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This is an overview of the Good Practices for the sub-theme Smart Incentives: innovative types of finance that enable cross-innovation.

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aws developed on behalf of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Economy, Family and Youth at national level a creative voucher system. This was designed to bridge the cooperation between the…

During 2008-2010, Cleveron, then named SmartPOST, created an automated parcel terminal network that covered the entire territory of Estonia and started to provide logistic services by using the network. Parcel…

42net Smart incentives undoubtedly contribute to the increase of interest in the brand by activating a new website. The wide range of offered trainings encourages the potential addressees to actively…

“Technological Promoters for Innovation” is an innovative financial instrument to support SMEs, because the incentive is for NEW highly skilled personnel HIRING and not for equipments or other costs related…

Taking into account the situation of depression in business activity in certain areas of the city of Lisbon, this Micro-entrepreneurship project aims to create spaces for service / information in…

EU1 TV is a Film and TV online platform with a difference: driven by the Talent community where Makers (directors, producers, actors, scriptwriters) exhibit or broadcast their work directly via…

Polpharma is a cooperation of a pharmaceutical company with designers. In 2011 the company was regarded as the most innovative Polish company by the Institute of Economic Studies of the Polish…