Mainstreaming Innovative Instruments for SME development in Europe

 

Mini Europe Interreg IVC project is approved

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Project Background The idea for MINI EUROPE was born at a regional Innovative Actions conference in Brussels in March 2006, when leading politicians from Flevoland (The Netherlands), the North West of England and Észak-Alföld (North Great Plain, Hungary) signed a letter of intent, committing them to further close co-operation on regional development issues. The need […]

Project Background

The idea for MINI EUROPE was born at a regional Innovative Actions conference in Brussels in March 2006, when leading politicians from Flevoland (The Netherlands), the North West of England and Észak-Alföld (North Great Plain, Hungary) signed a letter of intent, committing them to further close co-operation on regional development issues.
The need to improve policies and methods for sustained SME development was shared challenge for all of them. This small partnership agreed to bring together a wider group of regional authorities from across Europe to exchange experience and methods with the longer-term aim of incorporating the best results into their main programmes and policies.
An initial comparative SWOT analysis of their respective regional Convergence and Competitiveness programmes has already been carried out to identify key issues and economic sectors.

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