Green Screen is a partnership-funded project funded by the Interreg Europe Program, which includes eight EU regions to improve specific policies and achieve measurable success in reducing the carbon footprint caused by the film and television industries.
The FEMINA project partners believe that increased participation of women among high-tech SMEs can make them more competitive. This belief, based on academic studies and practical experience, must become a part of general politics.
The iBuy project (Fostering the role of public authorities as demanders of innovation through public procurement), funded by the INTERREG EUROPE program, aims to study a common challenge in partner territories, namely the need to effectively promote and implement public procurement programs that stimulate Innovation (IPP), co-financed by the European Structural Funds and Investments.
The e-MOPOLI project aims to contribute to an efficient distribution of electric mobility or alternative fuel based on the improvement of a set of nine regional policy tools.