A short report will be prepared on the InnoCreate International Bootcamps delivered in 15+ European countries
"Following the selection of 50 SMEs for the first InnoCreate ""Creative Business Cup - ICT Challenge"" a Customised Support Plan (CSP) will be developed by the designated partner for each selected CI SME based on the individual needs assessment of each company e.g. some companies will require more networking support others more finance others more market access. This CSP may also include a financing plan if required. "
The dissemination strategy will be updated at the end of Month 12.
"Following the selection of a further 50 SMEs for the second InnoCreate ""Creative Business Cup - ICT Challenge"" a Customised Support Plan (CSP) will be developed by the designated partner for each selected CI SME based on the individual needs assessment of each company e.g. some companies will require more networking support others more finance others more market access. This CSP may also include a financing plan if required. "
Based on the outcomes of the mapping exercise and stakeholder engagement in Tasks 1.1 and 1.2, the Strategic & Operational Plan for the InnoCreate Network will be agreed by all partners in order to clarify the strategy and operational elements of the InnoCreate support programme
This deliverable will update the mapping and rating of support services available to C&I SMEs and innovative ICT SMEs compiled for D1.1.
A final report on dissemination activities will be prepared at M24.
A Final version of the Strategic & Operational Plan for InnoCreate Network, building on the first and second iterations prepared in M3 and M12, will be made available in M24
This report will detail results of CSP implementation for each of the participating SMEs (100+ examples of fruitful business relations enabled by the network in financing, networking & market access)
Final report & profile of InnoCreate stakeholders from all EU countries
The dissemination strategy will develop a clear branding and dissemination strategy and plan for InnoCreate outlining in detail the objectives, target audiences, key messages and planned activities for the duration of the project.
The online financial resource centre will be developed providing creative industry SMEs with customised support material for their industry subsector and stage of development. The access to finance supports will build on the previous experiences of the partners.
The International Market Access Support Centre will provide an online internationalisation resource centre for the creative industry sector. It will be developed providing creative industry SMEs with customised support material for their industry subsector and stage of development.
Th Online Networking Support Centre will aim to stimulate networking to overcome market fragmentation in the creative sector. Content and resources will be delivered through, for example, the: • CI SME Showcase • Connection centre • CI Networking Resource centre: details of relevant reports and documentation linked to networking in the creative industry sector will be provided e.g. ECIA report on Cross-Innovation • News/Events (communicated via social media in particular social media): Details of relevant networking events organised by partners or through other relevant projects e.g. ECB Network Creative Trade Missions or exchanges, partner events , Creative Cup etc.
The Knowledge Resource Centre will focus on stimulating the adoption and deployment of innovative ICT solutions by C&I SMEs through informing them about emerging ICT technologies and helping to connect SMEs with technology providers interested in deploying new technologies.
The InnoCreate concept is based on connecting creative SMEs with key ecosystems to support their growth. Rather than invest resources in establishing a new platform which will be unsustainable after the end of the project, WP3 plans to develop the InnoCreate Online Support Centre as an integral and sustainable part of the European Creative Business Network (ECB Network) and EBN web platforms.
This deliverable will map and rate existing support services available to C&I SMEs and innovative ICT SMEs operating in the CI sector in all EU countries at regional, national and European levels, with a particular focus on supports relevant to the InnoCreate service offering i.e. C&I SME supports in finance, networks, market access & knowledge. It will take into account mapping activities completed as part of ECIA activities, by other projects and the cluster observatory. Further information will be collected through online questionnaires completed by stakeholders in T1.1 as part of the engagement process. Rating of the services will be carried out by a panel of SMEs in each country who will be asked to rate the usefulness of the services they have experienced.
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