Definition of the specific challenge to be addressed and the RIS3 priorities that will be tackled through the activities proposed in ACTTiVAte.
It will consist of a completed version of the strategic communication plan outlined in section 2.2.5.
Template to be used for the competitive calls to describe the scope of each topic.
This document will guide the partners on how to carry out communication actions based on the material available. This document will include a section about project corporate identity, stylebook, how to review internal and external documents, use of language according to the audience and the media, social media as a tool, and a short guide to communicating technical results. This document will be reviewed and updated in order to cover the use of new material prepared.
"""Tool"" for monitoring, pursuit, visualization and supervision of the knowledge and technologies within ACTTiVAte poles and regionsption of deliverable"
Ranking the exchange proposals evaluated and approved, deployment of exchange activities and outcomes.
Companies presenting have an adequate pitch and financial plan.
Description of the topics to be published for the call for proposals process.
Taking into account D2.8 the final work program will be published.
Positioning and ranking of technologies/applications accordingly with cross-sectoral matching matrix, relevance and feasibility.
Analysis of the regional innovation capacities in terms of governance, stakeholders, policy tools, financial commitment, etc. SWOT.
Deployment of activities carried out and outcomes of the matchmaking activities performed at the brokerage/B2B/fundraising levels. Target outcomes: every SME having established between 5 and 10 contacts with potential partners (other SMEs), B2B players and potential corporate and VC investors.
A report on all the dissemination activities will be submitted at the end of the first year of the project.
Deployment of activities, engagement scope with SMEs and type of support provided over the duration of the program.
Report with a publishable summary of each ACTTiVAte funded project,
A report on all the dissemination activities will be submitted at the end of the second year of the project.
All the legal and financial conditions that the SMEs will have to fullfil to get the funding will be compiled on a deliverable.
Companies have a comercialisation plan.
An intermediate Sustainability Plan considering first results obtained by the project will be delivered to the EC.
General guidelines on how the demonstrators should be planned, implemented and evaluated, including Key Success Indicators
A report on all the dissemination activities will be submitted at the end of the third year of the project.
Deployment of the program, mentors’ distribution and assignment, and outcome and scope achieved by the one-to-one mentoring at every SME level.
A report on all the communication materials created (please refer to task T7.1) will be submitted to the EC.
A final report containing a detailed description of (i) The purpose and extent of impact evaluation in the ACTTiVAte framework, (ii) The methodological principles and practices commonly accepted for these kind of exercise, (iii) The data gathering templates, process and raw results, (iv) The application of evaluation methodologies to data following the array of selected impact indicators, (v) Results obtained and discussion of these organised under different criteria and categories and (vi) lessons learned and concluding comments.
At the end of the project, a final version of this document will be delivered including comments, suggestions and value perceptions gathered during Stakeholder Platform meetings, training workshops and Open days.
Document with best practices that will comprise strategies and initiatives to generate an environment of cross-sectoral innovation in SMEs beyond the project.
The document representing the input version of the survey presented to the cluster members
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Author(s): Ibrahim Gaidan, Dermot Brabazon, Inam Ahad
Published in: Sensors, Issue 17/9, 2017, Page(s) 1995, ISSN 1424-8220