Projects archive

iBuy

The aim of the project – encouraging the involvement of the public sector in the development, implementation, and application of innovations by enabling these institutions to actively apply the innovation public procurement.

 

This project was implemented by 7 partners. Lead partner: Lithuanian Innovation Centre (LT)

Period

54 months

2018.06.01 - 2022.11.30

InnovaSPA

The aim of the project – improving policies aiming at supporting knowledge transfer and strengthening opportunities for open innovation in the field of preventative health and thermalism to address the societal challenge of an aging society and making healthcare more efficient.

 

This project was implemented by 8 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre. Lead partner: Thermauvergne association (FR)

Period

54 months

2018.06.01 - 2022.11.30

Pioneering Innovative Food for Seniors

The aim of the project – to create lasting impact for food businesses, particularly SMEs and their employees and to use innovative methods to enhance critical innovation and entrepreneurial skills that help companies capitalize on this niche market opportunity for new food products and services within the “Silver Economy“. Also, it is expected to increase knowledge exchange between food sector and academia.

 

This project was implemented by 6 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre. Lead partner: FH Münster (DE)

Period

24 months

2020.11.01 - 2022.10.31

SUPER

The aim of the project – to develop, improve and adapt regional policies that support increased international commercialization of SMEs’ Environmentally Sustainable Innovations and environmentally friendly products.

This project was implemented by 9 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre. Lead partner: County Administrative board of Östergötland (SE)

Period

78 months

2016.04.01 – 2022.09.30

HOCARE

The aim of the project – to improve the implementation of regional home care development policies and programmes that support the delivery of innovation by actors in regional innovation chains.

This project was implemented by 8 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre. Lead partner: Nicosia Development Agency (CY)

Period

78 months

2016.04.01 – 2022.09.30

FUTURE ECOM

The aim of the project – addressing policy makers and business support agencies across EU who need to fully understand the key barriers for SMEs to exploit and benefit from a global internet-driven marketplace in general and enhance digitization and automation in particular.

This project was implemented by 9 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre. Lead partner: Coventry University Enterprises Ltd (UK)

Period

48 months

2018.06.01 – 2022.05.31

GO SMART & EXCEL BSR

The aim of the project – enhancing capacity of innovation actors in the Baltic Sea Region (and beyond) to practically and jointly apply the Smart Specialisation Strategy approach.

This project was implemented by 11 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre. Lead partner: Bialystok University of Technology (PL)

Period

9 months

2021.01.01 - 2021.09.30

BALTIC SEA GAME INCUBATION

The aim of the project is -to enhance business support of game incubators through strategic transnational collaboration with other game incubators in the BSR. Joining forces in transnational cooperation will significantly raise the impact on industry development as opposed to acting alone.

This project was implemented by 9 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre. Lead partner: BGZ Berlin International Cooperation Agency GmbH (DE)

Period

9 months

2021.01.01 - 2021.09.30

GRETA

The aim of the project was to develop policy tools for sustainable Smart Specialization innovation strategies in BSR, supporting green transformation of society and economy in ways which are aligned with the EU
Commission Green Deal.

This project was implemented by 6 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

Period

9 months

2021.01.01 - 2021.09.30

Creation of new women-led business using aquaponics technologies

The goal of the project was to provide opportunities for Ivory Coast women to engage in innovative businesses based on the use of aquaponics systems. Women will acquire the knowledge and competencies required to set up such businesses, and will be provided with the necessary infrastructure.

This project was coordinated by Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

Period

14 months

2020.05.01 - 2021.06.30

SME Coach LT 2017

The aim of the project was to provide international technological partnership couching services to companies that have received support under the measure of SME instrument.

This project was coordinated by Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

Period

24 months

2020.01.01 - 2021.12.31

BEE NET

The aim of the project was to develop and test a public service package oriented at helping European SMEs to grow by helping them to connect to value chains and business networks.

Lead partner: SICINDUSTRIA (IT)

 

This project was implemented by 3 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

Period

25 months

2019.04.01- 2021.04.30

InReady

The aim of the project was to develop a tool that would help start-up’s to improve their pitching skills for the investors.

Lead partner: Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

 

This project was implemented by 3 partners in total.

Period

26 months

2019.09.01-2021.10.31

200SME CHALLENGE

The aim of the project was to offer innovation agencies a new SME innovation support scheme based on the principle of finding solutions to SME innovation challenges.

Lead partner: Hub Innovazione Trentino (IT)

 

This project was implemented by 8 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

Period

26 months

2019.09.01-2021.10.31

CAROTS

The aim of the project was to establish a new type of SME – Commercial Analytical Research Organisations (CAROs), helping enterprises to benefit from the knowledge and potential of scientists and research facilities in the Baltic Sea Region.

Lead partner: Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY (DE)

 

This project was implemented by 10 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

Period

30 months

01.01.2019 – 30.06.2021

INforM

The aim of the project was to create a cross-sectorial integrated Innovation Support Digital Framework for the mechatronics and mechanical engineering SMEs orientated to support companies in the digital transformation process.

Lead partner: Tallinn University of Technology (EE)

 

This project was implemented by 9 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

Period

30 months

01.01.2019 – 30.06.2021

BALTIC LSC

The aim of the project was to create simplified access to large-scale data processing for small and medium-sized enterprises.

Lead partner: Warsaw University of Technology (PL)

 

This project was implemented by 8 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

Period

30 months

01.01.2019 – 30.06.2021

OSIRIS

The aim of the project was to enhance silver economy growth opportunities in the Baltic Sea Region by improving the capacity of innovation actors to apply smart specialization approaches for tackling the challenge of the region’s aging society.

Lead partner: Häme University of Applied Sciences (FI)

 

This project was implemented by 12 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

Period

30 months

01.01.2019 – 30.06.2021

Innovators2B

The aim of the project was to develop the services for the first-time innovators.Programme – Horizon 2020

Lead partner: Poznan Science and Technology Park (Poland)

 

This project was implemented by 3 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

Period

12 months

2018.03.01 - 2019.02.28​

SNOWMAN

The aim of the project was supporting non-technological innovation in owner-managed manufacturing small and medium-sized enterprises through increased capacity of business intermediaries.

Lead partner: VIA University College (DK)

 

This project was implemented by 14 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

Period

42 months

2017.10.01 – 2021.03.31

BGI

Project aimed to foster innovation power and the emergence of a powerful game business scene around the Baltic Sea, to strengthen internationalisation and cooperation across stakeholders and countries, and finally to make the region a game business hotspot with a joint branding.

Lead partner: BGZ Berlin International Cooperation Agency GmbH (Denmark)

 

This project was implemented by 22 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

Period

42 months

2017.10.01 - 2021.03.31​

LARS

Project aimed to increase the potential growth of the regions, represented by the project partners, by strengthening the development of smart specialization strategies and the functioning of the innovation system.

Lead partner: Regional Council of Ostrobothnia (Finland)

 

This project was implemented by 9 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

Period

42 months

2017.10.01 - 2021.03.31​

Scaleup LT

The project aimed to assist innovative Lithuanian companies to internationalise and scale-up.

Programme – COSME

Lithuanian Innovation Centre​ was the Coordinator of the project.

Period

18 months

2016.06.01 - 2018.12.31

HIGHER

Project aimed 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.

Programme – Interreg Europe

Lead partner: UAB Reseach Park (Spain)

 

This project was implemented by 9 partners, including Lithuanian Innovation Centre.

Period

56 months

2016.04.01–2020.12.31​

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