Marche Regional Authority – Innovation, Research and Competitivness of productive sectors Unit – Lead Partner Next
Innovation, Research and Competitiveness of productive sectors Unit (I&R Unit) is one of the 6 units of the Industry and Craftsman Department of the Marche Region. It is composed of 7 internal staff members. Regarding the drafting and implementing of CB projects, the Unit can be supported by the regional development agency “SVIM”. This is a company (100% share owned by Marche Region) with a total staff structure of about 25 members covering all phases of project cycle. Both the Unit and SVIM headquarters are well equipped with all the office and web tools necessary for the successful CB projects implementation and joint partnership coordination. In the last 3 years, the I&R Unit has injected in the regional economic tissue about 100 ml Euro from EU and State funds stimulating private investments (for about 300 ml Euro) in research, technological transfer, innovative practice, creation of spin-off, etc. to increase regional enterprises international competiveness.
In the Puglia Region Authority the Department for Politics for Economic Development and Innovation represent a major player in the implementation of politics for technological innovation of SMEs, business development and research. With more than 100 officer and administrator in the recent years the department has managed regional resources for research, innovation and information society policies 2007 – 2013 . It has suitable and experienced staff members in the management of cooperation projects and in the implementation of the specific activities envisaged in the project.
Šibenik is a historic town in Croatia, located in central Dalmatia where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic Sea. Šibenik is a political, educational, transport, industrial and tourist center of Šibenik-Knin county.
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The main goal of PfD is to contribute in the social-economic and institutional sustainable development of Albania in the framework of its future regional, European and international integration. It aims to simulate, support and disseminate opportunities of democratic, social, economic, cultural, environmental and human development of Albanian population in cooperation with the other nations of the Region and wider.Read more: http://www.europartners.al/index.php?ep=ngo_det&ngoid=64&menu=ngo&PHPSESSID=16dc7a67f7e1d975b1531ea598b22c8f
The Chamber of Commerce of Montenegro is an autonomous, business, professional and interest-basted organisation of business organisations, banks and other financial organisations, personal and property insurance companies, and entrepreneurs doing business in Montenegro (MoE 2009: 38). Within CCE, eleven sub-associations exist.
Functioning as a link between the private and public sector, CCE provides information and training services to its members to strengthen their position in the market, by means of continuous updates on the standards and legal regulations of the EU and the WTO, staff and management training for a more efficient transfer to business operation in compliance with EU rules and standards (MoE 2009: 57
The Istrian Development Agency (IDA) Ltd. is the first regional, and one of the leading Croatian development agencies. It was established on 14 December 1999 as an operational body entrusted with the implementation of development programmes of the Region of Istria and the Istria 21 Development Consortium. Registered with the Commercial Court in Rijeka on 29 May 2000, it became operational on 1 June 2000.
From October 2007 IDA is a member of the Coordination of Regional Development Agencies of the Adriatic Statistic Region – RAJ. In addition to IDA, the Coordination’s members are the Regional Development Agency of Dubrovnik-Neretva Region DUNEA Ltd., the Regional Development Agency PORIN Ltd. from Rijeka, the Zadar Region Development Agency ZADRA Ltd., the Regional Development Agency of the Šibenik-Knin Region and the Regional Development Agency of the Split-Dalmatia Region.
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Regional economic development presents a key instrument for support and acceleration of the process of economic and social reforms, as well as for preparation of foundations for access to European Union.
Regional economic development is a dynamic process aimed at creation of jobs, maintenance or increase of existing employment level, promotion of foreign investments and improvement of regional advantage in competitiveness to the maximum in medium-term and long-term period.
REDAH has been established as a result of wish of relevant protagonists from the region to devote themselves to the issues of common interest more actively. All this is aimed at enabling faster economic development of local communities and achieving balanced development of the region as a whole.
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