The Albanian Investment Development Agency (AIDA), is the Albanian public agency whose mandate is to promote Albania as an investment destination to facilitate and support direct investments in Albania, to increase the competitiveness of small and medium-sized Albanian enterprises, and promote and support Albanian exports of goods and services by providing support services as well as financial assistance to exporting companies.
The Agency for Rural Development of Istria, Pazin is a limited company 100% owned by the County of Istria, and works closely with all county authorities and businesses, especially with the Department of Agriculture of the County of Istria, on joint projects especially for linking the public and private sectors, and projects that build the public infrastructure for the rural areas of the county. AZRRI was the first agency of this kind in Croatia with a specific purpose to coordinate production-wise activities into rural areas of Istria.
The Mini-conference: “Science meets Economy” was held on May 6th, 2014 in Zagreb. There were more than 250 participants present: many different ministry representatives, science and economic experts, directors of national and regional companies as well as small and medium entrepreneurs.
The 12th edition of the European Business Summit (EBS 2014) entitled “The Business Agenda 2014-2019: Rebuilding a Competitive Europe” is Europe’s key platform for decision makers and business leaders to meet and debate how to build a more competitive and sustainable European Union. It will be a significant opportunity for business leaders to present their priorities – looking beyond the crisis and towards a more competitive and better-functioning Europe.
This high level forum organised by The Ministry of Economy and Energy, hosted by Daniela Bobeva, Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Development of Bulgaria and Anna Yaneva, Deputy Minister of Economy and Energy of Bulgaria will present the major public instruments in the European area of technology and innovation :
The European Commission is planning to offer 20 million in prizes for researchers to offer innovative solutions to specific problems. A first pilot prize has been awarded this year to a company having delivered solutions to store vaccines without need for refrigeration and another prize, for which submissions are now closed has been launched with the aim of supporting the creation of apps for running local public services.