ERA FABRIC

What is ERA FABRIC

The ERA FABRIC project is to implement a new ERA Hubs concept across different geographies and structures in Europe, based on common compliance criteria. The process acts as an incentive for advanced ecosystems to seek recognition, and for less advanced ecosystems to reach the criteria facilitating support from European, national and regional level.

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ERA FABRIC at glance

Leader: ART-ER-SOCIETA CONSORTILE PER AZIONI

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Latest news and events

The 2nd meeting on communication and dissemination activities in the ERA FABRIC project took place on 25th September 2023.

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On September 6-8th, 2023, the annual AISRE conference was held. The event discussed the theoretical concept of innovation and knowledge ecosystems and the EU’s ERA HUBs policy.

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On Tuesday 22nd of August 2023, Trondheim Tech Port invited innovation actors from across Trøndelag and Norway to participate in the first cross-sectoral focus group, which was held digitally.

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On 27th July 2023, the first focus group meeting for the 15 stakeholders of the Mazovian Innovation Ecosystem was held at Warsaw University of Technology.

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#brnoregion has been awarded the prestigious European Entrepreneurial Region 2024 award, making it the first recipient of this title from the Czech Republic.

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A workshop on the methodology and evaluation of the Era Fabric project was held on July 29, 2023. The meeting was organised by MUNI – Masaryk University.

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    ERA FABRIC

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    Project 101094821 ERA FABRIC - HORIZON -WIDERA-2022_ERA-01

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