The system of business environment institutions plays an important role in the diffusion of technology process and assists the innovative entrepreneurship development. Their support is especially important in case of young entrepreneurs, which very often have innovative ideas but they lack the knowledge and the resources to transform it into solid business.
The number and variety of BEI ie. Business centres, innovation centres, financial institutions and their offer, according to the studies in point. 1.1 and data available in the work program, are insufficient for the appropriate innovation stimulation in the partner countries, which at the same time affects the level of innovation and the competitiveness of the European economy.
That is why TARR, EPLD, CTRIA and BARR decided to join their forces and by sharing knowledge and experience try to contribute in solving problem mentioned above.
The main objective of this project is to develop through the lifetime of the project (7 months) recommendations to improve systems supporting innovation among young entrepreneurs, applied by specialized business environment institutions, using the Twinning Advanced method and then to disseminate them in the partners’ regions and countries and other EU Member States.
The T+ methodology involves peer learning of equal partners. Therefore it is possible not only to exchange and disseminate existing solutions but also to develop recommendations for the new ones, which will eventually become good practices in supporting innovation.
In order to achieve the main and specific objectives the work‐flow of YoungInnovative will comprise a one phase process,
which is the development and dissemination of Design Option Paper.
Field of science
- /social sciences/economics and business/business and management/commerce
Call for proposal
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Funding SchemeCSA-LS - CSA Lump sum
85 059 Bydgoszczy