DANUBEPARKS won the big prize in the category for cross-border cooperation and networking at the European Natura 2000 Awards!
Cut off the Internet in the middle of the countryside? Not any more. PPP4 Broadband project brings the solution.
Thematic pole 2 has just finalised its recommendations to future transnational programmes on how to support SME access to finance in the new programming period 2014-2020.
TEN ECOPORT project partners have set up a European Territorial Cooperation Grouping (EGTC) to maintain collaboration on environmental management of coastal and port areas.
The RegioStars Awards are designed to demonstrate the results of EU funding, by putting the spotlight on the most inspiring and innovative European projects co-funded by the Cohesion Policy. We invite all SEE projects to participate!
The SEE projects CMC (Clusters meet culture: an opportunity for development) and ROSEE (ROad safety in South East European regions)have published the last issue of their newsletters.
The SEE project TEN ECOPORT (Transnational ENhancement of ECOPORT8 network) has recently celebrated the signature of the Memorandum of Understanding (Bari, 17/12/2014) for the establishment of a Task Force ensuring the sustainability and transferability of the project activities and results in the long term.
The two SEE projects ROSEE (ROad safety in South East European regions) and SENSOR (South East Neighbourhood Safe Routes), covering similar topics, have produced a new number of its joint newsletter.
The SEE projects SNAP-SEE (Sustainable Aggregates Planning in South East Europe) and EASE&SEE (Enabling Actions for Social Enterprises in South East Europe) have produced a video to promote their activities.
The SEE projects Hint (Harmonized Inland Navigation Transport through education and information technology) and SEE River (Sustainable Integrated Management of International River Corridors in SEE Countries) have recently published the last issue of their newsletters.
140 people participated in the AGRO-START closing conference ''Facilitation of innovation and entrepreneurship in the animal breeding and horticultural sector'' that was organized in Bitola, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on 20.11.2014, among them business support organisations and service companies that provide assistance to SMEs active in the horticulture and animal breeding sector, farmers, business associations and chambers of commerce.
Danube-INCO.NET is a project funded under FP7 as a coordination and support action for the official EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR), and particularly in the field of research and innovation (R&I).
The SEE project ACROSEE (Accessibility improved at border CROSsings for the integration of South East Europe) organised last 11th November a workshop at the European Parliament and plans to organise its final conference next 5th December in Vienna.
Innoskart ICT Cluster (Székesfehérvár, Hungary), one of the partners of the SEE project SEE Innova, has been the first cluster in South East Europe and the third in Europe receiving the Silver Label from ESCA (European Secretariat for Cluster Analyses) - organisation mandated by the European Cluster Excellence Initiative (ECEI) to organize the assessment process (September/2014).
The SEE projects ClusterPoliSEE (Smarter Cluster Policies for South East Europe) and AgroStart (Transnational network for SME support in the animal breeding and horticulture sector) organise their final events in the coming days.
The City of Venice is organising the EASE&SEE (Enabling Actions for Social Enterprises in South East Europe) final conference, which is scheduled for the 28th of November in Venice, Italy.
The SEE projects Gift (Green Intermodal Freight Transport), Rail4SEE (Rail Hub Cities for South East Europe) and PPP4Broadband (Tackling the "Broadband Gap" in SEE Rural areas through PPP model) organise three dissemination conferences in the coming weeks.
The SEE projects SEE Innova, Newada Duo and SEE TV-WEB organise their final events next week in Budapest.
The SEE projects Cloud (CLusters Orientation towards Up-to-date technologies and models for common Development) and Mild Home (My Modular, Intelligent, Low cost, Do it yourself, nearly zero energy House for our Eco Green Village) organise their final conferences in the coming weeks.