Have your say on the future of investment in Europe’s digital economy
A place for DIHs to join forces and collaborate!
Now a draft version of the Digital Innovation Hubs catalogue is online. You can search more than 450 hubs from all over Europe. The search can be either a free text one or filter for technical competences, services provided, TRL focus or market sectors addressed. By clicking on the Hubs in a map or a search result list more detailed information about each DIH is provided.
With the Digitising European Industrial Strategy the European Commission and the DG CONNECT aim to ensure that industry in Europe can benefit from digital innovations. The investment of €500 million in a pan-European network of Digital Innovation Hubs (DIHs) is a pivotal part of this strategy. As part of the implementation of this strategy a Digital Innovation Hubs Catalogue will be created, Through this survey potential Digital Innovation Hubs can apply to be part of the catalogue.
74 European regions have been recognised as Reference Sites of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing for their commitment to excellence in investing and scaling up innovative digital solutions for active and healthy ageing. The Reference Sites range from Oulu, Finland, to Heraklion-Crete, Greece and from Andalucia, Spain to Olomouc, Czech Republic. Together, they commit to investing more than €4 billion in digital innovation for active and healthy ageing, which is expected to benefit over 5 million people in the next 3 years.
Boosting SMEs in the cultural and creative sectors: European Commission and EIF launch a new guarantee scheme30 Jun 2016
The European Commission and the European Investment Fund (EIF) today launched a EUR 121 million guarantee initiative to support SMEs in the cultural and creative sectors via financial institutions.
Call for Action for forward-looking policy-makers and social innovators to consolidate the Knowledge Map of ICT-Enabled Social Innovation in the EU and compete for the IESI Award
The meeting place for project promoters and investors
The European Commission has just released a report on digital progress in the EU. The analysis shows that Member States are at very different stages in the development of the digital economy; some, for example, such as the Nordic countries, are among the most advanced in the world, whilst other still have a lot of catching up to do.
The digital transformation of government is a key element to the success of the Single Market; helping to remove existing digital barriers and preventing further fragmentation arising in the context of the modernisation of public administrations.
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