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regional innovation

Continuous product and process innovations are prerequisites for sustainable competitiveness of both nations and regions. How such innovations are created and how successful innovation processes can be initiated are therefore extremely important questions. In recent years, it has been recognized that innovations are localized. They are now believed to be the result of ongoing and prolonged collaboration and interaction between firms and a variety of actors around them within what has been termed regional innovation systems. The actors in the regional innovation systems include customers, producers, subcontractors, consultants, governmental institutions, research institutes, universities, etc.

In this section we provide critical information on specific regions who participate in MET 3 project, through individual partners, by presenting main findings extracted from our project’s activities. More specific, in this section you may find information regarding the financial status, demographics, entrepreneurship development, innovation performance, R&D Sector and an indicative list of actors for each region.
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