Economic recovery in the context of COVID-19 and the role of science, innovation and regional development.
The project " EU-CELAC INNOV-AL PLATFORM II. PROMOTION OF DECENTRALISED INNOVATION POLICIES IN CELAC COUNTRIES " has ended after being approved by the European Commission. You can find the documents made during its course in the media library "project documents"
The INNOV-AL project is organizing a new cycle of webinars focused on the needs of the Brazilian project participants, but open to anyone who is interested. This new cycle will have several sessions with a sectoral perspective, based on a specific case in Portugal, but this time focusing on the role that a cluster / association plays in the integration of a particular sector in global value-chains. and in promoting the implementation of smart specialization strategies.
On July 28 at 4:00 p.m. (Madrid time), a webinar on Creative Economy (orange) as an engine of post-COVID economic revitalization will be developed within the framework of the Innov-AL program and examples of concrete initiatives by Croatia, Slovenia and Finland in this area.
Next Tuesday, July 7, the session will focus on the experience of the French regions and specifically three French regional development agencies will present their good practices. Thus, we will learn examples of platforms to link industrial initiatives aimed at professionals, as well as a coordinated business support system that provides distance support and learning, and mobilizes logistics, additive manufacturing, creativity, social business, and consulting companies. on the change in the production model
On June 30 the next Innov-AL seminar will take place and we will learn about the experience of the European regions of Emilia Romagna (Italy) and Bielsko-Biala (Poland). In particular, the response from the ICT and Agri-food sector in these regions will be analyzed.
The next seminar on June 16 at 16:00 (CEST) will take place the webinar "Post-COVID economic revitalization policies: The case of the Valencian Community (Spain)"