Exploiting digitisation to increase B2B e-commerce
Future Ecom addresses 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 market place in general and enhance digitisation and automatisation in particular.
This is done by the exchange of experiences and good practices across 8 EU regions in Future Ecom.
The main output will be elaboration of an Action Plan per region, based on the interregional exchanges. The knowledge and capacity gained by the partners will enable the design of new initiatives and/or business support programmes which compare with best practice. In the end, the monitoring of the implemented initiatives will improve the impact from the regional policy instruments addressed by the Future Ecom partners and the results will be disseminated across EU.
Lead partner: Business Development Centre North Denmark (DK).
Project partners: North Denmark Region (DK), Business- and Innovation-Center Lippe-Detmold GILDE (DE), Chamber of Magnesia(EL), Public Institution Lithuanian Innovation Centre (LT), NERSANT – Business Association of Santarem Region (PT), ERVET – Emilia-Romagna development agency (IT), Coventry University Enterprises Ltd (UK), Cursor Oy, Kotka-Hamina Regional Development Company (FI), The Regional Council of Kymenlaakso (FI).
Project’s website: https://www.interregeurope.eu/future-ecom/.
Project’s duration: 1 June 2018 – 31 May 2022 (48 months).
Project is implemented as part of the Interreg Europe programme and co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) for 2014-2020. Project’s budget estimates at 1,810 ml EUR.
Contacts: Ingrida Tinfaviciene, project’s coordinator, +370 523 56116, firstname.lastname@example.org.