RECREATE


RECREATE

REinforce Competitiveness of REgionAl Transport SMEs

RECREATE is focussing on the opportunities that new markets offer to innovative and dynamic transport SMEs through adaption of regional support schemes. RECREATE will improve the capacity and capability of regional transport SMEs to further develop and grow: this includes support for:

 

  • Research and Development
  • Rapid development and implementation of products and services
  • Access to finance schemes.
  • Internationalisation opportunities.

 

RECREATE adopts a holistic approach to SME support by improving all the relevant schemes that could potentially deliver growth to the regional transport SMEs. Recognising the importance and the potential of the transport SMEs in the economies of the regions involved, RECREATE will map transport SME support measures and assess their effectiveness. The integrated approach adopted by the RECREATE project will drive the identification and development of support mechanisms in the transport SME sector and it will ultimately deliver Action Plans and policy recommendations for evidence -based policy improvement.

 

Lead partner: Coventry University Enterprises Ltd (UK).

 

Project partners: Campania Region (IT), Development Agency of South Aegean Region –READ S.A. (EL), Public Institution Lithuanian Innovation Centre (LT), Regional Development Agency South-West Oltenia (RO).

 

Project’s website: https://www.interregeurope.eu/recreate/.

 

Project’s duration: 1 June 2018 – 31 May 2023 (60 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 1,1235 ml EUR.

 

Contacts: Ingrida Tinfaviciene, project’s coordinator, +370 523 56116, i.tinfaviciene@lic.lt.

Last time updated: 2019-02-12 10:13

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