InfoLab21 Features In 'Mini Europe' Case Study
InfoLab21 has featured as an exemplar case study in the Knowledge Transfer issue of an international best practice publication, "Mainstreaming Innovative Instruments for SME developments in Europe" (Mini Europe).
"Mini Europe is about sharing and exchanging good practice between the region of 8 European Union Members States in the fields of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, with the aim of boosting their regional competitiveness." Steve Pleasant, Chief Executive.
As a Mini Europe Northwest England Stakeholder, InfoLab21 represents Britain as part of an international consortium of transnational partners. The consortium is led by the Province of Flevoland (Netherlands) and includes Észak-Alföld Regional Development Agency (Hungary), Maramureş (Romania), Almi Företagspartner Mitt AB (Sweden), Institute for SME Industrial Firms of the Valencian Govt. (Spain), Patras Science Park S.A (Greece), and Veneto Region and Veneto Innovazione (Italy).
Mini Europe is co-financed by ERDF through the INTERREG IVC programme.
For more information see the link below.
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