementation in NRW This news refers to the regional action plan implementation which is being carried out in North-Rhine Westphalia in the project Phase 2 Type: Project 28/02/2020 NMP-REG Action Plan implementation in BIR This news refers to the regional action plan implementation which is being carried out in Bucharest-Ilfov Region in the project Phase 2. Type: Project 28/02/2020 NMP-REG Action Plan implementation in Flanders This news refers to the regional action plan implementation which is being carried out in Flanders in the project Phase 2 Type: Project 26/02/2020 NMP-REG Action Plan implementation in Tuscany This news refers to the regional action plan implementation which is being carried out in Tuscany in the project Phase 2 Type: Project
Project summary The iWATERMAP project focuses on suporting the innovation policies in water technology sector, helping to increase the critical mass of innovation ecosystems in partner regions in this sector. The critical mass in innovation ecosystem approach means that all the necessary elements for innovation ecosystem are identified and put in place stage by stage, such as academia and business cooperation, cross-cluster fertilization, interregional networks and cooperation, science and education, thus ensuring stable and sustainable development of the system. The Project has selected the water technology sector as a focus area. The importance of the sector lies in its ability to help to address societal challenges related to water resource management - water scarcity, efficiency, use in other industrial sectors, resource recovery from waste water and waste water treatment etc. The sector has a large potential for generating innovative products and services which can be exported, thus also contributing to the creation of growth and jobs in the region. Overall Project objective is to improve innovation policies for enhancing the critical mass development of innovation ecosystems in the water technology sector. Reaching the critical mass in innovation will allow partner regions in future to rise above their own weight in innovation development, creating the conditions for raising competitiveness, growth and jobs in the regions. Project will address 7 policy instruments by assessments, learning sessions, roadmaps, action plan development, good practice identification and sharing and involvement of regional stakeholder groups. One of its main outputs will be preparation of roadmaps (3) for reaching the critical mass in ecosystem innovation in the sector. There are 9 partners and 7 regions participating in the Project from NL, LV, PT, ES, EL, RO and CZ, thus combining a leading regions in innovation (NL) with moderate (CZ, LV, ES, PT, EL) and modest (RO) innovators. Read here the joined iWATERMAP assasment methodoloy  €1,688,726.00 from 1 Jun 2018 to 31 May 2023 Topic Research and innovation Partnership Lead Partner Partner What policy instruments does the project address? OP Noord OP Noord 2014-2020, thematic objective 1, “Strengthening research, technological development and innovation” puts a strong emphasis on innovation, with 76% of the budget allocated to this thematic objective. The OP Noord highlights specific challenges in the region Northern Netherlands and is based on the RIS3: 1) SMEs in The Northern Netherlands are mostly innovation followers. The amount of innovative SMEs in The Northern Netherlands is lower than the country average and it is hard to create new innovation leaders. 2) The specific bottleneck for the innovation system in Northern Netherlands - in the field of human capital - concerns the availability of sufficiently skilled and specialized staff for the northern business community. However, the OP Noord needs to be improved because it takes the overall conditions existing in the region as a given and is not ambitious enough in making a difference. On one hand, the programme targets mostly individual SMEs of any economic sector. Rather than concentrating funding on chosen economic areas, the calls so far intended to sprinkle the ERDF funding widely rather than focusing on key sectors. Secondly, the current approach is also not met with particular success as the absorption rate is still very low. To better match the identified needs and strengths in the region the OP should therefore support the creation and growth of new innovation leaders, and improve the conditions for human capital development in the region.   Which partners are working on this? Wetsus, European Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Water Technology Province of Fryslân Policy instrument - Operational Programme Latvia "Growth and Employment” (OP); Thematic objective No 1 “Strengthening research, technology development and innovations " (TO 1). OP in general aims to achieve key national development priorities along with the EU2020 objectives. TO 1 specific objectives No 1.1.1 “Enhanced capacity of scientific institutions of Latvia to conduct research and contribute to innovation, as well as attract external funding and invest in human resources and infrastructure” and No 1.2.2. “To facilitate development of innovative and technology intensive entrepreneurs” are developed to support the implementation of RIS3. Water sector as thematic area is interdisciplinary and corresponds to all five LV RIS3 specialization areas. Specific water sector related issues to ensure sustainable water management through new technologies and innovation are supported from structural funds. Challenges: - Institutions implementing projects in new water technologies are dealing with barriers in introducing technology in real circumstances. Popularization of research achievements in this field would help to overcome these barriers. -Understanding the “demonstration beforehand” process is necessary in order to plan and introduce new technology; this mechanism should be intended and planned in the policy to speed up the cooperation between scientists and technology producers. -Additional investments in human capital. Now in the OP the main planned activities are trainings of municipality experts, but there is a lack of funding for educating final users, as well as scientists and decision-makers using real functioning technologies.   Which partners are working on this? Ministry of Education and Science of Republic of Latvia (MoES) Riga Technical University Crete Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020: PRIORITY AXIS 2: Sustainable development by improving the environment and addressing the impact of climate change. TO1- Boosting Research, Technological Development and Innovation Crete OP is one of the 13 multisectoral and multifunded Regional Operational Programmes (ROP) in Greece. The aim of the OP is to strengthen the capacity of the region and local authorities. The Crete OP is in line with the EU 2020 targets, Smart Specialization Strategy RIS Crete, Climate Change Adaptation Strategy. In the project, Crete will focus on TO "Boosting Research, Technological Development and Innovation in combination with TO “Sustainable development with environmental upgrade and climate change adaptations“. Investments on water sustainable management actions are estimated to reach 18% of the overall funding. In the RIS Crete, the environmental complex has been prioritised within the regional innovation system. The focus is on water resources, innovation in water management and tackling of climate change consequences. The fact that Crete has a developed primary sector and is a major touristic destination, has effect of jeopardising its natural resources sustainability especially under the auspices of climate change. On the other hand Crete is characterized by the presence of an internationally acclaimed educational and research potential which could develop and disseminate innovations in many sectors. Our aim is to promote the effectiveness of our policy instrument by seeking collaboration and exchange of good practices as well as new investment tools in an effort to confront the pressure on the water resources of the island.   Which partners are working on this? Region of Crete Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020 (ROP 2014-2020) Romania for North East (NE) region ROP is managed by the Ministry of Regional Development, Public Administration and European Funds (MRDPAEF) as MA. Through Priority Axis 1 - Promoting technology transfer, ROP allocates to NE Region EUR 36.15 mil for the implementation of investments on development of infrastructures and technological transfer (TT) services. To program resources, MA recommended to Romanian regions to develop a Regional Framework Document for Smart Specialization. This was developed by NE RDA in partnership with academia, R&D institutes, business and public sector. Access to these funds is conditioned by submission of Letters of Intention (LI) through which potential beneficiaries present the experience, the vision, the competitive advantages, the functional mechanisms, the assets and the abilities existing or created in order to develop the TT activities. A Regional Innovation Consortium and an Academic Advisory Committee have been set up regionally for analysing the 36 LIs already submitted in view of submitting relevant projects. To ensure the effectiveness of the ROP it is necessary to create new/further develop the existing TT entities as intermediates between innovation demand and diversified supply of research results. Given the importance of the water value chain, which has been identified as one of the key issues for the region, it is important to foster the innovation chain particular in the water technology sector, supporting growth and unlocking other economic potential.   Which partners are working on this? North-East Regional Development Agency NORTE 2020 (2014–2020 North Portugal (N-PT) Regional Operational Programme) Norte 2020 is the regional operational programme (ROP) for North Portugal. This project is aligned with the NORTE 2020 priority axis 1, that intends for Research, Development and Technological Innovation (R&D&TI), and specifically the Priority Investment 1.2 that aims at increasing investment in R&D&TI by companies, strengthening the link between businesses and the regional science and technology system , and promoting an increase in knowledge-intensive economic activities, as well as the creation of value based on innovation. The ROP supports several aspects related to innovation delivery and puts emphasis on internationalisation (specific objectives 1.2.3 and 1.2.4). There is a particular focus on the agri-food sector, as one of the smart specialisation areas. So far, the funds are mainly used for product innovation and less for process innovation that contribute to circular economy. However, the water sector is heavily impacted by the agri-food sector (lack of treatment of wastewater, nutrients from agriculture that enter the groundwater). A one-sided focus on innovation in new products (e.g. based on wine and dairy products, which are important in the North of Portugal) and the sale process rather than a circular economy oriented and sustainable production process hampers the long-term sustainable development of the region. It is therefore necessary that the ROP more actively fosters initiatives which focuses on water cycle innovation within the agri-food sector.   Which partners are working on this? University of Minho Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020 for the Murcia Region. Measures 01-1b Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020 for the Murcia Region. Measures 01-1b Measure 1b focuses on the development of links and synergies between enterprises, research and development centres and the higher education sector. It promotes among others eco-innovation and public private partnerships. At the same time, water management has been identified as a key issue for the region (RIS3), as the Region of Murcia is suffering an important scarcity of water which is conditioning the most of their industrial activities. The region aims to reduce the consumption of water by 10 % without reducing the irrigation surface because of the agricultural activity is developed in rural areas with very few industrial possibilities. It is therefore particularly important to foster innovation and the innovation chain (cooperation between enterprises and research) in the water sector, helping the local companies to stay competitive and to be able to cope with the scare resources. The policy instrument should therefore better address this particular field, making it easier for related initiatives to access funding. For example, water reuse and wastewater treatment plants as well as the modernisation of irrigation systems should be tackled. This could for example be through targeted calls or improved support for such initiatives or also revised selection criteria and specific priority areas, that address particularly water management issues.   Which partners are working on this? FOOD AND AGRICULTURE CLUSTER FOUNDATION OF THE MURCIA REGION Aktualizace strategií vize Strategie rozvoje Jihomoravského kraje 2020 (Actualization of Strategy Vision - Strategy of development for South Moravia (SM) region 2020) The update of the Strategic Vision of the Development Strategy for the SM Region 2020 follows the strategic documents of the EU, the Regional Development Strategy for Czech Republic and the Development Strategy of the SM Region 2006-2016. It creates a general framework for Regional Development Program and other regional concepts and strategic documents. It’s a strategic document outlining priorities and future interventions for SM with 4 main priority axes: 1. Competitive regional economy on European/global scale 2. Adequate and high quality public service offer 3. The development of core infrastructure and transport links 4. Long term viability of the disadvantaged parts of the region The main focus will be on priorities 1 and 3. Under point 3, water management issues are covered. Although general issues with regard to water management are outlined in the instrument, such as the importance for sustainable water supply, concrete and effective action proposals are missing. In particular, it is the innovation chain – good cooperation between research and industry – that needs to be better addressed to provide efficient solutions. This in turn is an important focus of point 1. Water technology has good potential to contribute to regional development, but for this innovation chain needs to be improved. This means that the relevant stakeholders need to be better involved in the development of the strategy and the decision-making process to ensure a functioning innovation chain.   Which partners are working on this? CREA Hydro&Energy, z.s. Tweets by iWATERMAP Latest News See all project news 01/06/2021 News from F&A Cluster Foundation of de Murcia Region Food and Agriculture Cluster Foundation of de Murcia Region Type: Project 25/05/2021 “Escola da Água” iWaterSchool Northern-PT region Regional stakeholders meeting – “Escola da Água” – iWaterSchool – Northern-PT region Type: Project 01/01/2021 Self-Assessment infographics  The assessments of the current practices of the water technology sector are ready Type: Project 23/10/2020 Challenges in Water Technology Sector EU and Latvia On October 23 representatives of the Ministry of Education and Science of Latvia in cooperation with members of Riga Technical University Water research and bio Type: Project 14/10/2020 New program calls in the field of WATER The iWATERMAP project from the INTERREG EUROPE program ends the 5th semester of its implementation Type: Project 04/06/2020 Innovations and Water management projects Innovations and Water management projects of the South Moravian Region Type: Project 06/05/2020 stakeholder consultation seminar North-East RDA The stakeholder consultation seminar within the iWATERMAP project, that took place online... Type: Project 30/04/2020 Food and Agriculture Cluster Foundation A meeting with stakeholders from universities, research centers, company’s advisers in the agri-food.... Type: Project 19/12/2019 3th semester North-East Romania Sustainable water management is essential for key sectors in Europe, such as tourism, agriculture, energy, Type: Project 18/12/2019 3th semester CREA Hydro & Energy Third semester of the iWATERMAP project was concluded by regional stakeholder meeting in our region at the end of November. Type: Project
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The partner proposes a controller from the public sector Qualified controllers in the public sector are, all public bodies authorised to carry out independent financial audits and controls, e.g.Rechnungsprüfungsämter (offices for auditing and accounting control), so-called Unabhängige Stellen (Independent Bodies), unabhängige interne Prüfstellen (independent internal departments for audit and controls).The partner proposes a controller from the private sector  Qualified controllers in the private sector are all members of professions officially approved for dealing with audit and controls.  With regard to Germany and the German part of the programme, tax practitioners are tasked to assess compliance with regard to expenditure reported by private beneficiaries.  Tax practitioners include:Steuerberater and Steuerberatungsgesellschaften (tax consultants or consultancy firms) Steuerbevollmächtigte (tax agents) Wirtschaftsprüfer and Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaften (chartered certified accountants or accountancy firms) vereidigte Buchprüfer and Buchprüfungsgesellschaften (sworn accountants or accountancy firms)In this case the general accountant's qualification has to be confirmed. Therefore the general accountant's qualification will be confirmed by either the state supervised Chambers of Tax Consultants or the state supervised Chambers of Public Accountants by a confirmation of membership for the chosen controller. 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 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. DownloadsAnnex 1 National Approbation Bodies Germany Publications in German Von Erfahrungen aus ganz Europa profitieren: Die Policy Learning Platform von Interreg Europe - a 'manual' on how to benefit from the Policy Learning Platform services prepared by Hessen Latest news from Germany (Deutschland) 05/08/2021 Bavaria has launched a 'Start Transnational' programme Find out about a support for beneficiaries from Bavaria to prepare interregional or transnational projects. Type: Other 27/07/2020 Germany's place in interregional cooperation Germany holds the Presidency of the Council of the European Union from 1 July to 31 December 2020. See how German partners work with others in Interreg Europe. Type: Programme 17/01/2019 Policy Learning Platform 'manual' prepared by Hessen The programme representative in Hessen, Germany, prepared an informative brochure in German on how to benefit from the Policy Learning Platform. Type: Programme, Other Upcoming events in Germany (Deutschland) Jan 28 2022 Germany Info event for project applicants from Bavaria An online event about Interreg Europe and its first call for proposals for beneficiaries from Bavaria. Type: Programme Feb 01 2022 Germany Info event for beneficiaries from Saarland An online event about Interreg Europe for beneficiaries from Saarland in Germany. Type: Programme Feb 17 2022 Germany Info event for beneficiaries from Saarland An online event about Interreg Europe in 2021-2027 for beneficiaries from Saarland in Germany. Type: Programme Jan 28 2022 Hannover, Germany Stakeholders forum wind energy The Climate Protection Agency organizes its biannual stakeholder forum on wind energy. It will take place on 28/01/2022. Type: Project Feb 01 2022 Germany FRiDGE partner meeting in Bavaria, Germany The next FRiDGE study visit will be organised in Bavaria, Germany, on 01.02.2022 as an online event. 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HIGHER's Final Event 08/01/2021 Agenda and presentation of the final conference. Type: Project Action Plans 27/09/2018 Action Plans developed by HIGHER partners during the 1st Phase of the project Type: Project Pilot pilot test to introduce... 08/01/2020 Documents of the pilot test to introduce 4 helix into RIS3CAT communities. Type: Project Good Practice Collection of... 15/05/2017 HIGHER Collection of good practices. Type: Project Videos 26/03/2018 Set of interviews to the participants of HIGHER workshops. 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Type: Project Project publications 13/04/2018 Reports, documents, etc. Type: Project Media impacts 19/09/2016 Here you can find all the media impacts of HIGHER project. Type: Project See all Library Items HIGHER's Final Event Copy Link Barriers to S3 implementation Mari Wøien Meijer & John Moodie, Nordregio PDF (483.15KB) Download Agenda Agenda of the Final Event PDF (693.14KB) Download HIGHER project: main achievements Juan F. Sangüesa, PRUAB, project coordinator PDF (1.11MB) Download Monitoring, Evaluating, and Designing RIS3 Ioannis Spandos, Regional Development Fund of Region of Central Macedonia PDF (1.17MB) Download Introducing a social innovation methodology Jordi Serratosa, Head of Business Development at UAB Research Park PDF (1.18MB) Download Action Plans Copy Link Action Plan - Region Central Macedonia Action Plan - Region Central Macedonia PDF (335.68KB) Download Action Plan - Slovenia Action Plan - Slovenia PDF (462.78KB) Download Action Plan - Stockholm Action Plan - Stockholm PDF (497.23KB) Download Action Plan - Marche Region Action Plan - Marche Region PDF (3.21MB) Download Action Plan - Lithuania Action Plan - Lithuania PDF (209.54KB) Download Action Plan - Região Norte Action Plan - Região Norte PDF (1.33MB) Download Action Plan - Abruzzo Region Action Plan - Abruzzo Region PDF (304.57KB) Download Action Plan - Catalonia Action Plan - Catalonia PDF (854.73KB) Download Pilot pilot test to introduce 4H model in the RIS3 Copy Link Ideas Laboratory Summary Results of Ideas laboratory on Smart Food. PDF (912.14KB) Download Good Practice Collection of Smart Specialisation Copy Link Catalogue of the Good Practices Collection The HIGHER Good Practice Collection of Smart Specialisation PDF (773.46KB) Download The example of Catalonia Multidisciplinary associations as core players for Catalan S3 PDF (146.67KB) Download The example of United Kingdom Science and Innovation Audits (SIA) for evidence-based discovery processes PDF (141.07KB) Download The example of Stockholm The Stockholm Model for smart specialisation PDF (128.39KB) Download The example of Slovenia Strategic Research and Innovation Partnerships for S3 (SRIPs) PDF (130.10KB) Download The example of Lapland (Finland) Clustering for critical mass, innovation and internationalisation PDF (260.18KB) Download The example of Värmland Institutionalised S3 collaboration for a leading forest-based bioeconomy PDF (260.90KB) Download The example of Portugal Joint Cross-Border Smart Specialisation Strategy PDF (28.29KB) Download The example of Pyrenees-Mediterranean Euroregion The Euroregional Innovation Strategy PDF (27.16KB) Download The example of Baltic Sea Region Strengthening inclusive growth in the Baltic Sea Region PDF (26.47KB) Download The example of Emilia-Romagna (Italy) A Monitoring Consortium PDF (27.46KB) Download The example of Poland The Polish multi-level system for S3 monitoring PDF (42.11KB) Download The example of Catalonia Monitoring process for Smart Specialisation Communities PDF (172.70KB) Download Videos Copy Link Michael BarnesThe Smart Specialisation strategy in Cambridge Andreas Olsson What are the leading circular economy initiatives happening in the Värmland region? Geoff ArcherWill the United Kingdom still participate in European Union research and innovation programmes post-Brexit? Cecelia JohanssonWhat is the current status of smart specialization in Sweden Esa KokkonenHow is the BSR Stars S3 project promoting interregional collaboration? Ioannis SpandosHow does the Region of Central Macedonia approach interregional cooperation through Smart Specialization? Jens SörvikHow does smart specialization contribute to building transnational partnerships at the EU level? Michael BarnesWill the United Kingdom still participate in EU research and innovation programmes post-Brexit? Niclas ForslingWhat are smart specialization ecosystems? Tautvydas TamulevičiusWhat are the current circular economy initiatives happening in Lithuania? Daniele AntinarellaThe Smart Specialisation strategy in Abruzzo Region (Italy) John MoodieThe Smart Specialisation strategy in Stockholm Maja FerlincThe Smart Specialisation strategy in Slovenia. Mantas VilysThe Smart Specialisation strategy in Lithuania Martina PennacchietiThe Smart Specialisation strategy in Marche Region (Italy) Workshop: Good practices in agri-food and tourism Copy Link Smart Farming services by Vasilis Kappas, (GAIA epicheirein) PDF (817.90KB) Download Case studies from Central Macedonia by Anagnostis Argiriou (Institute of Applied Biosciences · Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH)) PDF (2.00MB) Download Business Support in Central Macedonia by Ioannis Tsitsopoulos (KEPA - ANEM) PDF (4.96MB) Download Food Incubators by Filippos Papadopoulos (American Farm School, Thessaloniki) PDF (187.35KB) Download Organic Product Cluster by Vasiliki Giatsidou (Organic Products Cluster) PDF (395.99KB) Download Innovative actions in rural areas by Vasilis Kappas (GAIA epicheirein) PDF (1.33MB) Download New Milk by Efi Koutsomitropoulou (Creta Farms S.A.) 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Alenka Rožaj, director of Slovenian Innovation Hub PDF (1.28MB) Download SRIP Factories of the future by Rudi Pajntar, director of SRIP Factories of the Future PDF (1.97MB) Download SRIP Smart Cities and Communities by Matjaž Šteblaj, director of SRIP Smart Cities and Communities PDF (1.97MB) Download WCycle – circular economy model in a city by Brina Novak, City of Maribor PDF (1.30MB) Download Innovation Funding by Riccardo Paci, Loccioni PDF (1.39MB) Download Carta di Pescara by Abbruzzo PDF (920.52KB) Download Plastic waste, industrial material of the future? by Matej Feguš, Donar PDF (4.25MB) Download Circular Change by Niko Korpar PDF (1.60MB) Download Photo Gallery Copy Link HIGHER interregional meeting 26The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. KOM Barcelona 1The kick-off meeting of the project was celebrated at the Campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona on 26 - 27 June 2016. KOM Barcelona 2The kick-off meeting of the project was celebrated at the Campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona on 26 - 27 June 2016. KOM Barcelona 3The kick-off meeting of the project was celebrated at the Campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona on 26 - 27 June 2016. KOM Barcelona 4The kick-off meeting of the project was celebrated at the Campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona on 26 - 27 June 2016. KOM Barcelona 5The kick-off meeting of the project was celebrated at the Campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona on 26 - 27 June 2016. KOM Barcelona 6The kick-off meeting of the project was celebrated at the Campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona on 26 - 27 June 2016. KOM Barcelona 7The kick-off meeting of the project was celebrated at the Campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona on 26 - 27 June 2016. KOM Barcelona 8The kick-off meeting of the project was celebrated at the Campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona on 26 - 27 June 2016. KOM Barcelona 9The kick-off meeting of the project was celebrated at the Campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona on 26 - 27 June 2016. KOM Barcelona 10The kick-off meeting of the project was celebrated at the Campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona on 26 - 27 June 2016. KOM Barcelona 11The kick-off meeting of the project was celebrated at the Campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona on 26 - 27 June 2016. KOM Barcelona 12The kick-off meeting of the project was celebrated at the Campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona on 26 - 27 June 2016. 1st Peer Review Meeting 1Stockholm hosted the first Peer Review Meeting of HIGHER project on 10 November 2016. 1st Peer Review Meeting 2Stockholm hosted the first Peer Review Meeting of HIGHER project on 10 November 2016. 1st Peer Review Meeting 3Stockholm hosted the first Peer Review Meeting of HIGHER project on 10 November 2016. 1st Peer Review Meeting 4Stockholm hosted the first Peer Review Meeting of HIGHER project on 10 November 2016. 1st Peer Review Meeting 5Stockholm hosted the first Peer Review Meeting of HIGHER project on 10 November 2016. 1st Peer Review Meeting 6Stockholm hosted the first Peer Review Meeting of HIGHER project on 10 November 2016. 1st Peer Review Meeting 7Stockholm hosted the first Peer Review Meeting of HIGHER project on 10 November 2016. 1st Peer Review Meeting 8Stockholm hosted the first Peer Review Meeting of HIGHER project on 10 November 2016. 1st Peer Review Meeting 9Stockholm hosted the first Peer Review Meeting of HIGHER project on 10 November 2016. 1st Peer Review Meeting 10Stockholm hosted the first Peer Review Meeting of HIGHER project on 10 November 2016. 1st Peer Review Meeting 11Stockholm hosted the first Peer Review Meeting of HIGHER project on 10 November 2016. 1st Peer Review Meeting 12Stockholm hosted the first Peer Review Meeting of HIGHER project on 10 November 2016. 1st Peer Review Meeting 13Stockholm hosted the first Peer Review Meeting of HIGHER project on 10 November 2016. HIGHER interregional meeting 1The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 2The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 3The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 4The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 5The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 6The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 7The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 8The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 9The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 9The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 10The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 11The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 12The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 13The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 14The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 15The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 16The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 17The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 18The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 19The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 20The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 21The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 22The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 23The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 24The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. HIGHER interregional meeting 25The workshop was in Cambridge on 29 March 2017. It was aimed to identify good practices open to partners, policy makers and innovation experts. 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Regional Action Plans 26/08/2019 You can find the Regional Action Plans elaborated by the Clusterix 2.0 partners Type: Project Policy Recommendation 07/11/2018 CLUSTERIX 2.0 recommendations are now published and available Type: Project Good practice collection 16/05/2017 You can find here the good practices identified at the CLUSTERIX 2.0 project. Type: Project Media appearances of CLUSTERIX... 19/12/2016 You can find here all the media appearances of the CLUSTERIX 2.0 project. Type: Project Newsletters 25/01/2017 You can find here the newsletters of the Clusterix2.0 project. Type: Project Flyer and poster 25/01/2017 Downloadable dissemination materials of the Clusterix2.0 project. Type: Project Videos 30/01/2018 You can find here the interviews with the CLUSTERIX 2.0 stakeholders. Type: Project Clusterix 2.0 - Learnings and... 26/10/2020 Clusterix 2.0 - Learnings and achievements Type: Project See all Library Items Regional Action Plans Copy Link Regional Action Plan - Südtirol Regional Action Plan - Südtirol PDF (318.70KB) Download Regional Action Plan - Romania Regional Action Plan elaborated by NERDA PDF (407.75KB) Download Regional Action Plan - South Denmark Regional Action Plan - South Denmark PDF (556.84KB) Download Regional Action Plan - Skane Region Regional Action Plan - Skane Region PDF (410.59KB) Download Regional Action Plan - Romania Regional Action Plan - Romania (elaborated by INMA) PDF (929.27KB) Download Regional Action Plan - Lower Austria Regional Action Plan - Lower Austria PDF (917.07KB) Download Regional Action Plan - Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes Regional Action Plan - Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes PDF (944.78KB) Download Regional Action Plan - Hungary Regional Action Plan - Hungary PDF (6.72MB) Download Regional Action Plan - Flanders Regional Action Plan - Flanders PDF (1.01MB) Download Policy Recommendation Copy Link Regional Experiences with PPI Clusterix 2.0 - Regional Experiences with PPI - INNOBA PDF (3.03MB) Download Clusterix 2.0 Policy Recommendation CLUSTERIX 2.0 recommendations are now published and available PDF (308.85KB) Download Good practice collection Copy Link CLX2.0_GP3_Accredited innovation clusters_Hungary Accredited innovation clusters from Hungary PDF (1.13MB) Download CLX2.0_GP4_Academic sourcing_France Academic sourcing from France PDF (3.98MB) Download CLX2.0_GP5_Smart digital farming_Belgium Smart digital farming from Belgium PDF (2.74MB) Download CLX2.0_GP6_SME cross border value chain_Belgium SME cross border value chain from Belgium PDF (472.52KB) Download CLX2.0_GP7_Nano 4 health_Belgium Nano 4 health from Belgium PDF (4.99MB) Download CLX2.0_GP9_Under construction_Italy Under construction from Italy. 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PDF (210.33KB) Download ECCP weekly digest - CLX 2.0 in France ECCP weekly digest - Clusterix 2.0 in Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes PDF (636.93KB) Download ECCP weekly digest - At the WIRE conference 2018 ECCP weekly digest - Clusterix 2.0 at the WIRE conference 2018 PDF (332.88KB) Download ECCP weekly digest - WIRE conference Part II ECCP weekly digest - Clusterix 2.0 at WIRE conference Part II PDF (0.99MB) Download ECCP weekly digest - 7 new clusters in Flanders ECCP weekly digest - 7 new clusters in Flanders PDF (417.36KB) Download ECCP weekly digest - 2nd EU Cluster policy forum ECCP weekly digest - Clusterix 2.0 at the 2nd EU Cluster policy forum PDF (239.52KB) Download ECCP weekly digest - Joint RO-HU Conference ECCP weekly digest - Joint RO-HU Cluster conference PDF (256.34KB) Download ECCP - Policy recommendations ECCP - Policy recommendations 19.11.2019 PDF (101.03KB) Download ECCP Joint Ro-Hu Conference ECCP Joint Ro-Hu Conference (04.12.2018) PDF (194.10KB) Download ECCP Joint Ro-Hu conference 2018 ECCP Joint Ro-Hu conference 2018 (20.11.2018) PDF (168.70KB) Download Frisss.hu - Clusterix 2.0 Master Course Frisss.hu - Clusterix 2.0 Master Course PDF (3.50MB) Download Newsletters Copy Link Newsletter 1 First newsletter 30/09/3016 PDF (355.02KB) Download Newsletter 2 Second newsletter 31/03/2017. PDF (379.64KB) Download Newsletter 3 Third newsletter 30/09/2017 PDF (497.44KB) Download Flyer and poster Copy Link Clusterix 2.0 - Increased capacities Result of the CLUSTERIX 2.0 increased the professional capacity PDF (418.75KB) Download Clusterix2.0 flyer Downloadable and printable flyer PDF (4.04MB) Download CLUSTERX2.0 poster Downloadable poster of the project. PDF (420.75KB) Download Clusterix 2.0 - Final brochure Clusterix 2.0 - Final brochure PDF (4.64MB) Download Videos Copy Link Clusterix 2.0 - Final EventAchievements in Cluster Policies of the Last 5 Years Interview with Andreas WinklerClusterix 2.0 - Interview with Andreas Winkler (IDM-Südtirol, Ecosystems) in Denmark Interview with Helga WillemsInterview with Helga Willems (Interreg Europe Design 4 Innovation - Agentschap Innoveren & Ondernemen) Interview with Helle KnudsenClusterix 2.0 - Interview with Helle Knudsen (Region of Southern Denmark, Chief Consultant) in Denmark Interview with Annie Renders and Andreas WinklerInterview with Annie Renders (Head of Cluster Policy Unit, Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship) and Andreas Winkler (Head of Ecosystems, IDM Südtirol) Interview with Gabriela PirvuInterview with Gabriela Pirvu (Counsellor of Cluster Policy, Directorate Industrial Policy and Competitiveness, Ministry of Economy) Interview with Gál KörmendyClusterix 2.0 - Interview with Gál Körmendy (Expert for Cluster and Economy Development, Westpannon Nonprofit Ltd. Hungary) Interview with Simone HagenauerClusterix 2.0 - Interview with Simone Hagenauer (Project manager Clusters Lower Austria, ecoplus: The Business Agency of Lower Austria) Interview with Ulla EngelmannInterview with Ulla Engelmann (Head of Unit Clusters, Social Economy and Entrepreneurship DG GROW) Interview with Emily WiseInterview with Emily Wise (Consultant and Researcher at the Department of Business Administration, Lund University) Interview with Ovidiu SavuInterview with Ovidiu Savu (External Cooperation Expert, North-East Regional Development Agency, Romania) Interview with Karin Nygard SkalmanClusterix 2.0 - Interview with Karin Nygard Skalman (Member of CLUSTERFY project, Hundiksvalls Kommun, Sweden) in Clermont-Ferrand (FR) Interview with Ola Svedin and Magnus Thure NilssonClusterix 2.0 - Interview with Ola Svedin (CEO, Mobile Heights Cluster) and Magnus Thure Nilsson (VD/CEO, Media Evolution Cluster) in Clermont-Ferrand (2018) Clusterix 2.0: Interview with Ilie Calin BodeaInterview with Ilie Calin Bodea – State Secretary, Ministry of Economy (RO) at the Joint RO-HU Cluster Conference 2018 Clusterix 2.0 - Learnings and achievements Copy Link Business Plan for FCO A sustainable business plan for the Flemish Cluster Organizations PDF (341.23KB) Download Video - FlandersCLUSTERIX 2.0 learnings and achievements in Flanders Video - SwedenCLUSTERIX 2.0 learnings and achievements in Skåne / Sweden Video - AURAWatch the video explaining learnings and achievements with the help of CLUSTERIX 2.0 in Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes Video - South-TyrolWatch the video explaining learnings and achievements with the help of CLUSTERIX 2.0 in South Tyrol Video - INMAWatch the video explaining learnings and achievements with the help of CLUSTERIX 2.0 in Romania Video - NERDAWatch the video explaining learnings and achievements with the help of CLUSTERIX 2.0 in Nord-Est Romania Video - Southern DenmarkWatch the video explaining learnings and achievements with the help of CLUSTERIX 2.0 in Southern Denmark Video - Lower AustriaWatch the video explaining learnings and achievements with the help of CLUSTERIX 2.0 in Lower Austria Sign up for the CLUSTERIX 2.0 newsletter Subscribe now Tweets by CLUSTERIX 2.0
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Action plans will be developed in Phase 2 of the project, which began in January 2020
Type: Project
In this section we keep all the various documents such as conference reports, policy recommendations, dissemination materials and other relevant documents. Newsletters 03/12/2019 Newsletters the project produced in Phase 1 Type: Project Promotion and dissemination 11/11/2018 Promition and dissemination materials Type: Project Media Appearances 15/11/2017 Here you find our media appearances, categorised per country, per semester. Type: Project Reports events 13/12/2017 In this folder you find the reports from our events. Type: Project Malta Meeting Videos 20/12/2017 In this folder you can see the videos that we shot at TE1 in Malta (2017). Type: Project Press releases 18/03/2018 These are the project's press releases Type: Project Final documents Phase 1 02/12/2019 Materials finalised at the end of Phase 1 (December 2019) Type: Project Final High Level Event 26/05/2021 The recording of this final event and presentations Type: Project See all Library Items Newsletters Copy Link Newsletter 6 - Summer 2019 Newsletter 6 RELOS3 - Summer 2019 PDF (714.44KB) Download Newsletter 5 - December 2018 Newsletter 5 RELOS3 - December 2018 PDF (2.38MB) Download Newsletter 4 - Summer 2018 Newsletter 4 RELOS3 - Summer 2018 PDF (559.38KB) Download Newsletter 3 - April 2018 Newsletter 3 RELOS3 - April 2018 PDF (538.02KB) Download Newsletter 2 - December 2017 Newsletter 2 RELOS3 - December 2017 PDF (5.44MB) Download Newsletter 1 - June 2017 Newsletter 1 RELOS3 - June 2017 PDF (362.98KB) Download Promotion and dissemination Copy Link Wielkopolska – hydrogen direction The opportunities with hydrogen in Poland DOCX (1.11MB) Download General project folder RELOS3 General project folder RELOS3 PDF (1.74MB) Download Roll-up Banner RELOS3 Roll-up Banner RELOS3 - with changes until December 2017 PDF (442.94KB) Download Media Appearances Copy Link Press review January-June 2019 (PR5) Press review January-June 2019 (PR5) PDF (1.36MB) Download Press review January-June 2017 (PR1) Press review January-June 2017 (PR1) PDF (1.33MB) Download Press review July-December 2017 (PR2) Press review July-December 2018 (PR2) PDF (3.49MB) Download Press review January-June 2018 (PR3) Press review January-June 2018 (PR3) PDF (3.09MB) Download Press review July-December 2018 (PR4) Press review July-December 2018 (PR4) PDF (3.49MB) Download Reports events Copy Link Report TE5 - Seville - June 2018 Report on the joint TE5 and Capacity Building Event held in Seville, June 2018. PDF (1.50MB) Download Report TE4 - Wielkopolska - February 2018 Report TE4 - Wielkopolska - February 2018 - held in Poznań, Poland PDF (1.04MB) Download Report TE3 - Tartu - November 2017 Report of Thematic Event 3, held in Tartu, 21 and 22 November 2017 PDF (1.30MB) Download Report TE2 - Bologna - September 2017 Bologna Thematic Event, focussing on Sustainability of the RIS3 cooperation PDF (527.05KB) Download Report TE1 - Malta - May 2017 Report of Thematic Event 1 - held in Malta, May 2017 PDF (351.31KB) Download Report LTV1 - Emmen - September 2018 Report LTV1 - Emmen - September 2018 PDF (2.40MB) Download Report LTV2 - Sabadell - December 2018 Report LTV2 - Sabadell - December 2018 PDF (444.30KB) Download Malta Meeting Videos Copy Link Sabadell speaking about TartuSabadell speaking about Tartu Elizabeth Duda about MaltaElizabeth Duda speaks about the Maltese RIS3 strategy Press releases Copy Link Press release LTV Tartu Press release LTV Tartu PDF (131.29KB) Download Press release LTV Sabadell This is the pan-European version of the press release distributed after the Sabadell Long-Term Visit. PDF (138.15KB) Download Press release LTV Emmen Press release LTV Emmen - 17-20 September 2018 PDF (142.95KB) Download PR Capacity Building Event - TE5 - Seville (1/2) Press release Capacity Building Event - Seville - June 2018 - before event (1 of 2) PDF (333.57KB) Download PR Capacity Building Event/TE5 - Seville (2/2) Press Release Capacity Building Event - Seville - after event (2 of 2) PDF (331.55KB) Download Press release TE4 The press release sent out after TE4 in Poznań, Poland, hosted by the Wielkopolska Region. PDF (331.15KB) Download Press release LTV Bologna Press release LTV Bologna PDF (113.74KB) Download Final documents Phase 1 Copy Link PP2 Bologna Action Plan Approved RELOS3 Action Plan signed by the corresponding Managing Authority PDF (1.40MB) Download Smart Specialisation: reappraising local dimension Study done by Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies PDF (1.23MB) Download PP3 Wielkopolska Action Plan Approved RELOS3 Action Plan signes by the corresponding Managing Authority PDF (2.96MB) Download PP4 Emmen Action Plan Approved RELOS3 Action Plan signed by the corresponding Managing Authority PDF (289.91KB) Download PP5 Tartu Action Plan Approved RELOS3 Action Plan signed by the corresponding Managing Authority PDF (6.20MB) Download PP7 Malta Action Plan Approved RELOS3 Action Plan signed by the corresponding Managing Authority PDF (2.10MB) Download PP1 Sabadell Action Plan Approved RELOS3 Action Plan signed by the corresponding Managing Authority PDF (1.51MB) Download Final High Level Event Copy Link Welcome and programme Roel Folkersma Welcome and programme Roel Folkersma PDF (257.00KB) Download Evolution of the project By Lolanda Repullo PDF (889.58KB) Download Interreg Europe: state of play By Segolene Jean PDF (1.36MB) Download The importance of the local in the regional By Laura Capel PDF (407.55KB) Download City of Emmen - Action Plan implementation By Roel Folkersma PDF (417.86KB) Download Wielkopolska Hydrogen Platform By Michal Ptaszynski PDF (2.25MB) Download Impact on policy change By Alo Lilles PDF (1.83MB) Download Sabadell By Anna Puiggros PDF (974.58KB) Download Difficulties and success - RIS3 map By Marino Cavallo PDF (1.14MB) Download The Malta Experience By Pedro Fernandez Alvarez PDF (618.72KB) Download Final High Level Event on the 12th of May 2021This is a recording of the final event Report final high-level event Emmen In this document you can read the report of the Final Hig-Level Event on the 12th May 2021 in Emmen. 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