EUROPEAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUND
Members of Myeuronet Network participate, as leader or partner, in several international projects financed by the European Union, the Italian Ministry for Economic Development or other international organisations. By participating in these initiatives, we ensure our customers a variety of high added value services related to vocational training, internationalisation of enterprises and entrepreneurship of young people.
Our most important mission is to monitor and analyse EU policies and funding programmes, to draft EU project and tenders, to define international partnerships, to implement and report projects to the EU. Currently, we are managing projects in the field of entrepreneurship, education, tourism, cooperation, development, food.
Partners: Italy, Slovenia, Germany, France, Switzerland, Austria
E-mail Contact: Martina Agosti: firstname.lastname@example.org
Funding Program: INTERREG Alpine Space
Demographic change and rising of aging index in AS areas could endanger the capability of territories to keep their attractiveness because of the risk that companies are not right transferred and maintained alive. Business transfer is thus seen not only as a critical phase but as a way to strengthen the innovation potential of established SMEs and as an opportunity for business renewal. This is why C-TEMAlp goals are twofold: improving SMEs innovation, diversification and attractiveness through dedicated support services and testing innovative pilots of transnational business transfer. C-TEMAlp is based on capitalized experiences and strong innovation centres, that will ensure the sustainability afterward.
Partners: Germany, Italy, Austria, France, Slovenia, Switzerland
Funding Program: Interreg Alpine Space
E-mail Contact: email@example.com (Martina Agosti)
Demographic change and rising of ageing index in Alpine Space areas could endanger the capability of territories to keep their attractiveness because of the risk that companies are not right transferred and maintained alive. Each year approximately 450 000 firms are being transferred across Europe affecting two million employees. Around 150 000 companies are not being transferred due to system inefficiencies, causing a risk of losing 600 000 jobs in Europe. C-TEMAlp aims to support this critical company phase, offering entrepreneurs specific services and a network of support organizations with the double aim of strengthen the innovation potential of established SMEs and foster the matching among buyers and sellers at transational level. C-TEMAlp would like to show, through entrepreneurs’ experiences and concretely pilot cases that business transfer is not only a critical issue but moreover it is an opportunity for the business renewal of the Alpine Macro Region.