Intervention Strategy



The intervention strategy defines the main lines that the network follows for exercising its role of promoter and supporter of the SE development. Specifically it outlines the network's: -   MED and EU diffusion, -   communication, -   positioning.

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    • Governance, partnership
    • Clustering and economic cooperation
    • Evaluation systems and results
    • Improving transport connections
    • Innovation capacity and awareness-raising
    • Institutional cooperation and cooperation networks
    • Regional planning and development
    • Rural and peripheral development
    • SME and entrepreneurship
    • Tourism
    • Transport and mobility
    • Urban development

    Target Audience

    • Local public authority
    • Regional public authority
    • National public authority
    • Infrastructure and (public) service provider
    • Interest groups including NGOs
    • Higher education and research
    • Education/training centre and school
    • Enterprise, except SME
    • SME
    • Business support organisation
    • International Organisation, EEIG
    • General public
    • Other

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