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Supporting SMEs to become more competitive

EU candidate countries should become more competitive by building modern, healthy business environments. The EU-funded BITNET INNOSUP project aims to further develop the initiative of the BITNET Consortium (Business, Innovation and Technology Network-BITNET). It will continue BITIN and BITNET Network efforts of supporting businesses, digitalisation and innovation. It will work in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Through the BITNET Consortium, it will act as a network of excellence and collaborate with the Enterprise Europe Network. The goal is to offer the best possible network services and support for SMEs, providing them support in internationalisation, digitalisation, innovation and the single market. With its professional partners from the wider region, the Consortium will help to implement client-centric and network-centric approaches, quality management, and health and human services.


BITNET Consortium (Business, Innovation and Technology Network-BITNET) as a single network of excellence, will build on the results of the BITIN and BITNET Network, offering integrated services in support to business, digitalisation and innovation. The BITNET partners agreed to work together within the Enterprise Europe Network, covering whole territory of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (hereinafter FB&H). BITNET consortium will provide a variety of the Network services and continue to provide support to their clients in internationalisation, digitalisation, innovation and Single Market. BITNET Consortium will implement fundamental principles of the Network (client-centric approach, network effect and quality management) and combine a continued “no-wrong door” concept with the Network principles. The network of competent and proficient partners will implement the project. Consortium partners are: The Foreign Trade Chamber of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FTC), Sarajevo Economic Region Development Agency (SERDA), University of Sarajevo (UNSA), INTERA Technology Park (INTERA), Zenica Economic Development Agency (ZEDA), BIT Centre (BIT) and Development Agency of the Una-Sana Canton (DAUSC). The Consortium partners UNSA, INTERA and BIT will be acting as a special Consortium within the Project (BITNET INNOSUPP) that will be delivering Key Account Management (KAM) services and services to enhance the innovation management capacity of SMEs. All these activities will support SMEs on their way of becoming more competitive internationally.


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Bosnia and Herzegovina

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