Workshop on Digital Innovation Hubs serving the public sector, Brussels, Belgium
The main aim of the workshop was to help public authorities, procurers, policymakers, researchers and other stakeholders harness the power of innovation procurement to facilitate more quickly a clean energy transition and at the same time create opportunities for their local companies. A pro-innovation procurement approach - using both public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI) and pre-commercial procurement (PCP) tools - could be more widely developed in the field of energy in order to influence the market towards innovative and more sustainable energy-related products and services.
What role will Digital Innovation Hubs play in the Digital Europe Programme? How will funding work? How can collaboration betwee hubs be fostered any further? These issues will be discussed in the next meeting of the Working Group on Digital Innovation Hubs.
6th Working Group meeting of Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH), 03/04/2019, Brussels
Why are companies investing so intensely in the Textile and Clothing sector in Europe nowadays? What opportunities is this positive trend creating?
New JRC MOOC on monitoring Smart Specialisation strategies: Presentation at the Committee of Regions23/01/2018 23/01/2018
Which are the principles underpinning RIS3 and RIS3 monitoring? What are the core-indicators to monitor the sound implementation of research and innovation Smart specialisation strategies (RIS3)? Where to find the key data-sources needed to monitor them?
The S3 Platform organised a Peer eXchange and Learning (PXL) workshop on Policy Instruments on 17 January 2018.
A collaboration lab for the S3P - Textile Innovation partnership has been organised to facilitate the identification of priority areas.
First high level group meeting of the S3P - Textile innovation partnership
The Digital Assembly 2017 will take place in Valletta, Malta. It is an event co-organised by the European Commission and the Maltese Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
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