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BEAT

Blue Enhancement Action for Technology Transfer

START DATE

01.01.2018

END DATE

30.06.2019

TOTAL BUDGET

€ 1.000.000

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE

1.1 - Enhance the framework conditions for innovation in the relevant sectors of the blue economy within the cooperation area

LEAD PARTNER

Unioncamere | Regional Union of the Chambers of Commerce of Veneto Region

TARGET GROUPS

  • Clusters
  • Enterprises
  • Research centres
  • Business supporting organizations
  • Policy makers
  • Local, regional and national Public Authorities

The project is capitalizing the research on blue (green) technologies developed by the BlueTech project and aims at creating the opportunities for knowledge transfer among Enterprises and Universities for the formal establishment of the cross-border cluster. The project will foster the development of innovation solutions and cooperation among the innovation actors in the Area by the means of developing cross-border cluster in blue
technologies in shipbuilding sector.

BEAT - KEY PROJECT NUMBERS

KEY PROJECT NUMBERS

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PARTNERSHIP

LEAD PARTNER

Unioncamere | Regional Union of the Chambers of Commerce of Veneto Region

VIA DELLE INDUSTRIE 19 D EDIFICIO LYBRA

Marghera - Venezia - Italy - roberta.lazzari@eurosportelloveneto.it

www.ven.camcom.it

Unioncamere del Veneto represents Veneto's 5 Chambers of Commerce and hosts Eurosportello del Veneto, an information and assistance office that provides services and help to its business community in the EU market. It is a partner of EEN, the world largest business support network. Main tasks of UCV include design and implementation of activities in favour of economic development, SMEs internationalization, consumer protection etc. Eurosportello coordinates Friend Europe, one of 5 Italian EEN.

    Contact person: Roberta Lazzari

PROJECT PARTNER

North Adriatic Sea Port Authority – Ports of Venice and Chioggia

www.port.venice.it/en/north-adriatic-sea-port-authority.html

The North Adriatic Sea Port Authority, ports of Venice and Chioggia (NASPA) is a public body in charge for planning, promoting and monitoring port operations, overseeing the supply of services of general interest, managing the State Maritime Property and planning the development of the port. NASPA activities span from developing the Port Community System, carrying out market analysis backing investments that increase its competitiveness, safety, security and environmental sustainability.

Contact person:  James Orlandi

E-mail: james.orlandi@port.venice.it

    

PROJECT PARTNER

Special Agency Concentro of the Chamber of Commerce Industry, Agricolture and Craft of Pordenone

www.pn.camcom.it

ConCentro is a no-profit organization pursuing public interests that acts on the Chamber of Commerce behalf. It provides internationalization services to local enterprises.In previous projects IPA 2007-2013 ConCentro mapped industrial clusters of enterprises and research/technology centres in the Adriatic basin operating in the field of nautical and shipbuilding sectors. The results were used to develop a feasibility study for a macro regional Adriatic-Ionian Cluster in the shipbuilding sector.

Contact person: Marica Veronese

E-mail: internazionalizzazione@pn.camcom.it

    

PROJECT PARTNER

University of Trieste - Department of Economics, Management “Bruno De Finetti”

www.units.it

Department of Economics, Management “Bruno De Finetti”

​​​​​​​Founded in 1924, the University of Trieste is a medium-sized university and currently features 10 Departments. The quality of teaching is complemented by the quality of research that sees the University in leading positions in national and international rankings. The University of Trieste aims to be an active player on the European stage through an excellent educational system, as to contribute to make the society more educated, innovative, cohesive and sustainable.

    Contact person: Guido Bortoluzzi

E-mail: guido.bortoluzzi@deams.units.it

PROJECT PARTNER

Maritime Technology Cluster Fvg - S.C.A.R.L.

www.marefvg.it

mareFVG is a no profit public-private consortium of maritime stakeholders established in Friuli Venezia Giulia in 2009. The cluster includes various stakeholders from maritime sector: big enterprises, SMEs, universities, research centres, scientific parks and incubators, training organisation and port authority. In the region, ship and boat building are the pillars of the economy of the sea and mareFVG is the cluster entitled to be the representative for the area of maritime technologies.

Contact person: Martina Rossi

E-mail: martina.rossi@marefvg.it

    

PROJECT PARTNER

Istrian Development Agency - IDA ltd

www.ida.hr 

IDA’s primary role lies in stimulating the development of small and medium-sized entrepreneurship in the Region of Istria by securing financial support, providing education and training programmes, developing entrepreneurial infrastructure, investing in research and development, providing information and advisory support to entrepreneurs, offering services to prospective foreign and local investors.

    

PROJECT PARTNER

University of Rijeka - Technology Transfer Office

www.uniri.hr

Technology Transfer Office

Founded in 1973, the University of Rijeka is a modern European university whose impact extends beyond the region. With a total of 11 faculties and 4 departments it is a research, science, and education-oriented university that supports social and economic development in the community, the City of Rijeka, and the wider region. University of Rijeka supports scientific and artistic careers alike, enabling each individual to express their talents and entrepreneurial potential.

Contact Person: Petra Karanikic

E-mail: pkaranikic@biotech.uniri.hr

    

NEWS & EVENTS

Asset Publisher

Asset Publisher

LIBRARY

Here the description of the documents

Analysis of the innovation capabilities of blue SMEs and enhancement of their innovation skills

PUBLISHED ON 28/06/2019
PDF (0.88 Mb)

Global Value Chain and Technology/Collaboration assessment

PUBLISHED ON 28/06/2019
PDF (7.59 Mb)

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