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EMPOWA

2017.11.01

2019.10.31

Project aims at boosting the participation of women entrepreneurs in the Horizon 2020-SME Instrument programme

 24 months  Horizon 2020

Coordinator: The National Documentation Centre EKT (GR)

 

Partners: ZENIT GmbH (DE), Agency for the Promotion of European Research APRE (IT), ACCIÓ (ES), Bulgarian Industrial Association: Union of the Bulgarian Business BIA (BR), Lithuanian Innovation Centre (LT).

 

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SNOwMAN

2017.10.01

2020.09.30

Project seeks to advance the Baltic Sea Region performance in non-technological innovation based on increased capacity of innovation actors.

36 months INTERREG BALTIC SEA REGION PROGRAMME

The lead partner: IA University College (DK).

 

Partners: Gdansk University of Technology (PL), Häme University of Applied Science Ltd. (FI), Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (LT), Hanseatic Parliament (DE), BusinessHorsens (DK), Business Development Centre Central Denmark (DK), Vilnius Industry and Business Association (VPVA) (LT), Lithuanian Innovation Centre (LT), Federation of Finnish Enterprises in Häme (FI), Pomerania Development Agency Co. (PL), Free Entrepreneurship Association, Regional Department Gdańsk (PL), Finnish Institute for Enterprise Management (FI).

 

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BGI

2017.10.01

2020.09.30

The project aims at atempowering a buster of Baltic game industry for regional development

 

36 months INTERREG BALTIC SEA REGION PROGRAMME

The lead partner: BGZ Berlin International Cooperation Agency GmbH (DE).

 

Partners: State of Berlin (DE), Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI) (DE), HTW Berlin University of Applied Sciences (DE), University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (DE), Dania University of Applied Sciences (DK), Norddjurs Municipality (DK), Unit of Clinical Alcohol Research, Clinical Institute, University of Southern Denmark (DK), Tartu Science Park Foundation (EE), Tartu City Government (EE), Metropolia University of Applied Sciences (FI), Neogames Finland (FI), City of Helsinki (FI), Foundation “Ventspils High Technology Park“ (:LV), Ventspils city municipal authority Ventspils Digital centre (LV), AHK Service SIA (LV), Kaunas Science and Technology Park (LT), Lithuanian Innovation Centre (LT), Krakow Technology Park LLC (PL), Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology (PL), wedish Games Industry Association of Swedish Game Developers (SE), Invest Stockholm Business Region (SE).

 

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GoSmart BSR

2017.10.01

2020.09.30

The project aims at fostering effective cooperation in transnational approach bwtween industry, R&D sector and authorities. 36 months INTERREG BALTIC SEA REGION PROGRAMME The lead partner:  Bialystok University of Technology (PL).

 

Partners: Podlaska Regional Development Foundation (PL), Vidzeme Planning Region (LV), Valga town (ES), Lithuania Innovation Center (LT), Kouvola Innovation Ltd (FIN), Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI) (DE), Business Aabenraa (DK).

 

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LARS

2017.10.01

2020.09.30

The overall objective of the project is to contribute to a strengthening in the design and the implementation of Smart Specialisation strategies in the partner regions. 36 months INTERREG BALTIC SEA REGION PROGRAMME The lead partner: Regional Council of Ostrobothnia

 

Partners: Lithuanian Innovation Centre (LT); Lithuanian Institute of Agrarian Economics (LT); University of Vaasa (FI); Regional Council of Päijat-Häme (FI); Region Ostergotland (SE); County Council of Norrbotten (SE); Oppland County Authority (NO); Conference of Maritime Peripheral Regions (FR); Office of the Marshal of the Pomorskie Voivodship (PL); Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (DE).

 

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Inospurtas

2017.03.01

2020.02.29

The aim of the project is to increase the innovation of enterprises and to encourage them to intensify the development of R&D&I activities by providing innovation advisory and innovation support services to enterprises. 36 months Structural funds, call – INOGEB LT Project coordinator:

Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology

 

Project partner:

Lithuanian Innovation Centre, Science and Technology Park of the Institute of Physics, Visoriai Information Technology Park, Kaunas Science and Technology Park, Klaipėda Science and Technology Park, North Town Technology Park, Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists, Lithuanian Employers’ Confederation, Lithuanian Business Confederation.

 

 

INOLINK

2016.10.01

2019.09.30

The aim of the project is to encourage company mergers in clusters, to increase cluster maturity, to promote cluster growth and international cooperation. 36 months Structural funds, call – INOGEB LT Project coordinator:

Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology

 

Project partner:

Lithuanian Innovation Centre

BSR Stars S3

2016.05.01 2019.04.30

The aim of the project is to improve capacities of innovation actors (SMEs, universities, business development organisations, regional authorities and national policymakers) to apply a transnational approach in the implementation of regional smart specialisation (S3) strategies. 36 months INTERREG BALTIC SEA REGION PROGRAMME

The lead partner:

The Baltic Institute of Finland (FI)

Project partners:

Nordic Council of Ministers (DK); Baltic Development Forum (DK); Business Link Greater Copenhagen (DK); The Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth (SE); Region Skåne (SE); Lund University (SE); Council of Tampere Region (FI); MITA – Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (LT); Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (LT); Lithuanian Innovation Centre (LT); Sør-Trøndelag County Authority (NO).

 

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VIP4SME

2015.12.15 2019.12.15

The main goal of the   project is to sustainably enhance Intellectual Property support services to SMEs in order
to allow them to understand the value of the intellectual capital they create and own, and to define strategies and
management practices allowing them to better turn this capital into commercial values and competitiveness.
48 months EU 2014-2020
Horizon2020

Project coordinator: 

Fraunhofer IAO (Germany)

Project partners:

19 project partners and 32 associated partners from various countries.

HIGHER

2016.04.01 2020.12.31

To achieve innovative models of PublicPrivate Partnerships suitable to mobilise investment in related smart specialisation areas and fostering an entrepreneurial discovery process

in driving innovation process of the policy instruments addressing RIS3.

48 months

ERDF 2014-2020 INTERREG

V

The lead partner:

UAB Research Park (Spain)

Project partners: 

Marche Region (Italia), Nordregio (Sweden), INTELI – Intelligence in Innovation, Innovation Centre (Portugal), Lithuanian Innovation Centre (Lithuania), Abruzzo Region (Italia), Association of Urban Municipalities of Slovenia (Slovenia), Region of Central Macedonia (Greece), Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership (UK).

 

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SUPER

2016.04.01 2020.12.31

Develop, improve and adapt regional policies that support increased international commercialization of SMEs’ Environmentally Sustainable Innovations and environmentally friendly products. 48 months

ERDF 2014-2020 INTERREG

V

The lead partner:

County Administrative board of Östergötland (Sweden).

Project partners: 

Linköping University (Sweden),

Vaeksthus Zealand (Denmark),

Murcia Business Innovation Centre (Spain), Province of Utrecht (Netherlands), Podlaska Regional Development Foundation (Poland), Tipperary County Council (Ireland), Managing Authority of Regional Operational Programme of Western Macedonia Region (Greece), Vidzeme Planning Region (Latvia), Lithuanian Innovation Centre (Lithuania). 

 

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HoCare

2016.04.01 2020.03.31

To boost generation of innovative Home Care solutions in regional innovation chains by strengthening of cooperation of actors in regional innovation ecosystems using QuadrupleHelix approach. 48 months

ERDF 2014-2020 INTERREG

V

The lead partner:

Nicosia Development Agency (Cyprus).

 

Project partners: Development Centre of the Heart of Slovenia (Slovenia), Business Agency Association (Bulgaria), National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics (Romania), Lietuvos inovacijų centras (Lithuania), National Healthcare Service Center (Hungary), IDERAM Business Development Institute of the Autonomous Region of Madeira (Portugal), DEX Innovation Centre (Czech Republic).

 

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INSPIRE

2016.04.01
2019.03.31

Study of Open innovation’s good practise 36 months EU 2014-2020
Horizon2020

Lead partner: University of Brighton (GB)

Project partners:

Lithuanian Innovation Centre (LT),
Knowledge & Innovation consultants Symvouleftiki Monoprosopiepe (EL),
Chemelot campus (NE),
Science and technology facilities council (GB),
TII association Europeenne pourle transfert des technologies ASBL (LUX),
Verhaert new products & services (BE),
Stiftelsen IMIT (SE),
Lappeenrannan Teknillinen Yliopisto (FI)

SPACEOLYMP

2016.01.01
2018.04.30

Increasing Space Motivation for Participants of National and International Science Olympiads 28 months ESA

Project coordinator and solo implementor: Lithuanian Innovation Centre (LIC).

 

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Enterprise Europe Network (EEN)

2015.01.01
2020.12.31

Searching for international technology partners for Lithuanian companies and academic institutions, raising the capacity of companies (to create innovations and cooperate), providing information and consulting services, promoting innovative potential of Lithuanian business and science abroad

72 months EC 2014-2020

Project coordinator:

Lithuanian Innovation Centre (LT)

 

Project partners:

Kaunas Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts, Klaipėda Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts, Vilnius Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts.

 

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Partners

Enterprice Europe Network
European Space Agency
European Movement Lithuania
Lietuvos Pramoninkų Konfederacija
Vilniaus pramonės ir verslo asociacija
Žinių ekonomikos forumas
Mokslo, inovacijų ir technologijų agentūra