The Trinno Project held it’s Final Event Virtually
The TRINNO Project brought together partners from Ireland, Italy, Hungary, Slovenia and Spain to achieve an overall objective of promoting competitiveness in EU regions through improving policy instruments for business support systems that focus on applying digital innovation in the local economies.
The overall budget was €1.2m and the project runs for five years up to 2021.
In Ireland a local stakeholder group comprised of Local Enterprise Offices, Local Authorities, Irish Food CoOperative and the Upper Shannon Erne Future Economy initiative, was established in our region and helped develop a framework that addressed different company needs, identified who should be engaged, common challenges and the necessary elements to help companies succeed.
Work in the region was completed and supported by interregional activities and workshops resulting in a draft action plan. Draft acton plans were also produced in each of the other partner regions and all plans underwent peer review and expert analysis before final versions were agreed.
The final event was held virtually and highlights from the event included:
• Inspiration on how public policy can help traditional SMEs to innovate
• Ideas on how to make the most of interregional cooperation
• Interaction and networking with partners, stakeholders and the Interreg Europe programme
• Something fun and active….
Check out the highlights video from the event below or learn more about the Trinno Project Here