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tikaskuva korkeampiBaltic Sea Region (BSR) InnoReg project aims to improve the strategic know-how of business development organisations operating outside metropolitan areas. The project helps business development organisations to develop their business and innovation support services for small and medium-sized enterprises.


The partner regions also develop and test concrete innovation support practices. These practices aim at promoting user-driven innovation, start-up support and involving students in innovation processes.


Furthermore, BSR InnoReg brings together local and regional decision-makers to discuss global economic challenges and agree on an Innovation Policy Memorandum. The Memorandum will guide innovation support activities especially in regions outside the metropolitan areas.


BSR InnoReg involves 18 partners from 6 Baltic Sea region countries. The partners represent local, regional and national authorities as well as science parks and technology centres.

The project is financed by the EU Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007-2013 that supports transnational cooperation in the Baltic Sea region.




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BSR InnoReg News

12.03.2012 "Innovation in SMEs" approved for funding

BSR InnoReg is part of a project cluster focusing on innovation.

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08.11.2011 Baltic Sea Region Innovation Award - BSR InnoReg came in second

BSR InnoReg was nominated in the contest for the Baltic Sea Region Innovation Award.

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04.11.2011 BSR InnoReg finalised - check out the newsletter!

BSR InnoReg has published its final newsletter to give an overview of the project achievements.

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18.10.2011 Handbook on Innovation Tools & Practices in different languages

The BSR InnoReg Handbook on various innovation support instruments in now available in other languages than English, too.

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21.06.2011 Baltic Innovation Policy Memorandum Launched in a BIF Seminar in Brussels

Showcasing Regional Contribution to Europe 2020

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