Press release

 

The project “Egov_INNO – E-government services and tools from regional governments and regional development bodies to support and coordinate the regional research and innovation capital” is a cross border cooperation funded by Interreg V-A Greece-Italy 2014 – 2020 Programme.

The project’s main objective is to deliver e-government services for the private sector by contributing to the improvement of the utilization of customized e-government services for business (e.g. for innovative start-ups) proposing effective and feasible applications leading to better governance and more efficient delivery of services tailored to the needs of the local economies.

In its first months of implementation, as defined in the project plan, several practices have been collected by the consortium in selected application areas. In the next implementation stage, all partners are working towards the definition of best practices and the collection of SMEs needs on their territories.

On 6th and 7th February 2019 the second project meeting has been organized in Apulia Region premises in Bari. In this meeting all collected practices (86 in total) have been presented in brief and the consortium discussed the needed next steps for their evaluation and their connection with SMEs needs in the two regions. This analysis will allow for the definition of an effective action plan for implementation of important services and tools in the collaboration area.

In the forthcoming month awareness raising events will take place in both regions for gathering the local needs and deliberating with major stakeholders.
More information: http://interregegovinno.eu/

 

egov_INNO kick off meeting

The kick-off meeting of the project “egov_INNO – E-government services and tools from regional governments and regional development bodies to support and coordinate the regional research and innovation capital”, funded by  INTERREG V-A Greece-Italy Programme 2014 – 2020, was held in Patras on 10-11 July 2018, at the Regional Council Hall.

All partners, Regional Development Fund of Region of Western Greece (Lead beneficiary), Computer Technology Institute and Press “Diophantus”, Innova Puglia S.P.A. and Apulia Region initiated the project tasks.

The project aims to deliver effective and feasible G2B e-government applications tailored to the needs of the participating regions leading to better governance and faster delivery of services to the local private sector and is expected to enhance significantly the market intelligence on both territories by promoting tools and platforms for joint cross-border initiatives & increase the capacity of businesses and innovation stakeholders to utilize the available innovation support services and clusters/networks.

More information:

Greece: Email: ptapde@ptapde.gr  W: www.ptapde.gr

Italy: Puglia Region – Joint Secretariat Communication Officer

Carmela Sfregola +39 3493916007 c.sfregola@regione.puglia.it; press@greece-italy.eu