Making Progress and Economic Enhancement a Reality for SMEs

akronüüm: MAPEER SME
algus: 2009-11-01
lõpp: 2011-12-31
 
programm: FP7 - Euroopa Liidu 7. raamprogramm
alaprogramm: SME - Väikese ja keskmise suurusega ettevõtetele suuantud teadustegevused (VKEd)
instrument: CSA-SA - Koordineerivad ja toetavad tegevused - toetavad tegevused
projektikonkurss: FP7-SME-2009-1
projekti number: 245419
kestus kuudes: 26
partnerite arv: 15
 
lühikokkuvõte: The MaPEeR SME proposed CSA covering EU-27 Member States and Bosnia & Herzegovina, with a clear cross-sectoral approach, aims to acquire comprehensive insight into the design, implementation and impact of existing SME research and innovation support programmes and initiatives and convey it in the most appropriate way to SME stakeholders and policy-makers. The methodology adopted by MaPEeR SME brings SME needs and requirements in the centre of the development and evolution processes of programmes and initiatives, in a “user-centric” framework. End-users will be integral part of the process. MaPEeR SME is to identify, map and analyse all those programmes and initiatives that assist the collaboration between science and SMEs. Including purely technology-oriented and R&D programmes, but also life-long learning or applications of industrial science results. MaPEeR SME will also identify and evaluate the economic, social and environmental impact of identified support measures on SMEs to pro-actively feed in the web platform and to improve and develop recommendations for new support measures better addressing SMEs through the “European SME Council”. On this basis the MaPEeR SME work plan foresees the definition and refining of a (regionally-differentiated, and cross-sectoral) Strategy for the future design of new RTD and innovation policies, measures, and support services to assist research actions in favour of SMEs and fully exploit synergies between research, innovation and education activities. The approach guiding the MaPEeR SME project is to come up with a comprehensive set of practical recommendations, comparative analysis and consistently effective strategies and policies to improve performance of SMEs advance research and innovation initiatives and programmes by learning not only from best practices but also mainly from the processes by which they are achieved.
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1 koordinaator ROSE VISION SL. ES Julian Sesena
2 partner Steinbeis Innovation gGmbH DE Petra Püchner http://www.stw.de
3 partner INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AND QUALITY SERVICES NORTH GREECE LTD EL Kostas Bougiouklis http://www.qplanng.gr
4 partner UNIVERSITY OF ULSTER UK Marie Patton http://www.ulster.ac.uk
5 partner INFORMATIKAI TAVKOZLESI ES ELEKTRONIKAI VALLALKOZASOK SZOVETSEGE HU Klara Heilingbrunner http://www.ivsz.hu
6 partner GOTTFRIED WILHELM LEIBNIZ UNIVERSITAET HANNOVER DE Martina Venschott http://www.uni-hannover.de
7 partner TECHNICAL SUPPORT FOR EUROPEAN ORGANISATIONS SPRL BE Annalisa Rocco http://www.teseo.be
8 partner AGENZIA PER LA PROMOZIONE DELLA RICERCA EUROPEA IT Claudia Zurlo http://www.apre.it
9 partner CTM FR Marc Ribes http://www.ctmegov.com
10 partner CATT INNOVATION MANAGEMENT GMBH AT Regina Baetje http://www.catt.at
11 partner TURUN YLIOPISTO FI Jarna Heinonen
12 partner FUNDACJA UNIWERSYTETU IM ADAMA MICKIEWICZA W POZNANIU PL Ewa Kocinska http://www.ppnt.poznan.pl
13 partner Invent Baltics OÜ EE Silver Toomla http://www.invent.ee
14 partner NATIONAL AGENCY FOR DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES SK Andrej Klimant http://www.nadsme.sk
15 partner AGENCIJA ZA EKONOMSKI RAZVOJ OPSTINE PRIJEDOR BA Zoran Dimitrijevic http://www.preda.rs.ba