The LATVIA National Event was co-organised by the S3 Platform - S2E project and the Ministry of Education and Science of Latvia, State Education Development Agency (SEDA).
The CROATIA National Event was co-organised by the S3 Platform - S2E project and the Ministry of Economy of Croatia.
This conference, organised by DG Education and Culture brought together high-level representatives from the university and business world; from relevant Nordic and Baltic, European and international organizations, public sector bodies and authorities as well as other stakeholders to discuss how inter-sectorial and transnational partnerships can strengthen economic growth in Europe through the development of local innovation eco systems.
This peer review workshop in Rzeszów was organised by the S3 Platform and the Marshal Office of Podkarpackie. Since transition is one of way of economic development to be chosen within the frameworkd of smart specialisation, this time our flagship event focused on the economic transition of regions.
The S3 Platform organised a high-level meeting on challenges and monitoring implementation of S3 strategies, which presented the state of play regarding the implementation phase of RIS3.
The Forum brought together 300 high-level representatives from; higher education institutions; large companies; SME's, relevant European organisations and associations; as well as national, regional and local authorities from Europe and beyond.
Together with the Region of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace (REMTh), JRC-IPTS is currently carrying out a European Parliament Preparatory Action. This project has two main aims: to provide "hands-on" support to the implementation of the RIS3 in REMTh, a region heavily hit by the crisis, and to generate lessons for other convergence regions in Greece and Europe.
The Third Entrepreneurial Discovery Process Focus Group on tourism took place in Alexandroupolis (Greece).
Design, Innovation and Policy Conference at the Flemish Parliament in Brussels.
Challenges for the New Cohesion Policy in 2014-2020: An Academic and Policy Debate
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